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RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification.

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a technology that allows information to be read wirelessly over (relatively) short distances.

RFID technology is used in many places where large volumes of information need to be organized efficiently, including hospitals, airlines, and increasingly implemented in all kinds of sectors across the globe lately

Any new technologies simply take time to be widely adopted. There is a process that almost all new technologies follow; it begins with the birth of a new technology. Then, there is a wave of optimism about what it can do, followed by the realization that it can’t yet deliver on its potential. Slowly, the technology matures into a solution to particular problems, and then it takes time to build critical mass, after which the technology crosses the tipping point. At that stage, adoption accelerates rapidly. RFID is currently in the process of building critical mass in most of the verticals.

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. When triggered by an electromagnetic interrogation pulse from a nearby RFID reader device, the tag transmits digital data, usually an identifying inventory number, back to the reader.

RFID can be used in a wide range of business applications – virtually anywhere that there is a need for IT systems to know about the things around them quickly and efficiently.


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  • Logistics and asset tracking
  • Personnel tracking
  • Inventory management processes
  • Shipping & receiving processes
  • Library and government record tracking
  • Public transportation and local municipal equipment tracking
  • State Department of Transportation locating and administration services
  • Motor vehicle registration and parking authority enforcement
  • Municipal building security and asset control
  • Hazardous waste tracking, document and evidence tracking
  • Tagging livestock

RFID technology enables hospitals to drive new operational efficiencies through automation. Eliminating redundant tasks allows hospital staff to focus on improving patient care and safety.

 In summary, hospitals can gain the following value from RFID solutions:

  • RFID Helps Locate Assets
  • RFID Improves Emergency Response Time
  • RFID Improves Staff Utilization
  • RFID Enables Access Control to Improve Security
  • RFID Helps Monitor Patient Location
  • RFID Ensures Authenticity and Quality of Pharmaceuticals
  • RFID Can Prevent Substance Misidentification
  • RFID Helps Correctly Identify Patients
  • RFID Improves Inventory of Consumables
  • RFID Enables Wireless Temperature Sensing

IoHT (Connected Health)

RFID – Smart Campus for Higher Ed:

  • Common ID-card
  • Attendance and Access control for students, staff & visitors can be automated using RFID enabled smart readers
  • Instant access to student information such as progress details, medical history, and discipline records etc.
  • Vehicle tracking, Parking & Locker management and transportation facilities can be automated
  • ID-cards can be used as E-purse to pay for Library dues, Canteen bills, Photo Copy & other facilities
  • Facilitate Event Management activities on Campus 
  • Information Kiosks for visitors
  • Asset Management & Inventory tracking on campus
  • Data management & reports to streamline workflow
  • Library Management
  • Indoor Navigation

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an extremely powerful enabling technology in airports and aircraft, serving to improve security, safety against general hazards, efficiency, error prevention and data capture and to remove tedious tasks.

We assess the following applications:

  • Airline baggage tagging
  • Reduced wastage in the food service chain
  • Cargo tracking: improving operations
  • Real-Time Inventory Check of on-board Safety equipment
  • Maintenance Operations, Tools and Parts
  • Retail operations within airport concourses
  • Indoor Navigation
  • RFID based Passengers airline ticket
  • Customer loyalty management
  • Tracking children and people with special needs

Delonti’s Indoor Navigation solution provides the ability to navigate within the facility.

  • Location & Navigation
  • Turn by turn Indoor Navigation with no internet dependency
  • Easy Points Of Interests browse and search capabilities
  • Blue-dot, map-based location and navigation
  • POI Favorites, My Car Parking
  • Analytics, Frequency of visits
  • Walking patterns and flow path analysis
  • Convenience – RFID provides an improved user-friendly experience for both staff and library members.
  • Efficiency – RFID technology provides more accurate and efficient circulation processes which allow any company to speed up their process efficiently.
  • Security – RFID technology provides a more robust and tighter security measure across all the industries.

Both technologies let IT systems know about the things around them. RFID has the following advantages over barcode which may mean that it is the best technology for a particular application:

  • Information on tags can only be read electronically whereas bar-coded information is directly readable.
  • Information can be read without a line of sight between the reader and the tag.
  • Information can be read at distances up to 10 yards.
  • Information from a tag can be read on a faster pace than the barcode.

RFID brings benefits to businesses in a number of ways through cost reduction, revenue generation and reduction of business risks:

  • Providing better utilization of assets through improved asset identification, so saving costs.
  • Speeding internal processes by automating identification of items, allowing for staff savings.
  • Allowing innovation in product design and customer service, contributing to improved revenues.
  • Linking people, places, events and things automatically, improving accountability and helping conformance with regulation and internal processes.

The cost depends on the application, the size of the installation, the type of system (stand alone or cloud based), tags (passive or active), readers (hand held readers or Wall mount readers), with GPs or without GPS etc.


Here’s a breakdown of seven RFID costs so you can be prepared before you select and integrate a specific type of technology:

  1. Equipment costs
  2. Installation costs
  3. Tags costs
  4. Software costs
  5. Ongoing license costs
  6. Maintenance costs
  7. Integrator costs

We provide complete end-to-end solution.

The custom software Delonti provides is written just for your application, to work with the tags, readers, and middleware servers configured to meet your business requirements.

  • Experts in designing user-friendly dashboards to manage systems and reporting
  • Solutions can be stand-alone, cloud-based, or enterprise integrated as needed
  • Variable cost structure and scalable capacity
  • Global on-site support, 24/7
  • 24 hour work-cycles
  • Project teams with cross-platform experience