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Shop a complete RFID solution from a single source. Our solutions experts will work with you to identify the right tags, readers, and software for your RFID application.

Complete RFID Technology Systems: Tags, Printers, Readers & Software

RFID technology is ideal for busy, high-volume operations that require automated, comprehensive data capture. However, getting started with RFID technology requires a little more leg work than more than buying a reader and slapping a tag on what you want to track. Our solutions are strategically designed for your requirements, meaning we take the time to evaluate which combination of RFID hardware, tags, and software will work best for your application.

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RFID labels and tags serve as the building blocks of your system. Accurate RFID data collection hinges on the durability and readability of your labels, so preliminary tag testing is often necessary. RFID tags are either active or passive. Active tags are continuously broadcast to readers, while passive tags are only read when in the range of a reader. Beyond active and passive functionality, tags can also have different form factors.

  • Adhesive Labels – have an embedded passive RFID tag, enabling tracking once the label is affixed to items. Adhesive labels are available in various sizes, label materials, and adhesive strengths for a variety of tracking applications.
  • Specialty Labels – are designed to withstand extreme environments, RFID disruptors, or unique deployments. Our labeling experts can help you choose the right label based on your application, provide custom design and formatting, and even test it in your environment.
  • Hard Tags –   are durable, rigid, encased tags that withstand harsh environments and handling. RFID hard tags are built to be rugged and durable. They are designed to withstand exposure to elements like water, dust, chemicals, and temperature variations, making them suitable for outdoor and industrial applications.

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RFID printers combine traditional printing capabilities with RFID encoding functionality, allowing users to print information on labels or tags while simultaneously encoding RFID data. By printing RFID labels in-house, organizations gain wider control over label customization and can lower printing costs over time. Alternatively, companies can leverage label pre-printing services.

There are several different printer types available depending on printing volume, form factor, and operating environment.

  • Mobile Printers – for small-volume printing at the point of application.
  • Desktop Printers – small-volume stationary printing.
  • Industrial Printers – high-volume printing for demanding environments.

RFID Readers

Next to tags, RFID readers and scanners are the most important parts of the RFID system when it comes to collecting and relaying data. RFID scanners and readers are devices used to wirelessly identify and track tagged objects. Much like RFID tags, readers are also classified by which frequency they operate at, such as low-frequency (LF), high-frequency (HF), and ultra-high frequency (UHF).

An RFID system can incorporate fixed, mobile, or hybrid reading approaches. Either way, readers are essential for capturing the encoded data on tags.

  • Mobile Readers – these portable readers can be carried around to scan tags in different locations. Mobile readers are often utilized to rapidly perform inventory audits, validate SKUs, and locate missing assets or products with a Geiger counter feature.
  • Fixed Readers – these readers are fixed at strategic checkpoints like doors, conveyors, and warehouse racking. Fixed readers can be used to create zones for managing inventory movements, tracking assets, and monitoring work-in-process.
  • Integrated Readers – as the name implies, these are readers that are integrated into other devices like dock door portals, kiosks, or mobile computers. They streamline tag reading and validate large volumes of tagged products at once.
  • Antennas – while not technically readers, RFID antennas work in conjunction with scanners and tags to facilitate communication. Antennas create electromagnetic fields that power passive tags and enable a data exchange.

Software Edgefinity Real-Time Asset Location Dashboard

Software is the brains of your RFID infrastructure. Without it, the data that’s collected by your RFID hardware is almost useless. The information collected from your readers is viewed, managed, analyzed, and exchanged in advanced software. This closes the loop, enabling complete operational visibility. Our network of partners allows us to recommend software products that deliver the features you need and integrate seamlessly into your asset, work-in-process, and inventory-tracking workflows.

Asset tracking – Track important assets and equipment with RFID technology and view their location in your asset management platform. Use RFID to locate lost and missing assets and reduce excess spending on replacement equipment.

Inventory Management – Automate inventory counts and updates by strategically using RFID technology. Reduce excess ordering and overstock with a more accurate picture of real-time inventory levels, so you only order what you need.

