RFID technology makes smart site operate efficiently


RFID technology makes smart site operate efficiently


With the rapid development of urban construction, the management and control of construction site is also constantly optimized. How to implement the construction demand of construction site with high efficiency and informatization has become the focus of attention. Information based construction site management needs to combine with modern management technology to realize the automation, real-time and accurate collection of construction site personnel attendance, so as to realize more scientific management for the construction site.

The RFID remote attendance system developed by Nanjing ThinkRace technology has many advantages, such as smaller label, lower cost, fast identification speed, strong multi tag identification ability, etc., which can save a lot of manpower and time, improve the operation efficiency, reduce the operation cost, and make the intelligent construction site play an important role.


The RFID remote attendance system developed by Nanjing thinkrace technology is very suitable for the automatic attendance management of construction site personnel, realizing the automatic, real-time and accurate management of personnel attendance. The basic characteristic of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is to identify static or moving objects by using radio technology, so as to determine the identity of the object to be identified and extract the characteristic information (or identification information) of the object to be identified.UHF RFID card reader is installed in the access channel of construction site. RFID passive electronic tag is pasted inside the safety helmet of construction workers, and sign in or sign out is completed automatically when wearing safety helmet. UHF RFID technology has the characteristics of reading multiple tags at one time, strong penetration, multiple reading and writing, large memory capacity of data, low cost, small size, easy to use, high reliability and life of passive electronic tags.