We specialise in the development of RFID solutions, that increase the efficiency of processes and save money. RFID solutions can be useful in all industries and for all size business. We have focused on designing Radio Frequency Identification solutions in connection with events management.
What is RFID?
RFID means “Radio-frequency identification” and it refers to a technology that, with the help of radio waves, detects and identifies RFID tags on a certain distance depending on the technology.
It’s a technology that we use everyday. When we pay with a “contactless” bank card we use RFID technology . When we go shopping, RFID tags are on clothes to keep them safe and don’t get stolen. If we have access control in the office it is usually contactless cards, using RFID technology…
Types of RFID
LF – low frequency: It covers the ranges between 30 and 300 kHz. It enables reading distances up to few cm, but has slower reading capabilities.
HF – High frequency: Covers the ranges between 3 and 30 MHz. Reading distance can reach up to 1 m. Best known technology from HF is NFC that is used in bank cards and in mobile phones and it works at a frequency of 13.56 MHz.
UHF – Ultra high frequency: covers the ranges between 0.3 and 3 GHz and can read the data on a distance up to 15 m. This technology is the most vulnerable to disturbances in the environment.
Our Custom Solution
using the UHF RFID technology
Our Heat Mapping tool is perfect for all size exhibitions and shows. It provides relevant and real-time information about your attendee movement. In which area they spent most time, which sections of the area are over full and how long someone was inside a certain hall. This is what we use for our EventIDtrack component for the IDConference solution for the best event management possible.
We built a custom Tool Cart equipped with UHF tags and antennas inside the cart to know exactly which tools are inside the cart and how long they have been outside the cart. We can also tell if a tool is missing at the end of each day, how long each tool was used- info for potential calibration and who are the users of a specific tool.