Are you up to date on the latest regulations and best practices for using passive RFID in hazardous areas?

Are you up to date on the latest regulations and best practices for using passive RFID in hazardous areas?

Check out the new whitepaper from our partner, Extronics where they answer the question: Do passive RFID tags need to be certified? Many Omni-ID RFID tags, certified safe by Extronics, are highlighted in the paper.

Maybe you have a harsh environment application right now! We are here to help you identify the RFID requirements, conduct real-world tests, and implement the right strategy and infrastructure.

View our recent RFID webinar: RFID in Harsh Environments to learn more.

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