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Tageos to offer vivid apparel tagging labels at RFID 2014
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Mar '14
Tageos  will be exhibiting at RFID Journal LIVE! 2014 show from April 8th to 10th at the exhibition center in Orlando, FL (booth 612). 
 
Tageos designs and manufactures 100% paper-based UHF RFID labels. The Tageos manufacturing process eliminates the typical process of first integrating an antenna and RFID chip onto a plastic substrate before it is converted into a completed label. 
 
The Tageos process assembles the antenna and RFID chip directly onto printable paper labels, achieving a remarkably lower priced product. The cost savings can be quite significant for existing and new tagging applications. Additionally, Tageos labels perform on par with and in some cases better than many RFID labels currently in use. 
 
The labels meet the University of Arkansas and European EPC Competence Center certifications. Tageos offers a selection of different sized labels which can be applied in numerous applications including apparel tagging. 
 

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