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Tag-on-demand: The new face of RFID

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is becoming an increasingly popular way of tracking and managing inventory and the reasons aren’t hard to discern. Find out what's new in RFID in this White Paper from Logopak.
FILED IN:  Machinery  > Labeling  > RFID
While barcodes identify a specific type of product, the data capacity of an RFID tag is big enough to contain a unique code, one that’s specific to an individual product, made at a particular factory during a particular day on a particular shift.

Although the RFID tag can be used to store any information, the global standard for product identification using RFID tags is called the Electronic Product Code (EPC). An EPC can be, for example, an EAN + serial number or an SSCC number.

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