CASE STUDY – ThingMagic Readers Used to Help Find Lost Uniforms
February 9, 2018 - Industry News
RFID Helps Parents Find Lost School Uniforms
Feb 05, 2018—A group of entrepreneurs in Australia have launched a solution that helps parents of school children track their uniforms, at a cost of just $1.50 extra per item. The company, known as RagTagd, sells its product by the same name. The RagTagd solution consists simply of a passive ultra high frequency (UHF) RFID-enabled lost property-collections box placed in a school’s lost-and-found areas, as well as a tag attached to uniforms. The software on RagTagd’s server tracks the items inside the box on a daily basis, then sends parents a text message.
The plug-in box consists of a reader built by the company, with a Jadak ThingMagic module and a 3G transmitter.
To learn more about our readers, visit https://www.jadaktech.com/products/rfid/embedded-uhf-rfid-readers/
To read the full RFID Journal article, go to: http://www.rfidjournal.com/articles/view?17149/