RFID identification collection in logistics, as the basis and means of realizing warehousing management, runs through the various business processes of logistics warehousing management.
RFID in logistics can label newly purchased goods. The unique ID number of the label or the data written by the user can be used as the identification code of the goods, and the data is used to record the name of the goods, the time of purchase, the warehouse to which they belong, and the attributes of the goods. When the readers installed in each channel recognize the tags, they can automatically obtain all the information of the goods.
The RFID reader in the logistics identifies the goods to be transferred to the warehouse. When the goods pass through the entry and exit channel, they will be recognized by the reader installed next to the channel. The reader will record the current tag information and send it to the back-end center. The back-end center judges whether it is warehousing, outgoing, or transfer based on the sequence of the entry and exit channel identification tags.
In the RFID inventory tracking system, the staff can use the RFID handheld reader in the logistics to regularly inventory, read the label information of the goods at close range, and compare it with the back-end management system. The inventory is carried out manually, and whether the variety, quantity, and production date of the goods in the storage location are consistent with the back-end system. If they are inconsistent, the system information can be corrected on site.
Applying advanced technologies such as RFID technology, wireless local area network, database in logistics, and combining the entire warehouse management with radio frequency identification technology, various business operations can be completed efficiently. In this way, the time for finding and locating cargo location and cargo information in the existing model is greatly reduced, and the circulation speed of outbound and inbound orders is greatly accelerated. In addition, this method also enhances the processing capacity of the warehousing system, improves the utilization of personnel and equipment, reduces unnecessary consumption, and reduces logistics costs. Therefore, the use of RFID in logistics can meet the needs of warehouse management systems under modern logistics management models.