However, one of the biggest reasons some pharmaceuticals have incorporated RFID is to help combat counterfeiting. By incorporating RFID pharmacies would be able to eliminate counterfeiting by ensuring that every drug was indeed the correct drug. A term used in industry as pedigree.How can RFID tags be used as a tool against counterfeiting?
Due to their form factor adaptability the RFID tags are well suited for pharmaceutical applications especially to authenticate and track products along the supply chain and thus be a tool against counterfeiting. Technically, R adio F requency ID enticifcation consists of the RFID tags, the RFID reader, and a computer system.What is rain RFID?
RFID (radio frequency identification) is a form of wireless communication that uses radio waves to identify and track objects. RAIN RFID, in particular, is a passive (not battery operated), ultra-high frequency technology which enables industries to enhance workflows and improve operational efficiencies.What is the difference between RFID and barcode?
The RFID tags (microchip and antenna) carry an electronic product code that identifies the manufacturer, the product and includes a unique serial number that identifies the individual container or case. Compared to barcode technology, RFID is a “no-line-of-sight” technology that eliminates the need for a person to present a reader to each tag.