Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) refers to a technology where data encoded in RFID tags is captured by a reader via radio waves. Unlike traditional barcodes, RFID tags can be read outside of line-of-sight. Additionally, RFID readers can scan hundreds of tags in a second to provide real-time asset visibility. As such, RFID labels are a robust, easy to use solution for data management and component history visibility.

Don’t waste time searching for assets and inventory. With RFID tags, you will know the location of items automatically. Whether you are tracking retail merchandise, warehouse goods, or hospital medications, RFID is fit for your application. Automate your tracking processes and prepare to uncover opportunities hidden in plain sight.



RFID tags increase efficiency from the shop floor through the assembly line. Achieve real-time visibility of your assets and materials in a variety of manufacturing environments. RFID tags can store a lot of information which you can use to improve your processes. They can even act as sensors that signal an alarm if an asset approaches unsafe temperature levels.

  • Material Management
  • Item-level inventory visibility
  • Work-in-progress (WIP)
  • Vehicle and yard management
  • Asset utilization / tracking and analysis
  • Shipment validation
  • DSD route accounting / field service
  • Fulfillment / replenishment
  • Tool tracking
  • Theft prevention

In the hospital, RFID tags strengthen patient safety from admission to discharge. Patient ID tags verify patient records quickly and accurately, which can save time and prevent mistakes in emergency situations. On tools and equipment, RFID tags can verify that items were properly sterilized before use. For single-use items, RFID tags embedded in staff IDs can be used to access supplies to help track inventory and reduce waste.

  • Equipment / asset tracking
  • Item-level inventory visibility
  • Supply chain management
  • Patient / people monitoring
  • Staff utilization
  • Document / data file management
  • IT asset tracking
  • Specimen tracking

Manage inventory across your supply chain with RFID tracking. There are two critical factors that make RFID preferred for warehouse tracking over traditional barcodes: remote scanning and the ability to read multiple tags at once. With RFID tags, you can scan items from anywhere in the warehouse, even if they are out of line-of-site. Boost inventory visibility in an instant with remote and simultaneous tag scanning.

  • Warehouse and yard management
  • Pick and putaway
  • EDI transactions
  • RFID aided forklifts
04.RFID Mandate for Retail Suppliers

Meet retail mandates and improve inventory accuracy with RFID tracking tags. Many retailers now require suppliers to tag items with RFID labels. This is so the retailer can track item locations and restock items more efficiently. As more retailers move to RFID tagging for inventory management, this will likely become the new normal for suppliers. Don’t go it alone; learn more about the Retail RFID Mandate and then reach out to Dasco to find a compatible RFID solution.

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