Traceability

Traceability is knowing the What, When, Where and Why of any product at any point in the supply chain when needed.


Traceability can be defined simply as the ability to identify the current location, condition and history of a product, item or article. 

Your business can experience countless benefits and cost saving measures with the ability to track any article, merchandise item or product. The 4 following properties are the staples of RFID traceability:

The "what": identifying the product itself, knowing what it is called and how it works.

The "when": knowing in real time the circumstance or action of an item.

The "where": knowing the location of an item in real time when such a circumstance or action takes place.

The "why": knowing the purpose, state or the intended action that a product performs.

Traceablility as such seems simple and even basic at first glance, but the real power behind it is expressed in countless ways and applications. Dipole RFID Solutions has extensive experience in supply chain management, the exchange of goods, information and funds. We know how to create a tracking system in compliance with regulations to ensure customer safety, especially in those sectors that deal directly with human health.

Smart ID

Choosing the type of identification or the combination of several will make it successful to obtain, as well as the knowledge of information dragged through the chain.

Common Regulations

The regulations applied by Dipole follow the rules established by the EU, FDA, GS1, EPC Global and other associated organizations. Use commonly used regulations.

Consumer Warranty

The great beneficiary of a good trace is the final consumer. However, its implementation in the chain provides tangible benefits to businesses in the short term.


Automating Traceability of your Business Processes

Manually tracking and obtaining vital information of your business processes on a daily basis requires massive amounts of time and resources, all the while increasing the possibility of errors and mistakes. This is why automated tracking and information gathering is crucial and revolutionary to today's businesses. 

The Benefits of Automating Processes to Achieve Traceability:

To consolidate and obtain instant visibility to the processes being performed on products or items, even if there are multiple locations.

To exchange information with customers and your administration in real time.

To perform inspections and administrative tasks safely and with increased security.

The quality of your processes with double in the first 6 months of implementation.

Traceability has brought remarkable and instant changes and benefits to businesses who needed to add efficiency to their processes and informaiton gathering as well as heightening security and acheiving massive cost savings. 

On average, we have seen companies with very stict and complex requirements in the management of traceability and oversight of their processes acheive a 75% success rate. 

Food Traceability

Food Traceability

The use of RFID technology in the fruit and vegetable sector is a clear example of how to use technology to optimize production and obtain full traceability.

Industrial Traceability

Industrial Traceability

Industry 4.0 allows us to computerize all processes so that we have controlled each of the movements that make our products.

Pharmaceutical Traceability

Pharmaceutical Traceability

Patient control, medications and knowing your procedure, has become an indispensable issue. RFID and NFC technologies make this a reality by helping to obtain information more easily.

Smart ID

Smart ID

Choosing the type of identification or the combination of several will make it successful to obtain, as well as the knowledge of information dragged through the chain.

Common Regulations

Common Regulations

The regulations applied by Dipole follow the rules established by the EU, FDA, GS1, EPC Global and other associated organizations. Use commonly used regulations.

Consumer Warranty

Consumer Warranty

The great beneficiary of a good trace is the final consumer. However, its implementation in the chain provides tangible benefits to businesses in the short term.