We’ve included an overview of RFID and some jargon, benefits of RFID over traditional ID technologies, and some thoughts about selecting passive over active solutions.
You’ll also find instructions for applying and printing RFID tags, including guides to on-metal printers, and that cover surface preparation, application temperature, pressure and bonding time for adhesives.
Please let us know if there is anything you’d like.
Sense Condition-Temperature user guide
Deploying a successful RFID solution in harsh environments requires specific knowledge and considerations that can only be gained through extensive field application experience. Listen to Omni-ID’s presentation during the recent May 31, 2018 RFID Journal Virtual Event.
Learn about the synergy of Impinj, RFID Global Solutions and Omni-ID to provide a complete solution for your customer in the Data Center.
Omni-ID CEO George Daddis explains the Industrial Internet of Things (IIot) in this webinar from RFID Journal.
Deploying a successful RFID solution in harsh environments requires specific knowledge and considerations that can only be gained through extensive field application experience. Listen to Omni-ID’s presentation during the recent RFID Journal Event: RFID in Harsh Environments.
The Internet of Things can be used not only to track items and count inventories, but also provide enhanced visibility and real-time process control. Ed will be speaking about “on demand” manufacturing. Changes are coming rapidly in manufacturing and in order to gain efficiencies, we must be able to see, control and respond to real time demands.
Using specific examples from case studies, this presentation examines how Fortune 500 companies are embracing the IIoT to create dynamic, intelligent operational environments that are setting the standard for and leading the wave of 21st-century manufacturing in America.
Omni-ID’s comprehensive Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solution is one of the easiest and most obvious solutions enterprises are deploying to reduce operational costs and improve profitability.
Whether you are an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) who is source tagging assets for reverse logistics or as a service to your customers, or an end user in a hospital or datacenter, you may be considering embedded RFID for enhanced process visibility. Find out more about the “science” around embedded tagging and what to look for when considering embedding RFID into your products.
Omni- ID announces New High Temperature Tags. Let Omni-ID help you begin a checklist of information to define the key requirements necessary for an effective deployment of RFID in high temperature applications
A discussion of the benefits of adopting open standards for asset, equipment and material tracking in the Global Oil & Gas market.
New RFID Labels advance on-metal and on-liquid asset tracking capabilities. Featuring Impinj Monza® Chips and Omni-ID IQ 400 and IQ 600 Labels.
Find out how companies in the manufacturing and transportation industries, along with the United States Marine Corps, are successfully leveraging RFID to gain greater visibility into their supply chain.
A discussion of the RFID for manufacturing with Ed Nabrotzky, Chief Solutions Officer, Omni-ID.
A discussion of the next generation in RFID for manufacturing, including how new technologies facilitated by the Internet of Things can be used not only to track items and count inventories, but also to provide enhanced visibility and real-time process control.
From architecting a solution for asset tracking to MRO or meeting regulatory requirements, hear the ten best practices that every end user and solution provider should consider when implementing solutions in harsh conditions.
Listen to Tony Kington, Managing Director, Europe and EVP Sales for Omni-ID, as he talks about Omni-ID, the industry’s largest producer of rugged, industrial tags & high performance labels and the broadest, comprehensive suite of harsh environment products in the marketplace.
Jack Dowling, CEO of Votum Technology Group, an Omni-ID Partner, will speak about an oil services and equipment company and how they use RFID to increase utilization of assets and increase the asset data reliability to help improve materials management. Oilfield services industries can also benefit from RFID by providing an ongoing history of maintenance, repair and certifications for each and every asset.
With more than 1,100 traditional retail food stores that wear popular names like Acme, Albertsons, and Jewel-Osco under its corporate umbrella, Supervalu, Inc., of Eden Prairie, Minn., depends heavily on a smooth-running supply chain to get its food from the warehouse to the customer’s dinner table.
The largest data centers in the world are using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for IT asset management; and there are numerous companies claiming to have RFID tags designed for IT asset management. The RFID Network engineers did performance testing of commercially available RFID tags advertised as complying with the FSTC Guidelines for IT asset management.
Find out how tremendous benefits are being uncovered in the manufacturing, logistics, health-care, financial, pharmaceutical and entertainment industries, though practical demonstrations of use cases, as well as return-on-investment (ROI) calculations and feedback from Omni-ID’s customers.
Louis Sirico of RFID Wizards reviews the Ultra – the long-range tag with a read-range up to 100 feet.
Issues Facing IT Asset Managers (IAITAM), RFID Data Center Overview (IBM), Active versus Passive RFID Technologies for IT Asset Management (Omni-ID)
RFID tags track high-value assets in metal environments in places like data centers.
Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) is an award finalist and 2019 Runner Up in the Best RFID Implementation (Other Industry) award category for its demonstration of the true value RFID technology has delivered to the transportation industry.
Learn about how Passive, Active and Visual tagging systems are dramatically improving businesses.
Interested in finding out more about ROI’s and how RFID can help your business?
Learn how Omni-ID developed a passive long-range RFID tag for the USMC to track containers all around the world.
Product Benchmark Report by Industry Wizards and RFID Global Solutions.
Learn how RFID enables companies to reliably and cost-effectively identify where their physical assets are located.
Louis Sirico of IndustryWizards.com evaluated twelve commercially available Durable Asset Tags (Metal Mount and Submersible RFID tags).
Learn how RFID works, the difference between RFID types, and why metal and liquid cause so many problems for RFID.
A guide to the multi-faceted considerations of RFID implementation; selecting the right system for your environment.
Read how the deployment of long-range Omni-ID EPC Gen 2 tags expedites the loading and unloading of cargo.
Is your asset metal, plastic or wood? We make it easy to embed within your plastic mold tooling process. Is your asset used in a high temperature application, or a harsh environment?
Do you need integration with existing software, or complete implementation planning that meets your business requirements?
We also provide RFID readers, antennas including placement and installation, and other RFID hardware and hardware system design.
We’ve created customized, embedded solutions for optimal performance in golf balls, on drill pipes for oil and gas exploration, medical device trays and tires.
We’re confident we can build yours.