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Aviation RFID Solutions. Suspect Baggage Tracking System for Customs Airport Assets Tracking and Reconciliation Flight catering-Knives, Equipment, People Linen Tracking MRO - Parts Tracking Cargo Tracking Warehouse Automation for Airport Duty Free. Solutions Portfolio.

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solutions portfolio

Suspect Baggage Tracking System for Customs

  • Airport Assets Tracking and Reconciliation
  • Flight catering-Knives, Equipment, People
  • Linen Tracking
  • MRO - Parts Tracking
  • Cargo Tracking
  • Warehouse Automation for Airport Duty Free
Solutions Portfolio
what is rfid
WhatisRFID
  • Radio Frequency Identification - a technology that identifies objects using low-power radio frequency technology.
  • RFID, in its most basic form, requires two components:
    • RFID Reader
    • RFID Tag

Computer

Memory

RadioSignal

Radio

Power

RFIDTag

Reader “speaks” to tag

is rfid tag an improvised barcode
Is RFID tag an improvised barcode?
  • RFID reader “energizes” tag which then transmits stored information back to reader
    • Uniquely identifies each instance of a product as well as the product type (so you know which box was scanned)
    • Line of sight NOT required
    • Information can be updated (class 2 and above)
    • Scan Multiple RFID tags at one time
  • Laser reader interprets barcode to
  • determine UPC number
    • Static information
    • Line of sight required
    • Problem reading soiled barcode
  • At UPC level, system doesn’t know if 3 different items were scanned or if the same item was scanned 3 times
  • Scan one barcode at a time
rfid system architecture
RFID System Architecture

Tags Receives signals

and get energized

Reader Broadcasts

signal through Antenna

.

Readers

Charged tag sends response

back to reader

Tag

Reader Sends Data

to Host for processing

Host System

System sends back

event based data

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Handheld Readers

Motorola's MC9090-G RFID handheld reader gives your workers the ability to capture a comprehensive range of data — from RFID tags and bar codes to images — with this flexible multi-function RFID handheld reader, which reads data in remote areas where fixed RFID readers can't reach.

At just half the weight of its industrial counterparts, the MC3190-Z is the lightest UHF RFID rugged handheld reader on the market

sbtsc on eas vs sbtsc on rfid
EAS Based SBTS

RFID Based SBTS

  • EAS systems have no ID
  • Audio/Video based Alarm
  • Unobtrusive suspect identification
  • Tag may have to be removed in some designs
  • If the tag has to be removed, then suspect may not be followed
  • False Alarm during the second visit if the tag is not removed
  • False Alarm if the EAS spec matches any Retail stores specification
  • No possibility of integration with BHS
  • RFID tag has billions of unique ID
  • Audio/Video based Alarm
  • Unobtrusive suspect identification
  • Tag disposable
  • Ability to follow the suspect without his knowledge
  • No Possibility of False Alarm during the second visit, even if the tag is not removed
  • No mix-up with Retail stores EAS system
  • Integration with BHS
  • Extendable to Passenger Profiling
  • Can be Integrated with other systems like CCTV systems more successfully
SBTSC on EAS Vs. SBTSC on RFID
rfid based system scalability

With same Solution Architecture, system can be expanded to transfer bags and outbound bags

  • The System can accommodate inbound bags with RFID tags
  • The same infrastructure can be used for trolley tracking, people tracking, asset tracking etc.
RFID Based system scalability
rfid based suspect baggage tracking system for customs sbtsc

RFID basedSuspect Baggage Tracking System for Customs (SBTSC)

State of the Art

Future of Every Airport