The identifier consists of two parts - a receiver that is installed on a vehicle (tractor, combine, tractor) or a stationary control point, and a wireless transmission tag that is installed on the object that needs to be identified (agricultural unit, trailer, grain truck, etc.). d.). When the tag falls within the range of the reader (adjustable from 2 to 20 meters), the receiver reads the unique code assigned to the tag and transmits it to the monitoring system, where, based on the received information, the object on which the tag is installed is uniquely identified.
BTR / BTT wireless identifiers are used in GPS-monitoring systems for automatic identification of trailed equipment and use in "home-stranger" identification systems.
Areas of application:
Automatic identification of trailed and mounted units for further recording and analysis of agricultural operations performed, control of harvest (identification of own / foreign grain trucks)
Intercity and international transportation
Automatic detection of trailers, fuel tanks, refrigerators, etc. for control and analysis of performed works
In warehouse logistics
Identification of containers and other cargo during movements inside the warehouse.