In early November, RST-Invent won an auction from Sberbank for the supply of RFID tags for marking cassettes for ATMs.
Each ATM cassette will be marked with an RFID tag. The unique identifier of the label is attached to the database with information on the denomination of banknotes in the cassette, the correspondence of the model of the ATM, accessory to a specific ATM, etc.
If the cartridge does not correspond to a specific ATM, the RFID reader sends a light signal to the collector. If, for some reason, an irrelevant cassette was inserted into the ATM, the RFID reader sends information about it to the bank’s information system. If jammed bills are found during the collection of empty cassettes at the CIC, the RFID tag will report a specific ATM in which this problem is observed.
Using RFID cassettes and a mobile reader, you can quickly search and inventory cassettes in warehouses and in vaults.
Deliveries of RFID tags for marking cassettes for ATMs will be made in early 2019.