Tageos, one of the leading RFID label makers for the apparel industry based in France, has signed an agreement with Round Rock Research LLC, a technology investigation and patent licensing company, for radio frequency identification (RFID) tags and labels to strengthen its position to support the adoption of Ultra High Frequency (UHF RFID) at the item-level, for apparel retailers and brands.
According to the agreement, Tageos can provide RFID labels and tags to suppliers and end-users including retailers, brand owners, and partners in the US and around the world. Tageos customers can confidently move forward with full RFID deployments and reap the value of RFID in their business.
Item-level RFID is being adopted by the apparel industry at an accelerating rate around the world, and retailers are seeing significant improvements in their business processes, inventory visibility and accuracy and shelf availability, and have seen marked improvements in their omnichannel retail business. Tageos looks forward to spurring on the adoption of RFID tagging solutions and help customers improve their business performance.
Matthieu Picon, Tageos co-founder and CEO said, “This agreement, along with our recent won deals with European leaders in luxury and retail apparel sectors, will allow Tageos to accelerate its development in the US and support RFID adoption.”
“Our customers will be able to benefit from our lower cost 100 percent paper-based RFID labels, ensuring them the opportunity to continue to deploy RFID solutions while reducing their RFID budget,” Mathhieu added.
Tageos designs, manufactures, and sells globally patented 100 percent paper-based passive UHF RFID labels for item-level tagging of consumer goods and business assets that are significantly lower-cost yet match the performance of alternative plastic inlay-based tags. The Tageos product range of ready-to-use RFID labels is extensive, allowing customers to conveniently label a variety of items of various shapes and sizes.
The Round Rock Research patent portfolio consists of several thousand issued patents and pending applications throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. (GK)
Fibre2fashion News Desk - India