After years of endeavor, SAG forges itself as the synonym of quality RFID transponders ranging from LF, HF, to UHF. Our product portfolio spans from Card, Keyfob, Tag, Label to NFC sensor-enabled items. Our products help echo the voices of demand from all sectors to make our life, work and play more convenient. We also create transponders for your unique and specialized purpose in the new application scope—IoT and Industry 4.0. Each product category involves our experience, knowledge and advanced technique to shape your concept into a real thing. We well prove ourselves in Access Control, Healthcare, Automation, Logistic, Industrial, Entertainment, and NFC with customers worldwide. Besides the conventional RFID transponders, we work with our clients in their project-based application from initiating to closing phase. To get this done, we blend our knowledge in material science, understanding on electrical character, and experience on production process. Also, we do more to cure an existing inconvenience which nobody challenges before. We are specialized in miniaturization, RF fine tuning, on-metal reading, roll-to-roll metal label, and high temperature PET card. We also provide value-added service such as doing personalization job by thermal transfer printing or encoding to the widely used chips. SAG is your one-roof store for RFID transponders.
Securitag Assembly Group is established.
Legic and Philips Mifare Arsenal certificates are acquired.
SAG is certified ISO 9001:2000 compliant.
SAG is approved to produce RFID transponders with SONY FeliCa chip.
SAG is certified ISO 9001:2008 compliant.
Smart label is added into our product portfolio.
SAG is certified IECQ QC080000:2005 compliant.
ISO 14001:2004 is introduced at SAG.
IPO is accomplished.
SAG is certified ISO14001:2004 compliant.
SONY Green Partner is achieved.
SAG is listed in Taipei Exchange.
SAG Japan is new open.
Member of AIM & RAIN RFID
SAG is a member of RAIN® RFID alliance and committed to advocate the RAIN technology to accelerate UHF RFID growth and universal adoption across many different vertical markets
on the path to The Internet of things (IoT).