Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Streamline processes - remove the human error
Everyone’s RFID requirements are specific to their needs and are generally unique in some way. Intelli Labs specializes in adapting the RFID technologies available and customizing the solution to you. We offer a complete set of solutions, from hardware to software, of course including our consultancy, analysis and implementation support to make sure the integration of automatic identification (Auto ID) and data collection within your processes is done smoothly.
Today's challenge - finding the right solution
RFID is a growing technology that is used for more and more applications. But the fact that it is based on radio waves makes it sensitive to external factors. It still requires the fine tuning of antennas and readers in order to achieve a high rate of read success. The bad news is, there is and maybe never will be a one-size-fit all solution for RFID. Implementing the right technology and developing the appropriate software is the specialty of Intelli Labs when applying RFID to laboratory problems. Browse through our application list and find out the most adapted solution to company's reality or look for further information about the technology itself.
XTC-ID Technolgy - stay tuned
The RFID technology has many advantages against standard barcoding. Furthermore we at Intelli Labs observed a strong need from our users, to implement RFID in areas of very high and/or very low temperatures, which mostly came across with harsh environments too. For those special markets, our "eXtended Temperature Chip" (XTC-ID) will come to live during an INTERREG V project funded by the European Union.
Based on our patent, some prototypes of a new ceramic tag were already developed, which withstand cyclic temperature changes as high as +400°C without failures. These fully hermetic sealed TAG's showed already storage temperature ranges from -196°C in liquid nitrogen up to +400°C in GC oven. Due to the used Si-Chip, the highest working temperature for read-/write operations was around +150°C. This is only ten degrees under the theoretical temperature barrier of +160°C, where the Si atom lattice vibrations overlaid the electron movement of the semiconductor material. Depending from customer requirements, the TAG in the release version could also be configured for NFC compatible hardware like Android Smartphones.