New UHF BlinkPass Tray for Document Management Launched

Compared to cold computer display screens, a tangible record appears to be more solid, particularly for important materials such as literacy manuscripts, legal documents and medical records, which cannot be corrupted or lost. In order to manage paper documents and hardcopies in a systematical way efficiently, we launch our new UHF BlinkTray designed for file management.

Document/Item Management is needed when you realize you cannot make electronic copies for the following things:
  • Legal documents - contracts, true copies, hardcopies
  • Massive storage devices, optical disc, DVD, CD, magnetic tapes, etc.
  • Sample with texture or fabric
  • Large architectural drawing
  • Painting and masterpieces, sample with precise color print-proof
  • Folders, leaflets and books as thick as the Yellow Pages
  • Any small size items - keys, jewellery, artifacts, film, etc.

By applying an RFID tags on above items, they can be well management. RFID outperforms barcode for a several reasons. RFID tags can be read at much longer distances and the read rate is much faster. Read rate of forty or more tags per second is possible. However, reading barcodes is much more time-consuming especially when the items are not properly oriented to the reader. It may take a few seconds to read one barcode. Besides, barcodes have no read/write capability. You cannot add information on a printed barcode. RFID tags, however, could be read and written. RFIDs readers could communicate with the tag and alter the information on the tags. Furthermore, RFID tags are rugged and reusable.

The Smart Tray facilitates tracing and tracking of documents in circulation between departments in a company. It distinguishes document by examining the smart label attached to documents. User can review circulation history of hardcopies with just a click. Users could edit data stored on the smart tags, thus making it possible for flexible and up-to-date information storage. This document management system enables review of circulation history, searching and locating of documents with the search button on a web page.

Please contact us for more information on this BlinkTrace Document Management System.

Prefabricated Casting Factory Tour Visit in ShenZhen

HKRFID was invited to be the technical consultant in Tender Committee and Building Committee Tour Visit to a prefabricated casting factory in ShenZhen, China. The event was organized by the Housing Authority.

During the visit, the committee members are impressed by RFID technology and its usage in the construction industry. They also raised valuable comments and recommendations. The committee members witnessed the production of fa├žade and the process flow of tagging an RFID tag inside it. Two pre-finished casting were displayed to demonstrate the reading of the embedded tag ID using a mobile handheld device (HKRUR-5080).

In the coming years, RFID technology used in the construction industry will become more popular and common. HKRFID will keep developing new products in order to improve the whole construction component management process. Hong Kong RFID is also seeking business / technology partners for this RFID application.

Congratulate to the Business Development Director of Hong Kong RFID Ltd.

Mr. Craig Jo, Business Development Director of Hong Kong RFID Ltd. and also Vice Chairman of Young DAB has obtained the 3rd Youth Leadership Award of HARBOUR JUNIOR CHAMBER (HJC).

Craig has foreseen that Hong Kong would undergo a transformation in which science and technology and innovation is of more emphasis as early as 2004. He resolutely created his own information technology company – Hong Kong RFID Ltd.; and with his continued efforts and perseverance the company's performance is now flourishing with good reputation and strong technical capabilities. The company has won the trust of many famous enterprises in being their system supplier and is heading for an even brighter prospect.

Hong Kong RFID Ltd won the Hong Kong Awards for Industries in 2006, and the Hong Kong Information and Communications Technology Awards in 2007. Last year, Hong Kong RFID Ltd. has been chosen as a successful case of the Incu-Tech Programme by the HKSAR Government.

Last but not least, Mr. Craig Jo would like to take this chance to thank his referee, Mr. Horace Cheung in the ceremony. Mr. Cheung has given him the opportunity and platform to realize his ambitions.