How to Utilize Rfid Labels for Automotive Production and Tire Management?
RFID labels have widespread applications, and they are also used in the production and manufacturing of cars to manage production processes. So how are RFID labels used in car production and tire management?
The application of RFID labels in car production
RFID labels attached to parts themselves are called hard links
A typical example is the use of RFID for tracking and managing tires, which generally have high value, high performance requirements, and are easy to confuse with other parts. RFID can effectively identify and track parts.
RFID labels attached to the packaging or transport racks of parts
This can reduce the cost of RFID use, but requires maintaining the link between the RFID container with the attached labels and the parts in the container in a database, known as soft links or soft tracking. The principles of these two methods are the same, only the position of the label placement is different.
Existing problems in tire management
Making tires is a very complex process, including compounding, rubber part preparation, tire forming, vulcanization, inspection, testing, and other procedures. At the same time, due to the long product data and large quantity of products, management is difficult. Manual operation is tedious, error-prone, so most tire factories do not have a detailed database of individual tires, which is not conducive to query tire information and scientific management during tire manufacturing and use.
The operation method of RFID labels in tire management
Workers embed RFID labels in the tire forming process, with the label embedded between the ply layer and the sidewall rubber. After vulcanization, the label is fixed and sealed within the tire. This intelligent tire stores important data such as production date, production code, and the identification code of the car manufacturer in the chip of the label throughout its entire life cycle, from production to maintenance and refurbishment during use until disposal.
The benefits of RFID labels in tire management
RFID readers read label information, quickly and accurately count the number of tires, ensuring the accuracy of input data;
By reading RFID labels, it is possible to confirm whether some abnormal tires are produced by the factory, and trace back to various links such as forming, vulcanization, quality inspection, packaging, warehousing, and shipping to determine key links that led to the tire abnormalities and find the true reasons, gradually improving product quality.
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