This October will be another big month for SAG. RFID & Wireless IoT Tomorrow will be held in Darmstadt, Germany from Oct. 29th to 30th. This show acts as the meeting point to bring the top players in RFID industry all together. With informative conferences and exhibitions in two days, visitors can stay up-to-date to the advanced technologies and generate more ideas for applications or unsolved problems. SAG truly values the show and has good result from our previous presences by talking to solution providers, end users and experts. SAG also regards RFID& Wireless IoT Tomorrow as a platform to showcase our firepower and the breakthrough we have made after another year.
In 2018 edition, RAIN RFID Overmolded Uni Metal Tag played the keynote in SAG stand and forum speech. We impressed visitors with its reading capability from behind metal by live demo and video evidence. In line with our commitment to be the most trustworthy RFID transponder solution provider, we have come up with RAIN RFID Overmolded Brick Metal Tag-P, the next generation on-metal solution, this year to steal the show. This Tag outperforms its predecessor in reading capability from a dense metal environment. We see this tag is ideal for asset management, process control and industrial purpose.
Besides this, we introduce label which ignores water interference, and bring card and wristband that sees no reading distance drop on human body to realize hands-free applications for gateway passing. And we customize one tag for both metal and non-metal asset management to benefit the logistic world. We are capable of taking out the hiccups people face when they plan to implement RFID but the environmental challenges just don’t agree.
You are highly welcome to our stand and find a product solution that turns impossible into possible.
# RFID Tomorrow
SAG is granted as NXP Advanced Partner, SONY Green Partner, Arsenal-certified and CQM card manufacturer, ISO 9001:2015 , ISO 13485 and IECQ QC080000. We also join global alliances such as RAIN RFID, and NFC Forum to join conferences and exhibitions to team up with others in the RFID community to make all things connected.