RFID

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) applications in manufacturing and the supply chain.

First Public Showing for Red Ledge Rfid Manufacturing Employee Tracking Solution at ‘Intralogistex’

25-Feb-2015
First Public Showing for Red Ledge Rfid Manufacturing Employee Tracking Solution at ‘Intralogistex’
Software application and engineering company Red Ledge (www.redledge.co.uk) has chosen the IntraLogisteX show (25-26 March 2015) for the first public showing of its new RFID* ‘active tag’ personnel tracking system for large and medium manufacturing companies. ‘Red Ledge RFID People Tracker’ uses RFID readers to track any number of active-tagged personnel through key zones, seamlessly and with no human intervention. *radio frequency identification

At IntraLogisteX the company is also demonstrating its ‘Red Ledge RFID Manufacturing & Logistics’ end-to-end production and warehousing system. For all manufacturing and logistics processes, and without human intervention Red Ledge RFID portal or ‘chokepoint’ readers are used to seamlessly track every stage of production and warehousing, capturing and reporting data in real time from RFID-tagged assets, with near-100% accuracy. Documentation is automatically generated by the completion of processes and tasks.

RFID market forecast
The global RFID market is forecast to grow at 22.4% per annum (CAGR) to 2018, according to Infiniti Research. Analyst IDTechEx expects RFID market revenues to reach $18 billion by 2018, rising to around $30.2 billion in 2024.