The digital identification of bicycles is increasingly important in a time when many different types of commuters are sharing the road. One example of how intelligent labels can keep cyclists safe is the use of passive RFID inlays placed on the frames of bicycles. These RFID inlays use a small antenna that tracks traffic flows, allowing municipalities and city authorities to identify the location of heavy traffic patterns anonymously, thus improving traffic safety for cyclists and pedestrians. For example, this data can inform where to establish safe parking for bike shares or plan for bike lanes in light traffic areas.
Effective inventory management
Visibility on where micromobility components are located and supplying them to areas of your business where they're needed most is another way in which RFID labels can enable a fully interconnected network of products and services. We offer long-range RFID inlays for different types of applications that track and trace spare parts so you know exactly where they are, the amount available, and where they should be delivered. This type of real-time efficiency can improve inventory management in a time when supply chain disruptions are significantly impacting businesses.
Intelligent labels are a holistic solution driven by the need to address issues hindering the adoption and handling of bicycles. Rather than promoting a single technology, we unify many different technological approaches that provide efficient solutions for the micromobility market. This is true for the Digifyy solution, which supports international standards and complies with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and privacy.