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  • Sam 11:54 on July 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    RFID Warehouse Management- receiving and dispatch (RFID Forklift and Portal) 

    RFID Warehouse Management- receiving and dispatch

    In this episode I’m gonna share you guys how RFID makes our work more efficient and have gradually changing our life.

    1. RFID Forklift(recommended)
    • When the forklift catching the vessel, the driver will trigger reading the vessel tag through board computer and transfer the date read to the system.
    • The system checks the date read, and confirms the vessel is right and confirm receiving and dispatching this vessel, and guides forklift vessel to the destination (goods area/good district/door/vehicle).

    warehouse RFID management

    1. Portal (goods moving by labor )
    • The sensor of the gate triggers portal reader to read vessel tag when vessel going through the gate, and transfer the date read to system.
    • The system checks the date read, and confirms the vessel is right. The green light of the control portal is on, confirming receiving and dispatching the vessel.

    Hope this will inspire you to find more innovative stuff and you are welcome to leave a comment. You can find me in my email if you have any questions.

  • Allison.Wang 11:19 on July 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    How a loyalty card makes differences 


    Loyalty cards is quite popular in business process. So how will a loyalty card will function in the commercial activity and finally make a positive effect between the merchant and customers?


    We know, a Loyalty Card Program is designed to help every client build their business relationship by extending the customer experience.


    A Loyalty Card Program provides many achievable results including a unique way to boost your brand equity and gain respect, gratitude and appreciation from your customers. You can even reward them for their loyalty and anticipate more measurable sales as a direct result.


    You will be able to generate increased respect and appreciation for your brand and gain tremendous research data by professionally managing your customer relationships. Everybody who chooses to do business with you would like to be considered “special”; making people feel “preferred” will generate increased sales much more than simply offering deep discounts. And the more personalized you can make your business be to the individual, the more appreciative they will be – if not delighted – and more loyal.


    With a Loyalty Card Program, the promotional opportunities are endless when you can exceed a customers’ expectations and tailor your promotional offering!


    Any interests or requirements for the loyalty card, it is welcome to leave a message or email me for further info!



  • Cherry.wong 18:01 on July 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    How to write data into the card? —RFID card and magnetic stripe card 

    Encoding data into the magnetic stripe and writing data into RFID chip are very popular in the VIP program, loyalty program, ID card program and any other application.

    You can write information like number, name, title and even URL.

    The point is how to write data into the magnetic stripe card and RFID card.

    Magnetic stripe card:写磁

    As we all know that normal magnetic stripe card has 3 tracks, track one, track 2 and track 3.

    For most hotel key card with magnetic stripe, we will write in track 2 if client has no request.

    For bank card, they may usually write into track 1, track 2 and track 3, with very high confidentiality.

    We have narrow magnetic stripe also, 2 tracks, track 1 and track 2.

    Data encoding will be supported by some encoding machine, we put the data into the computer, the machine will be encoding data which you type into the company into the magnetic stripe.


    RFID card:

    Different RFID card has different chip, and different chip gets different memory.reader for access control

    Some chip has no user memory which is read only.

    That is the key point that you need to know when you order RFID card.

    For RFID card, you can write HEX or Decimalism data inside the chip, for write data of RFID card, no need the big machine, normal desktop reader is available for writing data inside.

    Some big memory size chip, you can even save picture inside.

    If you are interested in good business card, please contact

  • Jear 14:52 on July 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Frequently asked questions about NFC 

    About the NFC technology, people still have a little confuse on it. So I list the frequently asked questions, let see.

    What does NFC stand for?

    NFC stands for “near field communication”. It is a standard for exchanging data between different devices over short distances. Its most well known application is the mobile payment, where payments are made by cell phone.

    How does the NFC technology work?

    The technology is based on RFID. A passive receiver (NFC tag) contains the information to be read. If the user holds the sending device (smartphone) up to this radio tag, a connection is established and the information is sent automatically.

    What distinguishes NFC from other wireless technologies like Bluetooth and WLAN?

