WinWare's CribMaster AccuCab2D uses RFID technology to manage tools, spare parts or any indirect material
WinWare's CribMaster AccuCab2D uses RFID technology to manage tools, spare parts or any indirect material at the point of use. The AccuCab2D consists of a double-walled cabinet internally equipped with four RFID Antennae and electronic door locks. When a user walks up to the cabinet, he or she must identify themselves prior to the door(s) being unlocked. They can do this by using a touch-screen monitor mounted on the door or by scanning their employee badge. Once the doors are unlocked, the user opens the door(s) to find inventory (that is tagged using Passive Gen2 Tags) on adjustable shelving. The user removes the inventory and shuts the door(s). The inventory is automatically adjusted, and the inventory is accounted. The same procedure takes place when returning an item. The user identifies who they are to the system and then clicks “open” to unlock the door(s). The user places the item back on the shelving in any location.