Kiwi company makes headlines with RFID

The replacement of silicon chips in the tags means lower cost and better read range, according to the company. RFID is already one of the major buzzwords in the world of packaging as it overtakes the traditional barcode while bringing in new applications at the same time.

With its revolutionary technology, which the company is being careful not to reveal in great detail, Sandtracker says it will be working with the RFID standards body to ensure that it conforms with their values.

The Sandtracker RFID uses a quartz crystal diode rather than a silicon chip, a technology which it says gives a stronger signal.

The exceptional read range of the tags and the groundbreaking technology mean that Sandtracker has opened itself up for a range of new and innovative applications from around the world.

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