ADASA is developing RFID robots to efficiently improve inventory and location accuracy in brick & mortar retail stores.
With double-digit ecommerce growth, consumers expect more from retail. ADASA meets the omnichannel commerce need for brick & mortar retailers by supplying retail store inventory data using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions.
Using inventory scan data from EPC RFID tags to identify retail stores' inventory, online sellers can assure consumers that what they are looking for is actually in stock.
ADASA has solved an important problem that is inherent in conventional RFID readers that use circularly polarized antennae.
ADASA is developing an omni-directional, holonomic robot with six-degrees of freedom for smooth movement through retail stores.
Our plan is to invest in another research and development cycle to reduce the manufacturing cost of this robot.
ADASA is developing RFID scanners to overcome inventory and location accuracy problems due to radio beam anomolies.
This dual-headed RFID scanner has ultra high RadioClarity® because there are no periodic nulls. Conventional CP antennae use a corkscrew rotating electric field to read both horizontal and vertical tag orientations, resulting in polarization misalignments with linearly polarized RFID tags every quarter wavelength, making return signals faint and noisy, thus preventing accurate determination of asset locations.
Two narrow radio beams having linear polarizations accurately determine X,Y,Z location of tagged assets. This eliminates location ambiguity and spatial polarization
vector noise from the cork screw affect of conventional circularly polarized antennae.
Our patents describe the use of several sensors to determine indoor location of the scanner without the benefit of using GPS.
ADASA teaches this in US Patents 10,050,330B2 and 10,476,130 and 10,846,497.
Our plan is to invest in another research and development cycle to reduce the manufacturing cost of this scanner and the rather exotic design of the DLP915A1 antenna.