In Florida, the building services department in the United States, which is part of the Department of Sustainable Development (DSD), uses RFID technology to track building permits, realize real-time monitoring of document circulation, save time, and improve customer service.
In any month, more than 2,000 building permits issued by DSD require more than 6,000 permits to be reviewed. In addition, there are usually two permits in the DSD large-scale plan, and the approval process of these permits does not follow a straight line. The permit usually needs to be returned for additional review or revision, and may need to be returned in the same review project. several times.
Depending on the type of permit, the application may require 10 different items to be reviewed within the DSD. In addition, each review project has several reviewers. This is very challenging to track the actual location of each license application in real time.
By deploying the RFID solution, the ThingMagic-RFID reader reads the label information on the license, you can see how the license is reviewed, and determine the specific real-time location.
At each review project point, install 1 to 3 8 dBi circularly polarized antennas and then connect to ThingMagic's Vega UHF RFID reader. Vega internally integrates the M5E UHF RFID module, which can read tags within a range of up to 9 meters. Three reverse TNC antenna ports support a single-station 5050 ohm antenna. Each device is connected to the middleware SPT running on the PC via USB (developed specifically for the project). Computers use existing Ethernet connections to transfer data to the cloud.
At the same time, the project uses Avery Dennison's UHF labels, and each label prints a unique identification precoding.
What are the benefits of AL t4518521331221504 RFID for tracking construction permit
Each RFID tag is printed and pre-coded with a unique identification number
The RFID tag is marked on the document from the time when the building permit application is created and printed. Then use an RFID reader to read the information printed on the RFID tag and connect to the PC via USB. This process links files and tag IDs and imports them into cloud-based software IntelliView SPT, which includes middleware to manage the tag reading and inventory management applications of these data.
When the tag file passes through the RFID reader, the online data is updated in real time. Authorized users can use any browser to access this information at any time, using any device and Internet connection.
Using RFID technology to track construction permit applications improves work efficiency. Because much of the staff ’s working time is devoted to the work itself, not to find files. For the staff, knowing the real-time location of the application is the most important.