The development experience of the past few years has shown that precise control and tracking of each part of the production, procurement and manufacturing process can enhance the competitiveness of enterprises. Nowadays, the use of RFID technology in the global manufacturing industry has been very common, used to simplify the operation process, so that enterprises can achieve a shorter delivery cycle, and thus obtain higher cost efficiency.
RFID smart manufacturing
In the digital age, smart computing devices can be seen everywhere, and the key to improving the efficiency of the manufacturing industry is to use these new technologies. The combined use of RFID and IoT and other new technologies will help reshape the manufacturing industry and bring innovative operating methods to enterprises, thereby generating new sources of income and increasing productivity.
RFID optimizes the manufacturing process
RFID can bring more intelligent and precise manufacturing capabilities to enterprises. Whenever you need to strengthen control or supervise production, you can implement a cost-effective RFID system, so that you can obtain information in time, find problems in the process, and monitor the efficiency of each stage.
Processes such as product warehousing, inventory management, logistics and transportation, and sorting and inventory can all benefit from RFID. Some manufacturers want to go further, pursue higher efficiency, and track the entire life cycle of the product. In the production process, RFID can also track the status of each component, improving the visibility of the product manufacturing process.
In modern manufacturing plants, these functions of RFID have brought enterprise production capacity to a new level.
RFID promotes intelligent manufacturing industry 4.0
In addition to simply tracking components in the supply chain and monitoring inventory, Industry 4.0 also requires changes to traditional operating processes and the implementation of intelligent and automated systems. Every element in the process needs to be considered, including material management, process tracking, and data capture. , System protection and product verification to enhance corporate competitiveness.
By capturing, using and analyzing the information of each part of the production process, and generate complex data, and use them to improve efficiency. With various RFID tags and reading devices, Industry 4.0 can rely on smart devices and readers to track every element of the industrial process.
RFID brings more comprehensive process control capabilities
The main goal of manufacturing upgrade is to improve the efficiency of each step in the production process. Arranging production lines more rationally, obtaining raw materials, and providing precise assembly instructions are challenges that manufacturers face every day.
A simple obstacle (for example: the recent Suez Canal incident) can cause delays and have a huge impact on the company's production. Although RFID can't make the container reach its destination smoothly, tracking its exact location in the supply chain can help companies respond to delays and notify customers in a timely manner.
RFID brings better manufacturing capabilities and services
In the automotive manufacturing sector, automated assembly lines have greatly changed the way of production. RFID can help depots track every component in international logistics until they are installed on the assembly line.
Nowadays, manufacturers are using robotics more than ever to make production in factories around the world safer and more reliable. The unique VIN code written into the RFID tag chip can help car companies perform various after-sales processing, including vehicle recalls and tracking accurate shipment locations (if quality problems occur in certain batches).