RFID Solutions

MATRIX enable you to advance your business to a new level of efficiency by providing greater visibility into your inventory as it moves across the supply chain. With real-time tracking information, We can provide your business with consultancy, bespoke software development and systems integration to help you realise the benefits of RFID. We can give you the benefit of our years of experience with this technology and help you to succeed with your RFID implementation where so many other companies and RFID integrators have failed. We have a vast experience of implementing projects with all commonly used RFID frequencies including Low Frequency (LF @ 125khz), High Frequency(HF@ 13.56mhz) and Ultra High Frequency (UHF 860 MHz to 960 MHz). Track what you have, where you have it, where it's going, and when it gets there RFID enable improvements in tracking, authentication, access and data capture applications such as :

Library Management
Matrix is India's leading provider of RFID-based library solutions for public, private and academic libraries, with many installations across our main territories. We specialise is providing a complete managed service to our customers, that delivers significant returns on the investment. The key challenge for librarians today is to improve customer service and provide patrons with a pleasant experience while utilizing library services. RFID technology significantly reduces management costs and increases the time that librarians spend with patrons by enabling automated book handling at check-in, check-outs, inventory, book sorting and theft deterrence.

Many companies and organizations, public and private, are faced with the challenge of managing their book, video and other media collections. In most cases these are valuable assets. You want to share them with employees, customers and other users but you also want these assets returned.

Our stock management solutions even allow for libraries to take automatic receipt of items, without having to remove them from the box, case or crate in which they are delivered. Items are therefore ready to be circulated across the library facility, mobile book services or even estate wide - increasing the convenience for customers, making life a little easier for library staff and ultimately getting the most out of library stock!.It is often a common perception that RFID is brought in to replace staff, however, this is not the case. RFID does not replace your staff; rather it simplifies tasks and makes every-day duties easier. Staff are not restricted to the desk area carrying out manual issues and returns, nor are they required to spend time locating and scanning barcodes or monitoring security.

RFID-enabled items are the librarian's ideal assistant as they ease the pressure of typically time consuming tasks by removing the burden completely. When working alongside self-service, stock management, returns, security and staff solutions, RFID handles quotidian tasks efficiently and with 100% accuracy.

You may be confident that you know some of the key benefits that you and your staff will gain, but what about your customers? Not only will visitors to your library adopt the new technologies with ease and confidence, but they will also benefit from a value added service.

RFID technology allows you to offer a more hands on service, creating a more human library and, ultimately, a more fulfilling and enjoyable patron experience. All of our solutions are easy to use, they are not limited to age or computer experience and users quickly become confident operating the systems.
Asset Management
Using RFID for item-level asset tracking is MATRIX core focus, and we foresee dramatic growth in the next few years, with disproportionate growth to the RFID market as a whole. The RFID market for closed loop (or asset tracking) applications, where articles circulate frequently, has historically been quite strong since the cost of tagging the articles is offset by the frequent use of the tags. Reduce your operational costs in asset tracking with Matrix RFID systems. In asset tracking applications, the tag has a long life and is used through tens or hundreds of cycles. The primary applications for closed loop RFID tags are applications that involve reusable or rental assets such as LPG cylinders, library items, laundry items and other supply-chain applications where the assets periodically circulate through the system. Necessary features in closed loop applications are long life RFID tags, system’s durability, ability to perform under sometimes hostile industrial conditions, and capacity of suppliers to provide a complete turnkey RFID system, plug and play in the existing item handling infrastructure of the customers. Complete RFID Solutions

Working with our partners, we provide complete, end-to-end solutions—from business process analysis to RFID infrastructure design to application software, product labeling and complete system integration
Vehicle Management
Matrix solutions provides vehicle managemnt systems. Securevacs is complete hands free, automatic and secure way to vehicle access control system without any human intervention. The system ensures that the RFID tag's information is read by the RFID reader as the vehicle approaches a lowered barrier or closed gate, and if verified by Securevacs software, the driver gains access without ever taking hands off the steering wheel or coming to a complete halt. The system is best suited for commercial and corporate parking areas, gated communities, assisted living, ports, airports, industries , universities and etc. Working with our partners, Matrix provides a specifically designed RFID infrastructure from business process analysis to RFID infrastructure design to application software, product labeling and complete system integration to specialty luxury customers such as jewelry retailers, highend wristwatch retailers.

