New RFID Labels Advance On-Metal and On-Liquid Asset Tracking Capabilities

October 19, 2012
In this webinar recording you will learn about two new ultrathin RFID labels designed specifically for tagging metal and liquid based objects. Yes, that's correct, Metal and Liquid! With Omni-ID's new IQ 400 and IQ 600 RFID labels, powered by the Impinj Monza® 4QT® tag chip, keeping track of challenging items has never been easier. In fact, these labels are so thin they can be commissioned using a thermal barcode printer, reducing your overall costs and simplifying your RFID deployment. What you'll learn - Why Monza chips enable superior performance - Challenges of tracking metal and liquid based items - Why the IQ400 and IQ600 are the optimal choice - Pricing & availability Featured Speakers - Nikhil Deulkar, Monza Sr. Product Line Manager -- Impinj, Inc. - Paul Clarke, Product Director -- Omni-ID - Andre Cote, Vice President of Business Development -- Omni-ID For more information about Impinj RFID products and Impinj Monza RFID tag chips, please visit http://www.impinj.com/Monza. For more information about the Omni-ID IQ 400 and IQ 600 RFID labels, please visit http://www.omni-id.com
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