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The application of RFID RFID technology in smart tags and bills

tax control and anti-counterfeiting in Chinese bills is an eternal theme. At present, traditional printing anti-counterfeiting methods, such as bar code, QR code, anti-counterfeiting paper, anti-counterfeiting ink and so on, are widely used to achieve the purpose of anti-counterfeiting. But the final result is not what people want. Even RMB can be forged, not to mention invoices. The development of bills gradually tends to be paperless. The so-called paperless refers to the control of taxes through electronic and networking technology. At present, China is promoting tax control machines and enhancing the anti-counterfeiting of invoices to carry out tax control. Manufacturers and printing manufacturers can also make foam products with different densities and shapes, and strive to develop and apply the latest technology to meet the needs. So what is the direction after that? What is the most advanced anti-counterfeiting technology in the world? Now let's introduce the world's latest smart tags and RFID technology to members who are committed to innovation

have you noticed the recent IBM advertisement on TV: a thief in a coat stole a lot of things in the mall. When he was about to leave through the inspection port, the identification system instantly identified all the goods he had stolen in his coat and printed out the bill. The guard stopped the thief and said, "Sir, you forgot your bill!"

ibm's introduction to this is the future of e-commerce. In fact, this is a very typical RFID technology that does not need to rely on imported experimental machines to meet the needs. It can detect multiple targets at the same time in an instant and identify them without any error

a programmable chip, IC circuit and transmitting antenna are embedded in the label as thin as paper, and the contents of the chip are stored, read and written at a distance of more than 1 meter through a certain frequency. It can accurately identify more than 30 targets at the same time. It provides energy by identifying the frequency emitted by the system, and does not need batteries to provide energy, According to the password set by the customer and the serial number provided by the chip manufacturer, an absolutely unique 6-digit identification code is generated through a complex algorithm to ensure the uniqueness of each tag. Such products are called smart tags, and the technology used is called radio frequency identification, or RFID technology for short

at present, the domestic smart label production is in an absolute monopoly. There is only one manufacturer in Shanghai, and the technology is also monopolized by several world-class manufacturing companies. Generally, Texas Instruments' tag it and Philips' i-code technical standards are adopted. The more general frequency is 13.56MHz, and the capacity can reach 10kbit. There are only a few chip suppliers, including Ti and Siemens. In order to ensure the Chinese core of key projects and develop China's own patented technology, Chinese chip manufacturer Shanghai Huahong also produces and provides Chinese standard chips (type-G)

the advantage of smart tags is that they can be shaped; You can use various materials, such as paper, card, self-adhesive, pet, PP, etc., and even read and write in liquid; It can read and write remotely (more than 1 meter range), and it is the one with the largest distance of non-contact cards; It can recognize multiple targets, more than 30 per second; It can achieve the ultimate security and anti-counterfeiting. Digital fingerprints can be preset to prevent counterfeiting, duplication and traceability; Labels can be used once or repeatedly according to actual needs

smart tags have a wide range of applications. Let's look at the following cases

the US journal of electronic engineering

Brussels news: the era of embedding RFID smart chips in bank checks has arrived

the smart chip produced by Philips and Infineon will be embedded in the check of euro in 2005 to ensure financial security and prevent forgery, money laundering and illegal financial transactions

the euro has become a common currency in the 12 member states of the European community, and its popularity in the market has ranked second after the dollar. So far, the euro has issued a total of 14.5 billion banknotes, using anti-counterfeiting technologies such as watermark, microfilm, metal anti-counterfeiting line, raster printing, and many other anti-counterfeiting identification can only be known by banks and police departments. However, counterfeit euros appeared in the Balkans, Kosovo and Macedonia respectively in the week when the euro was issued

the spokesman of the European Central Bank (ECB) announced that RFID smart chips will be embedded in Euro cheques to strengthen control and anti-counterfeiting. Philips and Infineon have said that they will consider the production of chips that can be embedded in paper money, but they refused to answer at the same time about the cooperation between the two companies and the loading method to establish a manual calculation or a simple finite element model. At present, the situation that the security problem cannot be completely solved by printing also requires a completely effective inspection. Both companies said that inserting smart chips into paper money is the only solution

considering the current price and cost of chips, it is estimated that smart chips will first be embedded in cheques with a face value of 200 and 500 euros

from the above report, we can think that China's banknote printing, coinage and financial industries can also use this technology to prevent counterfeiting and prevent an increasing number of financial and high-tech crimes

