Our company, Biovations, manufactures health-care products in Australia. We need to contact a passive RFID manufacturer with an emphasis on health care. Please advise.
—Kind regards, Ian
There are many, and it would be difficult to narrow down the list without knowing more precisely what you are trying to do. Therefore, I will provide some companies, and if none fit the bill, feel free to submit another question with more detail. Here are some passive RFID providers that focus on the health-care market, along with the products they offer:
• CipherLab: Handheld readers for health-care applications
• Coding France: Uniform-management system
• Data2 Corp.: Labels for blood bags and test tubes
• Farsens: Temperature sensors for monitoring refrigerated storage units
• HID Global: Ruggedized passive tags for health-care assets
• Information Mediary Corp.: Blister packs with RFID sensors for tracking when patients take their medication
• Jamison RFID: Portals for passive RFID readers
• Keonn Technologies: Smart shelves and panels
• Lucomm Technologies: Asset-management software
• Precision Dynamics Corp. (PDC): Patient wristbands
• RFTrail: Software for managing health-care assets
• Shanghai Quanray Electronics: RFID labels for pharmaceuticals and other items
• Star Systems International: Tags and readers for a variety of health-care applications
• StickNFind: RFID asset tags
• STid: Readers designed for medical waste collection and the identification of drugs, biologics and medical devices
• Tageos: Passive RFID labels for tissue samples, medical devices and other inventory items
• ThingMagic: Reader modules for cabinets and other storage units
• Venture Research: Ultra-thin reader for surgical instrument trays or working areas
• Videx: RF locks for valuable items and drugs
• Xerafy: Passive ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) tags for medical instruments
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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