Invengo Technology Corporation, the US arm of one of the world's largest RFID technology companies, is launching its pan-European operation to focus on developing a uniquely new presence in the region, offering highly innovative products at market-beating prices.
The company believes the European market is ripe for its level of expertise and high performance product range, gained through installing major UHF passive RFID-based public sector identification systems and many other innovative solutions for identifying and tracking people and products in industries ranging from public sector to healthcare, manufacturing to industrial logistics and pharmaceuticals. As a consequence of delivering this level of expertise, the company has developed a high quality and innovative range provided at most competitive pricing. The product range boasts the least expensive inlay on the world market and innovative Wi-Fi readers - including fixed and handheld readers with Wi-Fi and cellular GPRS, inlays and labels, as well as antennae for a variety of market sectors
In order to ensure a smooth integration into the European market, Invengo has appointed two key distributors in the region, UKCoding and StocksRFID, both of whom have a strong and longstanding reputation for providing RFID products to the RFID market.
Both companies work with customers at all industry entry points - whether they are part of a general supply chain or have a need to meet and fulfill bespoke tracking regulations.
"Following our entry into the US market earlier this year, we are now excited to be able to launch Invengo and its products in Europe where, through our strategic partner relationships, we can provide customers with high performance at competitive prices," says Philip Calderbank, VP Sales and Marketing at Invengo Technology Corporation.
"At LabelExpo in Brussels we will show the Invengo XCTF-8030A inlay, which is produced to ISO-9000 quality standards and yet, at ?0.060 for 5 million, is already known as the least expensive on the market. We will also demonstrate our innovation with the XCRF-860 reader, which is capable of transmitting data over Wi-Fi, Cellular GPRS or Bluetooth connection. This reader is scheduled for launch later this year and has a manufacturer selling price of only ? 1,300, " he added.
At LabelExpo 2009, the company's products and messages, newly tailored for the European market, will position it as a leading provider of RFID solutions at the lowest prices for asset management, logistics, automatic vehicle identification (AVI) and personal identification. Products on show will include the company's Great Wall ultra high frequency inlay, which combines with Invengo's UHF readers to deliver exceptional Gen 2 range and reliability. Its read/write functionality and high performance specifications ensure data retention capability of more than 10 years. Showcased Invengo inlays at LabelExpo also include the Invengo smart label range, which includes the 13.56 MhZ tag specifically designed for the library market. Other RFID labels which come from the Invengo stable include bespoke designs for logistics and asset tracking as well as livestock tagging - all of which, as with Invengo's complete product range, undergo rigorous performance testing at the company's EPCglobal accredited test center.
Coinciding with the launch of its new European operations, is Invengo's recently announced partnership with the University of Parma in Italy, where its readers and tags are installed in the EPCglobal approved laboratory and test center.
Visit Invengo and its partner UKCoding at LabelExpo 2009, at Brussels Expo, on booth: R125 in Hall 11.
Invengo is a public quoted company, and employs around 500 people in its Shenzhen design and manufacturing HQ. It designs and manufacturers a complete range of its own UHF and HF inlays, tags, readers, and reader modules, for many RFID applications such as logistics tracking, library, health care, manufacturing, temperature monitoring, pharmaceuticals, etc. The firm is best known as the RFID technology provider for the Chinese Railway automatic train identification system, which includes 17,000 RFID readers, 565,000 passive tags and an information system integrated across 995 facilities in the China Railway network. The Company now develops complete sets of RFID products, designed for most RFID applications.