The reader is connected to a PC using a direct Ethernet (or IP) connection. The PC is connected to a network where the RFID cards are installed. Once the reader is ready to read, the user reads a card’s ID number in the PaperCut application. The ID number is read once for each card in the system, and the reader will read the card’s data stream. The PaperCut server collects the data from the reader and uses the data to create an RFID tag. The user can see the tag’s name, data, and payload in the PaperCut application.
PaperCut is a high-performance, highly scalable, real-time RFID application. It allows the user to create rules based on different event types (retail, food, manufacturing, shipping, etc.) and send those rules to RFID readers as an action. The action can be defined by the user or imported from a spreadsheet. For example, if a customer walks up to an RFID reader, the user can define a rule to send the data to an SQL database. The data can be a customer name, address, purchase, etc. If the customer makes a purchase, the user can define a rule to send the customer’s ID and purchase information to a Credit Card processing database.
RFID cards can be either passive or active. Passive RFID tags do not have an internal battery. They are powered by the RFID reader's emitted electromagnetic field. They are read/write (the ID can be changed), and their data can include: ID, name, address, phone number, description, payment method, etc.
For example, if a retail customer walks up to the system and pushes their card, the reader will read it, and the PaperCut server will create an RFID tag with that customer’s information. The RFID tag will be sent to the RFID tag database and associated with that customer’s ID. The user will see the customer’s ID on screen and be able to repeat the push. The card will only be sent to the customer once. If that customer makes a purchase, the card will be sent to the point of sale. The point of sale can assign a new ID to the customer, or it can accept the original ID. In either case, the customer will no longer be able to buy with the original ID.
Why is it important to have a smart phone and an RFID reader? With smart phones and RFID readers, the same tag can be read on multiple platforms. They work in the same way, but their ability to read can be controlled by the user. In the same way that a user can restrict the ability to access a website on a personal computer, a user can block an app on a smart phone. This is usually achieved by using a PIN or passcode, and if the user forgets a PIN, a passcode or Touch ID, the app or website is blocked until a new passcode is entered. If a user is carrying a smart phone, a privacy concern or the need to restrict access to a location may be a concern.
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