Globsyn has partnered with World leaders in Software development to offer customized Business management Systems. These includes:
- School / Learning Institution Management systems
- Hospital Management Systems
- Point of Sale Systems
- ERPs and CRM
Globsyn helps clients in registration of retail and universal product barcodes. Clients who want to acquire new barcodes can Purchase them from us and we shall assist them to register barcode numbers on the International Barcodes Database.
We also offer training and consultancy in barcoding to enable one to understand the following:
- Allocating barcodes – Understand how to allocate barcodes to your products
- Understand barcode symbols – Learn about the different kinds of barcode symbols
- Barcoding Logistical Units – Find out how to barcode logistical units, such as pallets.
- Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC) – Learn about SSCCs, including how to generate them.
- Barcode Quality – Find out common tips and pitfalls to make sure your barcodes will scan first time. This also includes an introduction to having a barcode checked to see if it will scan through a process called verification.
- Supply Chain Efficiencies – Understand how the barcoding System can lower costs and increase efficiency in your business.
- Barcode Management Software – Learn how to design allocate and manage your barcode numbers.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is the wireless non-contact use of radio frequency waves to transfer data. Tagging items with RFID tags allows users to automatically and uniquely identify and track inventory and assets. RFID takes auto-ID technology to the next level by allowing tags to be read without line of sight and, depending on the type of RFID, having a read range between a few centimeters to over 20+ meters.
Within the Electromagnetic Spectrum, there are three primary frequency ranges used for RFID transmissions – Low Frequency, High Frequency, and Ultra-High Frequency.
There are two types of RFID that reside within the Ultra High Frequency range: Active RFID and Passive RFID.
*Every region requires its own regional operating frequency
Examples of applications that benefit from RFID are endless. Applications extend from broad areas like inventory tracking to supply chain management and can become more specialized depending on the company or industry. Types of RFID applications can span from IT asset tracking to textile tracking and even into specifics like rental item tracking.
What sets a potential RFID application apart from applications that can use other types of systems is the need to uniquely identify individual items quickly and more efficiently where traditional systems fall short. Below are a few applications that are successfully using RFID technology.
- Race Timing
- Supply Chain Management
- Pharmaceutical Tracking
- Inventory Tracking
- IT Asset Tracking
- Laundry & Textile Tracking
- File Tracking
- Returnable Transit Item (RTI) Tracking
- Event & Attendee Tracking
- Access Control
- Vehicle Tracking
- Hospital Infant Tracking
- Animal Tracking
- Tool Tracking
- Jewelry Tracking
- Retail Inventory Tracking
- Pipe and Spool Tracking
- Logistics Tracking (Materials Management)
- DVD Kiosks
- Library Materials Tracking
- Marketing Campaigns
- Real-Time Location Systems
An RFID System
While each system will vary in terms of device types and complexity, every RFID system contains at least the following four components:
The simplest system can be comprised of a mobile handheld RFID reader (with an integrated antenna) and RFID tags, while more complex systems are designed using multi-port readers, GPIO boxes, additional functionality devices (e.g. stack lights), multiple antennas and cables, RFID tags, and a complete software setup.
Contact us could you like to learn more or have an RFID system installed in your institution