Lots of businesses are stuck between a rock called strained supply chains and a hard place known as swiftly rising demand for sustainable products. Fortunately, both the rock and the hard place can be bridged with RFID inlays – especially when Tageos EOS Zero™ inlays come in play.
Gray markets are more than annoying for international brands. They are poison for their bottom line and call for an effective remedy. Our partner Cisper has selected Tageos EOS-241 U9 ETSI inlays as a key ingredient of a remedial solution conceived for a well-known clothing brand.
This fall, Tageos successfully passed the ARC quality requirements for the design and manufacture of RFID inlays for the third time in a row. This is a perfect occasion to take a closer look at the ARC program and to shed light on its specific customer benefits.
The market offers several tire tagging RFID inlays. Now, Tageos presents a product that stands out from its segment: EOS-460 U9 complies with ARC Spec T to meet tire industry requirements and features a unique size-performance ratio in inventory control applications for rubberized items.
Tageos and Auburn University: Reasons to Party Together
The world of RFID gravitates around the RFID Lab at Auburn University. The opportunity to provide Auburn University’s Spring Commencement Ceremony 2022 with RFID inlays as a customer is hence a privilege and an honor, as well as a challenge. This May, it was bestowed upon the latest ARC Advisory Board member: Tageos.
Anticipating Customer Needs with Innovative Products
A few months ago, Tageos welcomed its new investor Fedrigoni Group. Now, new RAIN RFID (UHF) products deliver on both companies’ promise to accelerate sustainable growth and -- even better -- to meet the latest market requirements such as for on-metal use, food supply chains and other applications.
Joining Like-minded Leaders in the World’s RFID Hotspot
It's maybe a small news item, but surely a great honor: Auburn University has announced Tageos as a new member of its RFID Lab advisory board. For the long-time supporter of Auburn’s ARC program and holder of a corporate-level ARC Quality Certification, this is an accolade – and a promise to RFID end users.
Passive Sensor Inlays: The Next Big Thing in RFID?
Though not entirely new, RAIN RFID (UHF) passive sensor inlays are experiencing a notable increase in demand. Tageos has the perfect answer to that demand – its EOS-840 sensor products enable novel use cases through innovative sensing capabilities for temperature, strain, and ambient light.
The RFID Inlay Healthcare and Pharma Have Been Waiting For
Beyond any doubt, the healthcare and pharma segments are among the most promising growth areas for RFID. Tracking and tracing of pharmaceutical items on a unit-of-use basis offers particularly exciting business opportunities – that can best be seized with Tageos’ new EOS-202 inlay.
Sustainable RFID Inlays: Why is Tageos the Market Leader?
No question: Demand for sustainable inlays is increasing. Yet, the question of the best source of such RFID products remains. Here’s the answer: It’s Tageos - due to its EOS Zero™ portfolio, the market’s broadest offer of highly sustainable RAIN RFID inlays.
Just RFID Inlays and Tags. Just More User-Friendly!
At Tageos, it’s all about RFID technology – and about a new corporate design and communication approach that provides optimum customer service and the best possible access to Tageos’ products and services. Our website plays a pivotal role in that.
Making a Difference in Trilliott’s Tracking System at Schaeffler
When it comes to tracking solutions in manufacturing environments, RFID inlays are mainly judged by range and performance – traditional strengths of Tageos’ products. Trilliott relied on these advantages and used Tageos EOS-500 inlays in its successful dunnage tracking solution for Schaeffler.