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ROCHESTER, NY – Omni-ID, the original inventor of the on-metal tag and leading global supplier of high-performance, RFID tags and visual tagging systems has announced its support for the IEEE 802.15.4f-2012 standard to increase interoperability for asset tracking using active RFID based tags and systems. The company today also announced . . . → Read More: Omni-ID Promotes Open Standards Approach to Active RFID – BWWGeeksWorld
Vancouver. BC (PRWEB) June 11, 2014 GuardRFID and Omni-ID announced today that they have completed interoperability testing of their products based on the IEEE 802.15.4f-2012 standard. The testing, carried out by …
via GuardRFID and Omni-ID Demonstrate Interoperability Between Their Products Based on the IEEE 802.15.4f-2012 Standard.
The companies have released new adhesives and tag-manufacturing equipment that support the use of smaller passive UHF RFID chips and enable faster production speeds.
via DELO and MÃ¼hlbauer Work to Lower Tag Costs – RFID Journal.
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via The Top 7 Reasons Retailers Implement RFID [New E-Book].