A new website you can identify with

A new website you can identify with

A new website you can identify with.


In these unusual times our Engineering department have been able to spend even more time undisturbed in the lab working on game changing RFID and IoT solutions but our Marketing Department have been busy too.

The result is a refresh of our color scheme and brand identity and a complete re-vamp of our website that has a bold new look, new functionality and easier ‘user journey’ plus:-

  • There is a new search facility that makes it easier to pinpoint the right product from our ever-growing range.
  • There is a lot of new video content explaining t
    he different technologies and also from customers talking about how we have helped them.
  • The site is now more responsive to different size screens so it’s easier to use if you are viewing whilst on the move on a smart phone or tablet.

We’d love to know your feedback – email marketing@omni-id.com with any comments.

Thanks for reading and we hope you like the new website.

Recent Blog Posts

Countering the Counterfeiters

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Omni-ID joins HID Global to help create a true RFID Powerhouse

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How Omni-ID supports an array of IoT technologies to meet customers’ needs

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