Japan's Sankei

Tokyo news: RFID smart tags are used in Goldwin ski sports equipment

smart tags are used in the world's most popular Goldwin ski sports equipment. Recently, there was a dispute between the products produced by Beijing Goldwin branch and the distribution of Goldwin Milan head office in the European retail market. For this reason, Goldwin headquarters decided to sew RFID smart tags made of Texas Instruments chips into all product labels

after smart tags are applied to products, each product can be written with a special data when passing through the coding system, including product serial number, production batch number, origin and even customer number. These data can be read on any authorized identifier, and information such as origin and manufacturing date are locked. Manufacturers can also use this technology, Track the situation after product sales and update the data when necessary

from the above report, we can think of large-scale domestic manufacturing industries, such as automobile, home appliance and famous brand product manufacturers, which can use this technology to manage production, logistics, people flow, sales, after-sales service and product tracking and return visits. Population management, vehicle management, etc. of the public security system

Time magazine

New York News amskan uses RFID smart cards for parking and access control systems in the United States

amskan, the largest manufacturer of parking and access control systems in the United States, uses RFID smart cards. Parking people take smart cards and sit in their cars to start the door of public garages without pressing any buttons. Public garages can also complete vehicle identification, billing and pick-up without being on duty

San Diego, California - the FAA Federal Aviation Administration today officially announced the official launch of the ppbm dynamic package detection and identification system, which can perform surprisingly well at 374 feet per minute, with almost 100% recognition accuracy. In addition to ppbm, FAA is also preparing to use RFID technology to establish a dynamic personnel monitoring security system at the airport to meet the severe security requirements after 9/11

from the above reports, we can think of the access control system, logistics system, and security system of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, the 2010 Shanghai WorldExpo, the National People's Congress, large enterprises and confidential enterprises, highway tolls, annual inspection and use of license plates, etc. People flow and logistics management of aviation, railway, subway, light rail and other transportation agencies

as another example, Australia has used its RFID products in the passenger baggage management of Australian airports and played an excellent role. The European Community announced that the new models that began production in 1997 must have an anti-theft system based on RFID Technology (including Passat produced by Shanghai Volkswagen). The Swiss National Railway Administration has installed RFID automatic identification system on all passenger trains in Switzerland, so that dispatchers can master the train operation in real time, It is not only conducive to management, but also greatly reduces the possibility of accidents. In January 1996, South Korea installed RFID system on 600 buses in Seoul for electronic monthly tickets, and plans to extend this system to railways and other cities. Lufthansa tried non-contact RF cards as air tickets, changing the traditional way of ticket purchase and sale and simplifying the procedures of airport customs clearance, BMW company of Germany applies RFID system to the production process control of automobile production line, Motorola Company uses RFID system to control the flow direction of parts in the super clean workshop, etc. The above examples are just a drop in the ocean of foreign reports on smart tags, from which we can know the broad prospects of RFID technology. The position of RFID in the future bill industry can not be ignored. The industry boundaries of electronics, networking and printing are no longer clear between Chu and Han. The chip price, which accounts for the vast majority of the manufacturing cost of smart tags, has fallen from $0.5 last year to $0.09 now. We can predict that once the chip price is suitable for China's national conditions, the application prospect of all walks of life will be very broad

Germany bilogi is one of the only manufacturers of this kind of equipment in the world, providing a complete set of production lines from front-end sensor circuit, IC circuit, antenna manufacturing, incoming inspection, synthetic packaging, outgoing inspection and correction, striping and final inspection. As a loyal member of Shanghai smart card association and Commercial Paper Association, in addition to providing mail delivery system and paper processing equipment, we organically combine electronics, networking and bill printing, and are willing to work with people of insight to jointly develop China's RFID smart tag and bill market

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