How RFID is Revolutionizing Factory Logistics Vehicle Dispatch!

Anti-2.4~2.8 GHz RFID tags are designed to operate in the frequency range of 2.4~2.8 GHz. These tags are used for wireless identification and data collection purposes. They consist of an antenna and an integrated circuit (IC) that stores and transmits information wirelessly. The anti-2.4~2.8 GHz refers to the frequency range at which these tags operate, and it helps to minimize interference with other wireless devices operating in the same frequency band.

These RFID tags are commonly used in various applications such as inventory management, asset tracking, supply chain management, and access control systems. They offer advantages like long-range reading capabilities, fast data transfer rates, and the ability to read multiple tags simultaneously.

On the other hand, 2.4~2.8 GHz RFID readers are devices used to communicate with the anti-2.4~2.8 GHz RFID tags. They emit radio waves in the specified frequency range to activate and read the information stored in the tags. These readers consist of an antenna, a reader module, and a connected computer or system for processing the collected data.

The 2.4~2.8 GHz frequency range is commonly used for RFID applications due to its wide availability and compatibility with various devices. It provides a good balance between range and data transfer speed. These readers can be fixed or handheld, depending on the specific application requirements.

When the 2.4~2.8 GHz RFID reader emits radio waves, the anti-2.4~2.8 GHz RFID tag within its range responds by sending back its stored information, such as a unique identifier or other relevant data. The reader captures this information and sends it to the connected system for processing and further actions.

Overall, the combination of anti-2.4~2.8 GHz RFID tags and 2.4~2.8 GHz readers enables wireless and efficient identification and data collection in various industries and applications. It simplifies processes, enhances accuracy, and improves productivity by automating tasks that were previously manual or time-consuming.

In the logistics vehicle dispatching system in the factory area, the basic logic of controlling the operation of transport vehicles lies in the starting point and end point of the vehicle operation. Controlling and adjusting the starting point and end point of the vehicle is the ultimate purpose and meaning of vehicle dispatching operations. When the vehicle enters the factory area, the vehicle transportation resources are available by default. When the transportation task becomes idle, the driver is arranged in the rest area and uses a TV or electronic screen to update the transportation task dynamics and driver queue status in real time through the large screen. , the driver can confirm the transportation task received based on the number of the vehicle license plate attached to it.

If there are goods transported by vehicles of a specified model, the allocation authority level can be set to distinguish the priority allocation of unloading slots for each type of supplier. When there is a need to wait and other unloading slots are available, the reservation interface prompts the number of waiting vehicles and the number of free unloading slots to be allocated in priority, so that the reservation driver can manually select the unloading slot. When the vehicle arrives at the designated unloading platform, the matching status of the license plate and the driver's license plate will be displayed on the indicator screen. When the two match, the RFID temporary card can be handed over to the staff for verification on the all-in-one machine. After the verification is correct, The vehicle reverses into the unloading position; the control computer records that the vehicle has entered, displays the vehicle number on the information display, and starts timing; after the vehicle is unloaded, the receiving personnel confirms that it is correct, and then operates on the all-in-one machine. After the vehicle leaves, the completion of unloading is recorded time, at this time the information display shows that the unloading position is free.

The RFID sensing network consists of a task request component, a real-time data management component, a VRP request component, a decision-making component and an execution component, etc., which jointly complete the vehicle scheduling task.

For RFID access control in industrial parks, 2.4-2.8 GHz readers are often chosen. Readers in this frequency band have high recognition rates and strong anti-interference capabilities. The electronic tag chooses an active electronic tag. The working temperature of the tag is between -35 ℃ ~ 75 ℃, and the receiving sensitivity is -90 dBm, which can greatly increase the reading rate [4]. On the other hand, the management of vehicle unloading spaces is also one of the management responsibilities of the dispatch access control system. The access control system mainly controls the entry and exit of vehicles. The called vehicles are allowed to enter, otherwise they will wait in line outside the site. This can avoid congestion caused by too many vehicles in the factory area. The unloading space management system mainly manages unloading spaces and guides vehicles to empty unloading spaces to prevent vehicles from randomly looking for unloading spaces in the factory area, causing problems such as low unloading speed and low unloading space utilization. RFID cards are used for information verification from entry to unloading, so there will be no problems with improper scheduling.

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