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High performance Tag Family for Textile Services
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May '08
TAGSYS, the global leader RFID, announced the availability of a high performance product line designed specifically for textile supply and service companies.

The new solution set includes state-of-the-art tags, readers and tunnels that are designed to perform up to two times faster than previous generation systems, while maintaining 99.9%+ accuracy levels. These technological improvements in speed and accuracy enable textile service companies to add or improve service levels to their customers.

“TAGSYS is a ground-breaking RFID systems company that builds products uniquely suited for the textile services market,” said Jeff Markman, President of POSITEK. “The products introduced enable textile services companies to gain a competitive advantage through labor reduction and lowered merchandise consumption costs. TAGSYS RFID delivers item-level tracking that provides textile service companies with the ability to guarantee order accuracy to their customers.”

Each product in TAGSYS portfolio is specifically designed to align with a textile service company's operational needs while meeting the rigorous and rugged requirements found only in these types of applications:

*Encapsulated Tag Family – The ARIO 370L-HL and ARIO 370L-DL ISO 15693 tags are uniquely designed to withstand extreme humidity,temperature,pressure & chemical applications. Each tag is guaranteed to survive 200+ wash cycles ensuring durability & high performance beyond thelife of the laundered item. By utilizing a technology that significantly improves performance in electrically noisy environments, the new tags perform up to 20% better than the previous generation of tags.

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