It validates something we’ve known for a long time, that Metalcraft’s RFID tags are in line with, and often perform better, than other manufacturers’ tags.
Mason City, Iowa (PRWEB) April 29, 2016
According to a new research study, Metalcraft, a manufacturer of customized asset tags, has one of the most precise and reliable lines of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags. The study, conducted by the University of Texas in Arlington, tested three of Metalcraft’s Universal RFID tags against the top traditional RFID tags on the market.
As RFID technology continues to mature, more companies are looking to implement the technology. RFID asset management is highly efficient and easy to use thanks to automatic identification and a non-line-of-sight signal.
The study looked at 10 different RFID tags from the top manufactures and measured them for parameters including distance, orientation and material. Metalcraft had three tags in the study: the Universal, the Universal Mini, and the Universal Hard. All three tags consistently ranked among the top five, with the Universal Hard Tag consistently ranked in the top two. Overall, Metalcraft’s Universal tags performed as well as or better than the traditional RFID tags tested.
When asked about the study, Steve Doerfler, Metalcraft’s President & CEO, said, “I’m very pleased with outcome of the study. It validates something we’ve known for a long time, that Metalcraft’s RFID tags are in line with, and often perform better, than other manufacturers’ tags.” Metalcraft continually seeks to refine and improve its products, offering proven, industry-leading RFID solutions to customers around the globe.
Metalcraft’s entire line of Universal RFID tags will be on display at RFID Journal LIVE! 2016 in Orlando, Florida, at Booth #938. Additional details, including the full study results and methodologies, are available at http://www.universalrfid.com/universal-performance.