How does Trolley Vision® Radio Frequency (RF) work?
Trolley Vision® RF requires inserting the transponder into the insert, then installing the insert into the trolley wheel.
A series of antennas and readers are placed by the monorail in specific areas on the kill floor and cooler.
Once an individual trolley with the transponder has passed a reader, an information data string can be attached to the specific trolley transponder identification.
That process is repeated from the kill floor through the cooler.
The information data string includes but is not limited to weight, grade, and defects of each carcass.
The data that has been collected can be analyzed for process improvement and to have a better control of the company’s bottom line.
This process is similar to Trolley Vision® the difference is simply how to best read the individual trolley for your facility.
Trolley Vision® uses a high definition camera to read a pattern of holes that have been drilled into each trolley.
Once the trolley has been read, the information data string is collected and processed.
Trolley Vision® RF: A radio frequency (RF) transponder is attached to each trolley. That trolley then passes by an antenna placed next to the monorail in a predetermined area.
Once the trolley passes the antenna that trolley is read and the data attached to the RF signal has been tracked.
Each trolley has a unique transponder number that allows the information to stay with the trolley.
Trolley Vision® – A unique nine hole pattern is manufactured into each trolley that when passing by a high speed camera reads the pattern and tracks that carcass or product information.