    NFC has a significantly lower operating range of just a few centimeters. Another distinguishing feature is the establishment of the connection: While for Bluetooth and WLAN the connection of two devices must be established manually by the user, for NFC the communication takes place automatically due to the physical proximity of the sender and receiver.

    What are the benefits of NFC?

    Thanks to the short transmission paths, NFC allows for the direct and unique assignment of the sender and recipient. There is no risk of incorrect parameterization of a neighboring device. Furthermore, NFC does not need its own power supply. The energy required is created by the smartphone through induction.

    How close do I have to be to the component to establish a connection?

    The devices connect at a distance of 0-2 cm. Please hold the NFC tag on your smartphone as close as possible to reading.

    Do I have to install an app on the smartphone?

    An app is not required as long as you just wish to read data from your Nexqo product. A website with all the relevant information opens as soon as you connect your smartphone to the Nexqo product.
    An app needs to be installed if you wish to configure your product using your smartphone. This function is coming soon.


    What data is transferred?

    Nexqo transfers a range of information for the purpose of identifying (e.g. a serial number) and parameterizing (basic and process settings such as the display unit and switching points) its devices and for diagnos-tics (e.g. error messages).

    Which devices/smartphones currently support NFC?

    The following smartphones support NFC:
    BlackBerry, Google Nexus, HTC, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Panasonic, Samsung Galaxy, Sony Xperia.

    The iPhone 6 has a NFC chip, but this cannot be used by third parties.

    As a result, we are only offering our app for android phones for the time being.

    Does NFC have to be enabled in the smartphone?

    NFC is enabled differently for each manufacturer. It can typically be found in your device settings, near the WLAN settings.

    Who controls the data: Input via the controller or via NFC?

    Input via the controller.

    The parameter values generally have equal rights. The system operator can use the controller via OI link to set whether to accept the values transmitted via NFC.

    How can I find the NFC tag on my smartphone?

    A symbol may also be attached to the smartphone, depending on the specific manufacturer. Please read the instructions provided with your smartphone.

    Can NFC be used for writing or just for reading?

    Data can currently be read out from the our product via NFC. Configuration will be possible shortly.

    Is internet required to use NFC?

    You need an internet connection to display the website. An app, which will also allow the contents to be displayed offline, is coming soon.


    Seeing the answers above, do you wanna know more info about the NFC products? Please visit our website

    Or you could contact me directly, my email


  • Joanna Yu 11:25 on July 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    NFC Resources 


    Near Field Communication (NFC) technology is a standards-based wireless communication technology that allows data to be exchanged between devices that are a few centimeters apart. NFC operates at 13.56 MHz and transfers data at up to 424 Kbits/second.


    NFC is distinguished by its intuitive interface and its ability to enable largely proprietary wireless networking platforms to interoperate in a seamless manner. The primary uses are to:

    Connect electronic devices, such as wireless components in a home office system or a headset with a mobile phone;

    Access digital content, using a wireless device such as a cell phone to read a “smart” poster embedded with an RF tag;

    Make contactless transactions, including those for payment, access and ticketing.


    NFC-enabled mobile applications include:

    Making payments with a wave or a touch anywhere contactless card readers have been deployed;

    Reading information and “picking up” special offers, coupons and discounts from smart posters or smart billboards;

    Storing tickets to access transportation gates, parking garages or get into events;

    Storing personal information that will allow secure building access.

  • Tina 16:01 on July 1, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Hotel Key Card with RFID system or magnetic stripe system 

    Hotel locking normally uses RFID system or magnetic stripe system. For RFID locking system, high frequency (13.56MHz) under protocol ISO 14443A is the most popular choice for majority of hotels.

    Nexqo’ cards work with major locking systems, such as SafLok, Kaba, Onity, Salto, ILCO as well as MIWA etc.

