End-to-end tracking with RFIDs, barcodes, and QR codes
RFIDs are used in manufacturing for a variety of purposes, such as tracking physical inventory, quality control, and product identification. In many cases, RFID tags are attached to products or packaging so that they can be tracked throughout the manufacturing process.
This allows manufacturers to keep track of where their products are and ensure that they are produced according to specifications. RFIDs can also be used to monitor the movement of raw materials and finished goods within a factory, which can help improve manufacturing efficiency.
In addition to product and inventory tracking, RFIDs can also be used for quality control. For example, an RFID tag attached to an item can be used to track that item throughout the manufacturing process. This way, if there are any problems with the product, they can be traced back to the specific point in the process where they occurred.
Katana comes equipped with all the necessary features that allow you to track your items. Whether you decide to use barcodes, RFIDs, or QR codes — the choice is up to you.