Custom RFID Solutions

Enterprise organizations are often challenged with unique requirements when designing and deploying an RFID solution. We can help! With a focus on open, standards-based RFID readers, sensors, and other embedded and low cost computing technologies, we are committed to providing customers with the products and architectural guidance to succeed.

Our product architecture provides a future-proof choice, accommodating evolving RFID standards, new RFID tags, security advancements, and other system and technology innovation. We’ve developed our products for the most demanding high volume applications and our consulting and design services consistently exceed the needs of clients with seemingly impossible sensor and embedded technology related challenges. Whether you are investigating RFID for the first time or have an evolved RFID practice, we have the products, expertise and experience to help you develop applications, deploy solutions and optimize performance.

Our solutions capabilities include systems design, RFID hardware (readers, tags, antennas), database web hosting, integration with third-party systems, and installation and maintenance services.

We have a long track record of successful deployments in the RFID industry in environments ranging from distribution centers to shopping carts and pickup trucks. But don't just take our word for it. For more information on solutions developed by ThingMagic and with our partners, check out the following case studies, application notes, and solution briefs:


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RFID Demand Increasing

"Month to month, we're seeing demand for RFID label applications that extend far beyond traditional retail and supply chain use. In addition to CPG suppliers, manufacturers and retailers, our RFID customers include businesses in the food industry, pharmaceuticals, healthcare and other markets, using RFID for inventory control, asset tracking, document tracking, and even patient tracking. When they see a demonstration of a 10-second RFID scan of a rack of products versus a 10-minute manual bar code scan of the same rack, they're eager to adopt RFID and customize an application for their specific use."

-- Stephen Hull, Sato America