Fully automated logistic system

Prepare for the future.
Introducing the world of RFID.

Our world asks for smart technology. The solution to complex problems is not more complexity. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) connects assets, shipments and operations worldwide to the Internet of Things (IoT). Smart solutions, for complex problems.

Hardware

Reliability and accuracy.

Needles to say, Beam only works with top notch hardware and suppliers. Since every installation site differs, we always assess what equipment suffices for each case. This way you are assured of a cost-effective, yet powerful system. After all, ensuring continuity of your business is a crucial ingredient of our service formula.

RFID Portals.
A gateway to efficient operations.

RFID portals log data automatically and lets you and your employees focus on the tasks that matter most. Advanced and accurate shipment tracking in your warehouse, supply-chain or around the world.

Proven performance to make your everyday work easier.

Reader

RFID readers are the ‘brains’ of an RFID system. A reader generates and processes the radio signals that are sent and received. The received signals are sent to the software that takes care of further filtering and the visualization of data.

Antenna

The antenna emits the radio signal and is optimally positioned to read all the tagged items that pass by. Sometimes 2 or 4 antennas are needed per ‘checkpoint’in the warehouse or supply chain to ensure all items are identified.

Printer

RFID labels are printed just like normal labels or stickers, but carry an embedded RFID tag. Labels can be printed in different sizes or for different environments and are attached to the to be tracked items, cases, crates or pallets.

Tag

RFID tags ‘reflect’ the radio signal emitted by the antenna and all have a unique ID. Tags come in all sorts and sizes and differ in price, performance and rigidness. We have tested the tags we use to select the best tags for each application.

Proven performance to make your everyday work easier.

Reader

Antenna

RFID labels are printed just like normal labels or stickers, but carry an embedded RFID tag. Labels can be printed in different sizes or for different environments and are attached to the to be tracked items, cases, crates or pallets.

Printer

Tag

RFID readers are the ‘brains’ of an RFID system. A reader generates and processes the radio signals that are sent and received. The received signals are sent to the software that takes care of further filtering and the visualization of data.

The antenna emits the radio signal and is optimally positioned to read all the tagged items that pass by. Sometimes 2 or 4 antennas are needed per ‘checkpoint’in the warehouse or supply chain to ensure all items are identified.

RFID tags ‘reflect’ the radio signal emitted by the antenna and all have a unique ID. Tags come in all sorts and sizes and differ in price, performance and rigidness. We have tested the tags we use to select the best tags for each application.

Software

Visual control.

Great software gives you great control. We believe software should be well-designed and easy to use. Each business and operation is amazingly different. Therefor, our software is tailored-to-fit and developed in close collaboration with you.

Software

Visual control.

Great software gives you great control. We believe software should be well-designed and easy to use. Each business and operation is amazingly different. Therefor, our software is tailored-to-fit and developed in close collaboration with you.