RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology is increasingly used to identify, track and trace all kinds of goods, using wireless, contactless radio frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data. It takes the form of tags containing an antenna and a microchip. The chip stores the information in electronic form.
RFID tags or tickets are used in a wide range of sectors, mainly in the automotive, logistics and pharmaceutical industries. For example, an RFID tag is attached to a vehicle during production, enabling its progress down the assembly line to be tracked. High-value-added products stored in logistics warehouses are increasingly tracked by this type of tag. RFID tickets for tracking luggage during air travel are also enjoying strong growth.
For finishing your labels or inserting your inlays (antennas), Dorey Converting Systems’ rotary die-cutting and multilayer lamination machines enable continuous, reliable mass production of your simple or complex RFID/NFC labels. They are capable of achieving the highest tolerance levels (up to +/- 25µm) for your most demanding specifications.
Complementary solutions in the ongoing search for productivity in the High-tech RFID/NFC sector:
Fields marked with an asterisks (*) are required