Omni-ID

Omni-ID

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Omni-ID has developed original, patented technologies for on-metal and visual tagging to enable a broad range of applications to improve asset tracking, supply chain management and material flow management. Omni-ID is the leading supplier of RFID tags and ProVIEW material flow management solutions for Manufacturing & Logistics, Energy, IT Assets and Tool Tracking. Omni-ID's versatile family of products provides a complete range of tags and solutions for tracking and identification challenges, with unprecedented accuracy, in any environment. For more information, visit www.omni-id.com External Link.
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2019
31 Oct 2019

RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das
2012
8 Nov 2012

Intelligent Supply Chains - Standards, Technologies and Killer Applications for Active RFID

Omni-ID, United Kingdom
2010
29 Sep 2010

RFID Saves Oil Companies Time and Money

Omni-ID, United Kingdom
2009
8 May 2009

Report on Active & Intelligent Packaging, 2009

2008
1 Oct 2008

RFID in the Data Center (Joint presentation)

Omni-ID / IBM
17 Sep 2008

Ruggedised and apparel RFID become popular

At Europe's largest RFID conference, RFID Europe, in Cambridge UK 30th September - 1 October, the most impressive users, developers and suppliers of ruggedised and apparel RFID will present their new advances and view of the future.
16 Sep 2008

Ruggedised and Apparel RFID Become Popular

The IDTechEx Knowledgebase of over 3,500 RFID projects in 109 countries illustrates how this market of over $5 billion is rapidly diversifying.
7 Jul 2008

New technology powers big RFID orderbook

New antenna advances will be covered at RFID Europe later this year - presentations include Leonhard Kurz of Germany developers of printed RFID and other futuristic capabilities. You can also visit Conductive Inkjet Technology which has new antenna technology and Marshall Aerospace.
27 Jun 2008

New technology powers big RFID order book

One million transistors is not enough for the RFID chip in the new e-passports because, increasingly, they have to double as driver's licenses, multipurpose cards and other media.
2007
19 Sep 2007

Passive UHF Tagging in Harsh Environments

Omni-ID, Ventures, United Kingdom
17 Sep 2007

Omni-ID, United Kingdom