New Keonn tag encoding system: AdvanStation
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Increasing sales at retail stores with RFID-based interactive systems
Keonn wins the Coolest Demo Contest at RFID JL with its RFID robot
It is a second year in a row that Keonn Technologies has been honored as a winner of this contest.
AdvanRobot is a mobile and autonomous RFID system with on-board navigation that performs automatically the inventory of a given space, for instance, a retail store or a low-ceiling warehouse.
The fast growing business of RFID smart shelves
Automated management of food products with RFID
Eriddes, a system integrator based in Spain, has implemented an RFID system at the largest company worldwide of cherry tomato.
The deployed system provides better stock accuracy and control, automated traceability register, and fewer human errors.
RFID system for tracking heavy steel coils in warehouses
Entresistemas, an engineering company, has developed an RFID system for tracking heavy steel coils in large warehouses.
This system uses Keonn antennas, in particular, Advantenna-P11, for detecting which reel is picked up by each crane at each particular moment.
This information is sent to the operator and to the main core system (based on SAP).
This results in higher efficiency in crane movements, fewer human errors in coil identification and higher speed.
Invisible anti-theft RFID UHF system for libraries
Libera Networks, a system integrator based in Spain, has deployed Keonn's AdvanSafe overhead anti-theft RFID system at the Library of Galicia.
Five AdvanSafe units have been installed over the ceiling, making them completely invisible. These 5 units control an entrance of several metres width.
When a user carries a book that has not been checked.out, AdvanSafe detects it and sounds an alarm.
Libera Networks has installed other advanced RFID UHF systems for managing different processes of the library, like self check-out, reception, inventory, etc.
RFID beverage dispensing machines
ValidFill, a manufacturer of beverage dispensing machines based in the US, is using RFID technology to add intelligence to the beverage transactions.
ValidFill, uses Keonn's AdvanMux-12 multiplexer in order to control up to 12 antennas with a single reader in each machine.
By using this RFID architecture, ValidFill increases food and beverage revenue while positively affecting guest satisfaction, register throughput, shrink, and sustainability efforts.
New version of AdvanMux-8, 8-ports multiplexer
Keonn has released a new improved version of AdvanMux-8, RFID UHF 8-port multiplexer.
This new version uses SMA connectors and has lower insertion losses. As a result, RFID systems using AdvanMux-8 increase their read range and read rate.
AdvanMux-8 is easily controlled and powered by most reader models. Several multiplexers can be daisy chained by interconnecting their control ports with conventional Ethernet cables.