    Frequently used RFID chips for hotel locking system:

    1_ NXP Mifare 1k (Memory size: 1024 bytes; User memory: 716 bytes)

    2_ NXP Ultralight (Memory size: 64 bytes; User memory: 48 bytes)

    3_ Fudan FM11RF08 (Memory size: 1024 bytes; User memory: 716 bytes)

    Frequently used magnetic stripes for hotel locking system

    1_ Low-coercivity (loco) at 300 Oe or 600 Oe

    2_ High-coercivity (hico) at 2750 Oe

    If you are intrested in our hotel key card, pls feel free to contact us:

  • Jear 15:22 on July 1, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    One way to use NFC technology 

    In the realm of new technologies, near field communication (NFC) is not a new or sexy concept, but it does have clear potential and practical uses. Here is a way of NFC using.

    An NFC tag often contains information like a phone number or URL. One of the largest series of experiments that uses phones to pick up information from tagged locations is SmartTouch, a project funded under the European ITEA research program between 2006 and 2008. Most of the trials took place in Oulu, Finland, where the city installed about 1,500 “infotags” — in buses, at bus stops, the theater, a restaurant, and a pub — that could be read with a mobile phone. For instance, theater patrons could not only use their mobile phones as tickets, or to order refreshments, but they could also scan tagged posters for more information about plays.

    For another project, infotags were installed in schools. Students could get their individual daily schedule, announcements, and information about homework by waving their phones past the tags. A trial held in one pub allowed customers to tap cards with their NFC-enabled phones for more information about products.

    NFC may have similar applications as bar codes do now. You can put one on a poster and let pedestrians scan it on their phones for more information. But being able to add more information to any object by integrating a tag has led to some interesting applications that go far beyond billboards. A company called Objecs, for instance, sells an NFC tablet for gravestones. Touching an NFC-enabled phone to the Personal Rosetta Stone provides additional information about the deceased.

    There are many ways of NFC technology using, visiting our website, you will find out so many NFC products can be used in you life to help you living more colorful.


  • Jessie.lin 16:40 on June 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    RFID Technology for Libraries 

    In the past ,we often used barcode or magnetic stripe technology to mangage the libraries. Nowadays ,the development of RFID technology has promoted its application in the library.

    The adoption of RFID technology by libraries that make it possible to inventory hundreds of thousands collections in days instead of months. In addition, it would allow patrons to check out and return library property automatically at any time of the day. Besides speeding up checkouts, keeping collections in better order, RFID also provide a better control on theft, non-returns, and misfiling of a library’s assets.

    Comparing with the barcode technology, The use of RFID reduces the amount of time, since the collections can be read from RFID tags much faster than from barcodes and that several items in a stack can be read at the same time. And RFID tags last longer than barcodes because nothing comes into contact with them. Most RFID vendors claim a minimum of 100,000 transactions before a tag may need to be replaced.

  • Sean Ding 15:46 on June 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Blood station intelligent management   

    The application of RFID technology in the blood management 

    Nowadays most of blood station identify blood donors according to ID card, and describing the composition of blood and related information by bar code. In information management system, many blood stations take the way of internet and date sharing to manage the blood information, but there is still some technology deficiencies, such as: rely too much on the database, the storage of bar code is too small, and so on.


    Through RFID technology, every blood bag has an attached label, no matter stored in warehouse, transferred by other blood station or used by hospital, there is a unique identification code for it.


    Also managed blood bags through RFID technology, contactless identification can be achieved, it reduces the pollution of blood. At the same time, more comprehensive information can be recorded due to the larger storage of RFID label. The data collection efficiency will get a significantly improving.

  • Sean Ding 15:05 on June 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Hospital intelligent management   

    The application of RFID technology in the medical and health industry 


    At present, the demand of auto identification technology main concentrate on following respects: The identification of patient, doctor, samples, medicine, equipment and case.


    They play an important role in hospital management system. There are many different identification ways, such as bar code reader, RFID, and fingerprint, etc. People identification is the most priority in hospital system, it’s important basic step of all. Other thing is samples identification and increase the speed of data entry.

    Medical information is aim to do a right treatment for patient at right time, right location, and record information strictly. Fault medical behavior can cause terrible result in the world. Statistically, there is 48000~960000 people die of accident medical annually in American, the death figure caused by medical mistakes is fifth season in USA. However the figure is even bigger in China.

    For avoiding this kind of mistake happening again and again, RFID Technology will play a better role in the future.

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