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RFID provides a higher level of visibility of product movement, whether it be raw materials through a production process or the movement of inventory through the supply chain or your enterprise.  Inovity offers a variety of solutions that no only allows for RFID to be integrated into your processes, we provide the software, tools and expertise necessary to get that information into your business intelligence systems.

RFID Software

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RFID Systems & Solutions

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a way of identifying assets, inventory or materials in your facility without actually seeing them.  RFID systems are the ideal data capture technology when you need to track a large number of unique product SKUs,  have high-value items to track, routinely move a high volume of items in a limited time period, have reusable assets that have a determined or circular supply chain, or need a more automated process to track and trace items to meet government regulations and ensure timely asset availability. RFID technology solutions provide clear visibility in your business, in real-time.

Today, with RFID’s scalability and wide industry adoption, RFID solutions are being deployed in numerous business sectors and for a variety of use cases. Anything from chipping pets to tracking store inventory, to the passage of raw material into complex manufacturing systems and providing access to and from controlled areas, an RFID solution from Inovity can help you streamline your business processes and maximize mobile worker productivity.


  • No line of site access is required to read tags

  • Automatic scanning and data logging is possible without human intervention

  • Each tag can have a unique product code and store additional information about the item

  • Every item can be individually labeled

  • Tag data can be comprehensive and synchronized with data processing functions in ERP systems

  • RFID systems increase productivity as less monitoring is needed on goods and operations

  • No human intervention is needed to read the data resulting in less errors and higher reliability of data

  • Improved visibility and traceability with process monitoring, tracking of shipping and assets

  • Can provide a high degree of security and product authentication

Can You Benefit From an RFID System?

RFID is proven in many ways to be much more efficient than a barcode system. With RFID at the forefront of innovation, the benefits of RFID on ROI are well documented by major industry adopters in retail, by hospitals, in pharmaceuticals production and for compliance tracking, and many other types of manufacturing, it is important to consider if this technology is the correct solution for your business and for the problems you are trying to solve.

To help you answer those questions, we are happy to share a comprehensive eBook, “20 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Implementing RFID” by our partner ViziTrace.

RFID Systems for All Areas of Your Business:

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Better Visibility

For manufacturers, success hinges on the speed and accuracy of their manufacturing operations. RFID provides instant and accurate tracking of information at every step inside the manufacturing plant, trimming wasted time and costs out of end-to-end manufacturing processes — from receipt of raw goods to RFID-enabling supply, sequencing, assembly and shipping of final product. The net result is a leaner and more profitable manufacturing operation. >Learn More

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Improve workforce efficiency — reduce labor costs up to 30+%

In the distribution industry, profitability is tightly tied to how fast and accurately inventory moves in, through and out of the warehouse. With RFID, warehouse workers have the visibility they need to process thousands or hundreds of thousands of items every day, as fast and accurately as possible. >Learn More

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RFID readers and tags used in retail stores can help reduce loss.

RFID platforms can boost inventory accuracy to 95%, while out-of-stocks can be reduced by 60% to 80% with item-level RFID tagging

In the age of evolving shopper expectations and technology advancements, the global retail industry is in the midst of a profound shift in retail operations. Implementing an RFID solution can be key to gaining a deeper understanding to balancing consumer behaviors and maintaining a profitable business.  Inovity understands how retailers are leveraging RFID technology to improve point of sale and,  front and backroom operations.  >Learn More

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Improve patient care and safety

Healthcare providers can leverage RFID systems to improve patient care and safety. It can be used to identify a patient’s status, location and treatment data with flawless accuracy. This helps ensure the right medications are matched to each patient and automatically documents the treatment or care that was provided. It can also be used to improve patient safety by continuously monitoring the location and movement of cognitively or physically impaired patients throughout your facility. >Learn More

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Looking for Industry-Specific RFID Solutions?

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By integrating live RFID data into business intelligence systems, like Oracle’s E-Business Suite, you can get automated reporting of real-time, accurate data, providing tremendous advantages in all kinds of industries from express parcel delivery, to healthcare and life sciences, to transportation, entertainment, and retail. Request an RFID consultation today.

What is RFID?

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology uses radio waves to exchange identification and tracking data between an RFID reader and an electronic RFID tag that is attached to an object, such as a pallet containing a shipment of products, a forklift in a warehouse or even an employee badge.

RFID technology has evolved over the years to encompass a number of radio frequencies that provide increased visibility in a variety of industries and environments. The most commonly used frequencies are defined as:

Low Frequency (LF) 125-135 KHz

High Frequency (HF) 13.56 MHz

Ultra High Frequency (UHF) 869-930 MHz

Wi-Fi Locationing (microwave) 3.1–10 GHz

Near Field Communication (NFC) 3.56 MHz

Ultra Wide Band (UWB)  3.1 to 10.6 GHz

All of these frequencies utilize a defined radio bandwidth and provide different operational and performance characteristics based on their frequency range. Each protocol and operating frequency can in turn affect read range, cost and deployment requirements. Each of the RFID technologies are not mutually exclusive and can work in conjunction with one another depending on the requirements of the RFID installation. >Learn More

“As our primary provider for RF equipment, we have found Inovity to be very responsive and knowledgeable.”

Randy Morris, Technology Manager
Doe & Ingalls of NC

Components of an RFID System

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RFID tags consist of an integrated circuit (IC) attached to an antenna—typically a small coil of wires—plus some protective packaging (like a plastic case or card). Tags are also sometimes called “transponders,” and “inlays,” although technically an inlay is a tag mounted on a substrate that is ready to be converted into a smart label. RFID tags come in many forms and sizes. Some can be as small as a grain of rice.

“Smart labels” go beyond simple tag functionality by combining human-readable information and barcode technology with RFID. A smart label consists of an adhesive label that is embedded with an ultra-thin RFID tag “inlay” (which is a tag—IC plus antenna—mounted on a substrate (label material). Smart labels combine the read range and unattended processing capability of RFID with the convenience and flexibility of on-demand label printing. Smart labels also can be pre-printed and pre-coded for use.

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RFID-enabled label printers represent a tagging method that can accommodate both types of Auto-ID systems, RFID, barcode, and human readable information,  in a single unit. The system uses a regular barcode label with an RFID inlay embedded in the back of the label. This is called a smart label and will typically have human-readable information printed on the front of the label in addition to the RFID antenna inlay.

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Handheld and Hands-Free RFID readers allow on-the-spot reading of RFID tags and smart labels, allowing workers to perform quick and accurate inventories or search for specific items on a warehouse shelf or in a store dressing room.

Placing fixed RFID readers automate data capture at key entry and exit points, such as strategic building entrances, shipping dock portals, or the doors to the IT data center, and typically require external antennas be attached at either side of the portal.

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RFID Software

Whether you are tracking assets through the supply chain, materials into production or access, you’ll need a software interface to process your RFID tracked items.

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Do you have questions about implementing an RFID solution for your business? Inovity can help you assess your workflows and identify areas where RFID can improve your operations. Contact us today for a complimentary consultation.

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