The word Internet of Things (IoT) was first invented by British industrialist Kevin Ashton while working at Auto-ID Labs. It particularly refers to a global network of objects, which is connected to RFID (radio-frequency identification). For the past few years, IoT has been a part of the cyber-physical industrial revolution. Handheld RFID readers allow the mobile workforce to track the assets in the field. They enable to manage inventory on the shop floor or track important files everywhere.
These RFID handheld scanners have gained the attention of firms that consider utilizing an RFID system to manage all the physical stuff and their tracking. Companies opt for handheld scanners to accomplish tasks as they provide exclusive benefits and some of them are:
The flexibility of a handheld RFID scanner saves money and time of different organizations.
Point and shoot technology of handheld RFID scanner makes these devices easy to use and handle. It is programmed in such a way so that it can provide audible cues for assistance.
- Portable and light-weight:
These handheld scanners can be carried anywhere due to their portable designs and light-weight body.
RFID handheld do not need direct line of site to interpret tags and can read the data range up to 20 feet.
A handheld RFID scanner allows you to cut auditing Time; it mechanizes your complete inventory procedure and so on. RFID simplifies reviewing and cuts down audit conclusion time by approximately 85%. Apart from this, it also reduces costs and makes sure that you have an accurate overview of all your physical stuff, which allows you to access faster data. Designed for medium to long-range, these RFID handheld readers can read accurate data effectively.