RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification, an automatic identification technology that uses radio waves to transfer digital information between a tag and reader. An RFID tag is comprised of two parts - an antenna for transmitting and receiving signals, and an RFID chip which stores the tag's ID and other information.
RFID is used in hundreds of applications worldwide and comes in various forms: Low Frequency (LF), High Frequency (HF), and Ultra High Frequency (UHF). HF tags at 13.56 MHz are most commonly used in venues and festivals with a read/write range of just a few inches, high storage capacities, and fast data writing. These advanced capacities make RFID extremely quick and accurate, requiring little-to-no effort on the part of the staff or guests to use effectively.