RFID can help locate forklifts quickly. Location detection can take place in real time and continuously, or at crucial places such
as zone changes, or when items are scanned, picked up and dropped off. The data generated enable pick-up and drop-off
location control, efficient route calculation and route registration.
On top of that, forklifts can also be equipped with detection
equipment to read RFID packaging labels on your
warehouse pallets, boxes or containers. Brady can supply
its L-2588-26B UHF packaging RFID label with a modifiable
read range up to 10 metres. They can be programmed
on-site with an RFID print-and-program printer, which also
enables adding a barcode or serial number on the label.
Fixed RFID scanners can be set up to detect the entire
inventory, and these data can be sent automatically to an
asset management software linked to the company’s ERPsystem.
This equipment enables automatic scanning and
registration of the articles or load carriers carried along such
as pallets, boxes and containers. Manual scans, and the
resulting frequent forklift stops, are avoided, and drivers can
fully focus on driving.
RFID forklift track & trace solutions enable an accurate and
up-to-date overview of internal logistic movements through
automatic location and load control. Through registration of
routes, you are able to organise your rides as efficiently as