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A South African company at the forefront of UHF RFID developments, founded in 1994

RFID Technologies manufacture and distribute globally UHF RFID
systems that operate over long ranges(up to 13 meters for a passive credit card sized transponder).
RFID Technologies also provide software starter kits to interface equipment
to the internet for those not skilled in software development.

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1 Sept 2016Cowtrack monitoring system for cattle and sheep

1 Sept 2016 Calling all farmers - Ecoantelope(tm) passive RFID management of wild game in a remote field

15 July 2016 Development of Solar-powered standalone UHF RFID reader

25 May 2016 Development of passive UHF RFID animal eartag for cattle and wild game

22 April 2016 Developement of new Ecocattle(tm) passive RFID eartag for cattle and wild game

19 December 2015 Using RFID to mark safe routes through landmines for vehicles - request from United Nations

19 October 2015 The rewards of using established component suppliers

22 June 2015 RFID controls unmanned heavy vehicles

28 April 2014 New rules for transporting Lithium batteries

28 April 2014 Converting solar energy to useful electricity

23 November 2013 Cell-ID - new form of location device

6 June 2013 Tracking nuclear waste containers

27 March 2013 Choosing the correct RFID operating frequency

5 February 2013 Linking Android tablets to RFID readers

2 October 2012 Manufacturing costs of a very low cost transponder

27 August 2012 Timing at the Olympics and the use of RFID

27 August 2012 Tracking Players and ball in a soccer game

20 July 2012 RFID for data collection or clever application

18 April 2012 Marking yachts,boats,soft drink fridges, LDV canopies

18 April 2012 GSM Camera developments

28 Nov 2011 Recent applications - Notebook barrier systems to prevent valuable assets from being removed from premises

11 June 2011 White paper on applying UHF RFID to timing applications

2 June 2011 Tracking of notebooks

2 June 2011 Timing of sports events

2 June 2011 Locating buried services

21 February 2010 Expanding the abilities of RFID

26 May 2009 RFID Technologies develop passive transponder with 25 meter range attached to metal

24 April 2009 Development directions for RFID

31st October 2008 Sports Timing

9 September 2008 Notetrack(tm) - A laptop tracking software/hardware system in a box

5 August 2008 Find-a-tag features added to RFIDasset management system

22 July 2008 Implementing asset tracking systems

8 May 2008 - RFIDasset(tm) - Complete (hardware & software) asset management system in a box

11th April 2007 - RFID Technologies provide simple software packages to implement readers in applications

Asset tracking For monitoring the identity of assets such as test equipment,computers,office furniture. Add software to upload asset register, scan office to identify items in rooms as listed in asset register, download to host system to update asset register.RFIDasset(tm) Sports timing For timing marathon races, road running races, mountain bike races, go kart races, MotoX races. Use RFID system to identify the competitors and link to a PC to provide a complete timing system with database management.White paper on applying UHF RFID to timing applications
Laptop tracking Tired of those small laptops being illegally removed from your offices and reported as lost? Use RFID system to detect laptop passing through access doorways and stop removal.Notetrack(tm) Notebarrier(tm) Logistics With tags attached to the parcels/boxes of goods being transported through your warehouse/storage facility, a computer system can process data from the reader to quickly and automatically identify goods passing past the scanner to automate the process of tracking packages.
Pallets With tags attached to the pallets on which goods are being stored and transported, a system of automatically tracking the progress of consignments can be built using transponder tags that can be reused. Trees Using RFID tags items in traditionally difficult situations for labelling can now be accurately tagged and monitored. An example is the tagging of individual trees in a forest so that they can be individually tracked as assets in an asset register
Toll Roads Transponders attached to the windscreen of a car can be read at distances as far as 15 meters and at speeds up to 200kph. This allows a computer system to identify vehicles using certain roads or allow vehicle access through control booms. Access control Transponders as part of personal access badges, or attached to vehicles, can form the core of an automated access control system
Wild animal monitoring Transponders attached to wild animals such as Elk, Rhinos and the like, allow zoologist to remotely monitor the migration paths of the animal with minimal humal intervention Productivity enhancement Transponders attached to objects under constructions (motor vehicles for example) allow computers to monitor and measure the productivity of each stage in the manufacturing process.
Library books Transponders attached to library books allow an automated control system for the flow of the books and the finding of the manuscripts to be implimented in a library Tyres Transponders inserted into the walls of tyres allow the identitiy of the tyre to be determined remotely via a computer, asssiting in the delivery logistics of the tyres, and to verify that tyres have not been swopped/stolen on hired vehicles.
Cattle Particularly with the appearance of deseases such as BSE, it is becoming a requirement that all cattle reared for the human food chain are to be tagged from birth to death to enable computer tracking of the geographical history of the animal Proof of identity Transponders embedded in the fibreglass mouldings of capital assets such as boats, yachts, vehicles, and aircraft allow ownership to be proven in the event of the item being stolen and relabelled to hide its true identity.
Customs locking Transponders that are destroyed when tampered with can be used as anti-tamper seals on monitored goods, such as shipping containers, money, gold and diamond transit cases. This allows the integrity to be checked remotely often and identitfy the stage in transport should there be any tampering with the products. EPC Although the eventual product of the RFID system will be the automation of the grocery retail chain, and although RFID Technology transponders can hold data that is compatible with the proposed EPC system, RFID Technologies are very environmentally friendly causing minimal interference with other users and at this time are not compatible with the high interference EPC tags proposed.

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Ordering a system Buy a system, plug in mains and a computer to have an operational RFID system for your computer network. Product list Transponders and readers availalble from RFID Technologies
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Contact details Need to send us an email, post us a letter, or deliver a package? Patents Patents are a very important part of technology development - RFID Technologies hads and does play an important part in leading the way.
Shelfedge labelling A novel system under development for the labelling of prices and pictures of goods on the shelves of the supermarket aisles under computer control Microchip Design Consultants RFID Technologies are a factory appointed consultant by Microchip,Az,USA
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Contact Phone numbers (South Africa)
Tel (SOUTH AFRICA) 010 237 0676 OR 010 237 0675 OR 072 992 6040
(Note to South African users 010 is a new exchange series for Telkom in Gauteng to extend the 011 series)
Intnl Tel +27 10 237 0675
Fax (SOUTH AFRICA) 086 617 8002
Intnl fax +27 86 617 8002
Contact Email (South Africa)
info@rf-id-systems.com

Trolley Scan (Pty) Ltd (Mirror1)( (Mirror2) can provide additional UHF reader systems and UHF RFID radar systems(RTLS) (Mirror1)(Mirror2) (Real time locating systems) using the same reader/transponder technology.

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