RFID quickly and easily obtains information about products, locations, times, and transactions in an automated manner. No contact, see the target, even if the item is firmly packaged or the environment is not suitable, it will not affect its recognition function. This is a big feature that distinguishes it from barcodes. In addition, RFID is not just code, it can read and write data, store data in the processing system, and connect it to a PC or PLC network.RFID can improve data quality, cargo management, and data retention. The use of RFID in the supply chain can improve management and strengthen terminal-to-terminal connectivity. RFID does not require manual intervention, it operates wirelessly and has read and write capabilities.