"RFID utilizes electromagnetic fields to naturally perceive and track tags attached to objects. RFID tags can be classified into two types: passive and battery powered.
Passive RFID systems use labels with no interior power source and rather are controlled by the electromagnetic vitality transmitted from an RFID peruser. Passive RFID tags can be used for applications such as access control, file tracking and smart labels. A battery powered RFID tag is implanted with a small battery that powers the relay of information. An RFID system consists of two parts: a tag and a reader. The RFID component on the tags has two parts: a microchip and an antenna. Microchip stores and processes information and antenna to receive and transmit a signal. Tagit will work together and strive to become a global leading RFID solutions provider that provides the best value to our customers. Passive tags have no battery. Instead, they draw power from the reader, which transmits electromagnetic waves that induce a current in the tag's antenna. Our industry experts in TAGIT can provide in-depth knowledge to help you as you plan to implement an RFID solution in your business.
Our Tagit Counter solutions integrate RFID with footfall counting, enabling them to perform a number of key functions such as Footfall and daily attendance for offices, construction sites and contactless secure door entry for approved faculty."