MONTPELLIER, FRANCE and RALEIGH, USA (December, 2016) – Tageos, a cutting edge RFID tag manufacturer of 100% paper-based UHF RFID labels, announced today the successful completion of product testing in the ARC program at the Auburn University RFID lab. The EOS-400 product passed all 11 categories related to various use cases for RFID within retail environments.
Tageos’ globally patented manufacturing process removes the need for the plastic carrier layer found in etched RFID products. This simplifies manufacturing and uses 50% less glue, no plastic, and creates 90% less waste when compared to traditional RFID labels and tags. As the results of the ARC testing have shown, all of this is done without impacting performance.
“Having a product meet or exceed the performance requirements for all 11 ARC categories is a great accomplishment for Tageos. It allows retailers and their suppliers to confidently use Tageos RFID products and realize the benefits of our innovative, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly labels and tags” says Matthieu Picon, CEO at Tageos.
About ARC program
The RFID Lab at Auburn University is a research institute focusing on the business case and technical implementation of RFID in retail, aerospace, and manufacturing. The Auburn RFID Lab has worked with the world's leading retailers, suppliers, and technology providers for more than a decade. RFID performance and quality testing has been a staple of the RFID lab under the ARC program. The ARC program has served as the global benchmark for RFID performance, utilized by the majority of RFID-enabled retailers, as well as every major RFID tag manufacturer.
Tageos designs, manufactures and sells globally patented 100% paper-based passive UHF RFID labels for item-level tagging of consumer goods and business assets that are significantly lower-cost yet match the performance of alternative plastic inlay-based tags. The Tageos product range of ready-to-use RFID labels is extensive, allowing customers to conveniently label a variety of items of various shapes and sizes. Leading RFID labs, including the University of Auburn (ARC) and the European EPC Competence Center (EECC), certify Tageos’ labels. Tageos is a member of the RAIN RFID Alliance. For more information about Tageos, visit: www.tageos.com or follow us on Twitter @Tageos. Tageos is a registered trademark of Tageos SAS.
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