Work In Process – Reduce lost materials, delayed product movements, and incorrectly pulled materials making their way out of the manufacturing facility using RFID.

What Goes Into An RFID System

Our RFID solutions use the right mix of tags, readers, software, and services to tackle your specific challenges.

  • Tags & Supplies

    Tags, labels, and inlays are the fundamental building block of any RFID solution. Between passive or active, a range of frequencies, label specsand environmental conditions there is a lot to evaluate when finding the right label.

  • Handheld Readers

    Gun-style, rugged handheld readers and good for read-intensive tasks in the warehouse and other industrial environments where a large quantity of tag data needs to be collected in a timeefficient manner.

  • Antennas

    Antennas provide the vital link between the fixed reader and tag, serving as the conduit that moves data back and forth. 

  • RFID Portals in Warehouse
    Fixed Readers & Portals

    With fixed RFID readers and checkpoints, you can quickly and accurately track large volumes of RFID-tagged cases, pallets, and items. They are ideal for use in high-density tag environments, high throughput applications, and on RF-challenging materials.

  • Printers & Encoders

    RFID printers give you the ability to identify, track, manage, and optimize, assets and inventory. Encoding (or printing) on RFID tags is the first step to having a successful RFID system.

  • RFID Software

    RMS Omega has partnerships with a variety of software vendors, allowing us to find the right inventory control or check-in/ check-out software for your application. RFID software provides a central database for monitoring inventory levels, location, and movement.

Calculate How Much You Can Cut Costs With RFID

Tracking Inventory, Assets and Work in Process

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Calculate your RFID savings potential across three major use-cases.

Asset Tracking – Monitor equipment usage and quickly locate lost or missing assets to reduce loss and enhance your production capabilities.

Inventory Management – Maintain accurate inventory records and track stock as it moves in, out, and around your facility. Using RFID for inventory management improves data accuracy and slashes the time and money spent on cycle counts and audits.

Workflow Tracking – Get a clear picture of your production operations to identify bottlenecks and track parts and materials throughout their lifecycle. Track critical components as they enter your plant, proceed through a workflow and ship out to a new location.

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Explore Popular Applications For RFID Technology

These RFID applications are our core areas of expertise. We have helped organizations across all industries easily implement RFID and obtain ROI in these use cases.

A Complete Solution From Design To Support

Every facility and business process has its own unique challenges. That is why RMS Omega takes a hands-on approach in managing RFID and RTLS implementations. Our process starts with understanding your unique challenges, needs, and goals – helping us create a solution that delivers positive outcomes for your business. Ultimately, we want to ensure that you receive a technology solution that exceeds your expectations and delivers a positive ROI. Our six-step process ensures just that.

Discovery & Design

Our trained systems & sales engineers will evaluate your work environment to determine the best plan of action for strategic technology implementation to solve challenges and achieve both short and long-term goals.

Project Management

RMS Omega has an internal team of solutions experts to oversee the successful design and implementation of complex and technical projects. We will monitor the project from the start and make sure everything is completed within an established timeline.

Statement of Work

The statement of work is a document that will map out our plan for implementation. This includes both hardware and software along with a description of processes after the system is complete. You will also receive a timeline for each phase of the project.


During deployment, we collaborate with your team to bring the proposed plan to fruition. Deploying each strategy often includes network design and implementation, staging and configuration of hardware, data integration, and staff training. Each of these necessary steps will ensure your team can hit the ground running once your system is live.

Analysis & Optimization

In an Analysis and Optimization, or A&O, we want to ensure your system is functioning the way it was intended. This is a process designed to optimize and enhance the performance of wireless coverage or system functionality throughout your facility and processes. An A&O is performed to identify and correct poor signals or reads along with incorrectly installed or underperforming hardware.

On-going Support

We are here to be an extension of your team, one point of contact for all of your data collection and RFID technology solution needs. To assist your organization in reaching new levels of productivity, you need a true partner, not just a vendor. That’s why we believe our support services are essential.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation

Request more information about RFID or RTLS technology, inquire about costs, or schedule a free consultation to discuss your needs.

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