Controlling vehicle access to individual locations – whether it’s corporate facilities, gated communities, or downtown parking lots – can be challenging. Eliminate the need for on-site staff and the hassle of stopping for a card reader with our RFID Windshield Tags.
Unlike other windshield tags on the market, our RFID Windshield Tag utilizes passive RFID UHF (ultra-high frequency) technology offering a more economical option to the active windshield tags available. Encased between thin layers of polyester, the specialized inlay doesn’t require a standoff to read either through or on a glass windshield. This product provides a read range of approximately 20+ ft. A tamper-evident option with strategically placed slits in the label and adhesive layers is also available at not additional cost.
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What is the RFID tag on a car windshield?
Different applications for RFID tags on car windshields include inventory tracking and access control with the later becoming more and more popular. Gated communities, corporate parking and even car washes use RFID tags on car windshields for their access control applications.
How do you put a tag on a windshield?
Adhering a tag to a windshield using a pressure-sensitive adhesive is the most popular way to put a tag on a windshield. There are specialized adhesives that work well with glass surfaces. In addition, these many of these adhesives are clear; thereby not discoloring the printed material on the tag.
Potential Applications for RFID Windshield Tags
Access Control - the RFID inlay and barcode/human readable information on Metalcraft RFID Windshield Tags can be used to track and control vehicle access both in and out of secure facilities like gated communities, corporate parking lots, etc.
For more information about RFID Windshield tags, read our case study, Speeding Up The Toll Process or our blog, RFID Windshield Tags: Access To New RFID Applications.