In the future, there will be a greater need for RFID tagging!
Voyantic shows how production and encoding volumes can be increased without losing sight of quality nor the aspect of sustainability.
Voyantic, a company based in Finland with a global presence, supplies automated tools for RFID development and production processes. For the digital booth at the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2020, Voyantic's team has prepared a demonstration of a 4-line RAIN RFID tag personalization.
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"Daily production volumes of RAIN RFID are continuously increasing worldwide. In order to keep pace with the evolving tagging requirements in diverse market segments, we support manufacturers with solutions to ensure the reliability and flexibility even at high throughput rates," says Juho Partanen, Co-founder of Voyantic, explaining the background of the demonstration at the Voyantic digital booth.
Invocation in the Forum: Disposable Hang Tags Don’t Carry the Full Potential of RAIN Technology!
In his presentation on November 30th at the Wireless IoT Technology Forum, Juho Partanen will not only include highlights of the 4-line production from the Voyantic booth, but will also address a very specific topic.
"80 percent of the approximately 20 billion RAIN RFID tags produced annually are consumed by the retail sector. Of these 16 billion tags, around 80 percent are hang tag format that go into the trash can very soon after being sold. While this tagging approach well supports the applications across the retail supply chain, obviously it fails to support the application potential that RAIN technology offers for the item life cycle management after the point of sale, " says Juho Partanen.
Instead of using simple and inexpensive "disposable labels", the fashion industry in particular should consider durable tagging solutions, says the Co-Founder of Voyantic.
"Tags can be used now and in the future for smart closets, smart washing machines and other household applications. It doesn't matter whether such applications already exist - instead, we should start now into this future and build RAIN solutions that accompany products throughout their entire life".