At Prosign RFID we constantly test the performance, durability and stability of new products, so that we are always certain that the products we recommend provide the optimal solution. Our test room also enables us to offer some preliminary tests for products which our customers are considering for RFID tagging. This way we can quickly establish which tags and readers are most suited for each task.
Our RFID test and showroom is a very good place to start if you are considering RFID as a solution to your specific challenges. Here you have the opportunity to see and test a number of RFID products, and also to consult one of our technicians regarding the possibilities and limitations of RFID based on UHF.
A visit to our RFID test and show room is free of charge and typically lasts 1 to 1½ hours – Click here to book a time.
Before choosing which RFID equipment to purchase and install, it is of utmost importance to identify the requirements and wishes you have for the entire solution, and in particular for the RFID equipment. A wide variety of RFID tags and RFID readers are available, also in various price classes. Without the necessary expertise, you risk investing in equipment which either does not function as intended or is more expensive than it needs to be. Obviously, the purchasing price of each RFID component is important, but buying the wrong RFID hardware – irrespective of the price – is always a waste of money.
Prosign RFID assists a number of companies in specifying requirements and selecting RFID hardware, just as we are happy to develop a project plan for the tests, installation, integration and commissioning of the RFID solution at the site. In other words: you can avoid a bad investment by leaving the work and responsibility for the success of the project to Prosign RFID.
One of the most important requirements for a successfully implemented RFID project is a comprehensive requirement specification and a thorough test. “A thorough test” is a test which is carried out at the customer’s premises, at the actual positions and on the actual items, using realistic conditions. In other words, test results can vary greatly, and test carried out in an empty warehouse, or at a quiet time with no activities, can show very different results to a test carried out in the normal operating environment, with a realistic activity level.
Knowledge about the particular RFID equipment is another important factor. One does not want to be forced to discard a project because the staff performing the test is not sufficiently educated to configure and use the RFID equipment optimal. Our recommendation for tests, just as for specification requirements, is to get assistance from qualified technicians. Prosign RFID technicians can assist in the actual testing and ensure the best result, in order to have a reliable basis for further development.