Features Of Vehicle Management System

  • Provides an access control solution that is truly hands-free and unencumbered.
  • Faster access for residents; employees and visitors.
  • Windshield RFID passive tags can be read up to 4-5 meters from the access control doorway.
  • Eliminates manual record keeping, thereby increasing accuracy and staff productivity.
  • Strengthened protection
  • Matrix's Securevacs software allows RFID windshield tags to be linked with the owner's access control badge for more secure safety measures, for the vehicles moving in-out and within the facility.
  • Information such as Owner's name; Vehicle Number; can be displayed on a screen for the security guard to verify the passing vehicle.
Warehouse Management System
Matrix offer the features of modern warehouse management, we put forward a warehouse management system (WMS) based on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and probe into the structure and operation flow of the system. The WMS adopts RFID middleware as the support platform, covers goods entry, picking, checking, delivery and many other operation flows and can collect, deliver, check and update mass data on the frequent warehouse entry and delivery, so as to decrease the labor intensity, avoid fault scanning, miss scanning, re-scanning and other artificial errors and improve the efficiency and accuracy.

The WMS based on RFID will help to improve the efficiency of warehouse management and make rapid self-recording of receiving and delivery.

TimeMate Time & Attendance delivers various key benefits to organizational and employee development and productivity.

  • Benefits of RFID in WHM
  • Substantial productivity gains.
  • Elimination of re-labeling costs and effort.
  • Greater accuracy.
  • Flexibility of data on the tag.
  • Ability to write additional or replacement information to a tag at any stage in the supply chain.


  • Provides goods history.
  • Real-time reports generation.
  • Integrates record management.
  • Inventory Management.
Jewellery Management System
Matrix solutions provises the jewellery managemnt systems, as the Luxury market has been expending globally in recent years. Luxury good brands require new solutions to improve efficiencies, stock accuracy, while helping combating theft. RFID tags, when attached onto the packaging of luxury goods or the luxury goods themselves, ensures the safety, location, inventory counting. The RFID tag not only identifies the product but the encrypted RFID chip can store data.

Benefits of our RFID infrastructure include:

TimeMate Time & Attendance delivers various key benefits to organizational and employee development and productivity.

  • Accurate and detailed information on various products resulting in greater item traceability throughout the store
  • Improved stock accuracy to avoid costly discrepancies
  • Improved sales volumes resulting from improved restocking efficiencies and items visibility
  • Quicker notification about incident or theft
  • Strengthened protection

Working with our partners, Matrix provides a specifically designed RFID infrastructure from business process analysis to RFID infrastructure design to application software, product labeling and complete system integration to specialty luxury customers such as jewelry retailers, highend wristwatch retailers.

Time Attendence Solutions

Simplify your time tracking

Easy Clocking’s next generation browser based time & attendance software features a powerful and easy to use interface which gives you instant real time insight to effectively manage your company’s time attendance data virtually anywhere, dramatically reducing the number of hours required to process employee time & attendance and automatically calculating total worked hours including overtime, vacation, sick days and holidays. Our reporting solutions empower you with informed real time decision making capabilities so you can easily convert data into actionable, valuable information.

Matrix Solutions offer T&A systems designed to automate employee T&A tracking for small to medium sized businesses. This T&A system will not only improve the payroll accuracy and company profitability but also have many more benefits i.e. Eliminate buddy-punching with fingerprint biometrics. Designed to improve efficiency and reduce errors in employee time tracking, Matrix time and attendance solutions are easy to use and install. Available in Standard, Pro and Enterprise editions, Matrix Time solutions are scalable to grow with your business.

Easily improve payroll accuracy and company profitability with time and attendance solutions from Matrix Solutions.

Matrix carries a variety of employee time clocks, allowing you to choose the optimum way to capture employee time. Select from biometric (fingerprint), RFID or barcode clocks. Our clocks feature integrated network (Ethernet) connectivity,eliminating the expense that a dedicated PC with a USB connection would require. Matrixtime and attendance solutions are ideal for a wide range of industries where hourly and salaried employee time needs to be tracked, including: manufacturing, warehouse and distribution, healthcare, retail, professional and medical offices, and government and educational agencies.

TimeMate Time & Attendance delivers various key benefits to organizational and employee development and productivity.

  • Cut down on administrative time
  • Eliminate human error in employee time office records to save monetarily.
  • Significantly Increase Employee & Manager Satisfaction.
  • Monitor & analyze absence to reduce impact on productivity.
  • Improve Organizational efficiency and growth with employee performance.
  • Accurate processing and reconciliation of time clock software data with ease.
  • Access Time Records via intranet or Internet using web browser.
  • Graphical representation of events, schedules and time calculations.
  • Interfaced with existing Payroll software.
  • Contract Time: Casual and contract workers.
  • Fixed Time: Environments with shift work and night work.
  • Flexi Time: Office-type environment.

Solutions Offered:

  • Employee Attendance Reports
  • Working Hours/Overtime Reports
  • Late/Early Employee Reports


What is RFID Technology ?

RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification, a technology dating back to World War II. Today, Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) RFID is emerging as a premier technology for automating the identification and tracking of assets and collecting valuable information regarding their whereabouts, contents, physical state and more. Organizations in Retail, Defense, Transportation, Healthcare and other industries are increasingly employing RFID technology to bring new efficiencies to supply chains. A versatile solution, RFID helps companies track assets, gauge product quality, protect the integrity of their brands, promote security and more.

What are the benefits of RFID technology ?

Companies can benefit from RFID technology in several ways. For one, the technology allows for increased supply chain visibility at all stages of the process. This increased visibility can lead to greater speed and efficiency in transporting products, eliminating unnecessary, costly expenditures and waste. RFID technology provides a more precise measurement of inventoried product. The more accurately you can model your supply chain process, the the better equipped you are to respond with programs that maximize your profits, as well as the customer experience.

How RFID technology works ?

A RFID system has several components including chips, tags, readers and antennas. In its simplest form, a small silicon chip is attached to a small flexible antenna to create a tag. The chip is used to record and store information. When a RFID tag is to be read, the RFID reader (which also uses an antenna) sends it a radio signal. The RFID tag absorbs some of the RF energy from the reader signal and reflects it back as a return signal that delivers information from the tag's memory.

How many types of RFID tags are available ?

Among RFID devices, there are three types – passive, active and Semi-Active. A passive RFID device is one that does not use an internal power supply to communicate with the scanning antenna. Instead, during the process of being scanned, the radio waves from the scanning antenna itself provide power and activate the RFID tag so that the information encoded on it can be transmitted.

How RFID is used in a library ?

Radio Frequency Identification allows special readers to identify a unique characteristic of an item using radio waves. A reader communicates with an RFID tag, which holds digital information stored on a microchip. In the case of a library situation, each book has an RFID tag attached to it. The RFID tag has the item number (previously the barcode number) programmed onto the tag. Antennas attached to staff workstations at the circulation desk, the return area, and other locations can identify items in a pile without library staff having to handle them. The system is designed to read many items at once and no line-of-sight to the RFID tag is needed; unlike barcodes where each item must be scanned individually. The ability to scan a bunch of items in a pile means that library staff no longer have to handle items individually.

Do I need special barcode software to scan barcodes ?

No, modern scanners are supplied with a USB connection. Simply connect the device to the PC via an available port. Old style terminals may need an adapter to achieve the same results.

What does the barcode signify ?

The barcode is merely a graphic representation of the number or text printed beneath it. With retail barcodes, the number is structured by the European Article Numbering (EAN) format to signify the country code (5 for the UK), followed by the manufacturers code, followed by the product code (as determined by the manufacturer), and finally the check digit.

Do barcodes have to be black ?

Barcode scanners work by reflecting the contrast between dark and light. This means that you can have any dark colour except red on a light background.

Why use a barcode printer instead of A4 sheets of labels ?

Low volumes of laser printed A4 sheets are quite economical (don't use inkjet because the ink will run if it gets wet). You have to add back the cost of the toner and the laser drum when doing your calculations for high volume printing and you will soon see why most organisations have a dedicated barcode printer. Also you may find that laser labels will leave glue in the printer once it has warmed up. This tends to jam up the printer after a few sheets of labels.

Is barcoding expensive ?

If you have to label goods, printing barcodes is slightly more expensive. The capital investment is in the scanners and the hand-held terminals, but the payback is very fast. Most companies have to close their stores in order to do a stocktake and the staff performing the stocktake are then paid at overtime rates (maybe even weekend rates). The time saved by using barcode scanners means that the costs are minimised and the accuracy increased.


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