There are many applications that can use NFC Labels/Tags. The following is a partial list of items that can benefit from using them. We offer several different NFC chips along with customization and encoding.Read More
MPI is announcing a new label technology, NFC Temperature Datalogger, for monitoring temperature sensitive products. Do you have a product that you don't want to get too hot or too cold over a period of time?
MPI is a manufacturer of NFC labels. The most popular types are Mifare and NTAG203. We have the ability to manufacture larger memory. We can customize NFC labels with logos, promotional text, or other information that may be needed on them. We can provide any face stock and adhesive combination that is needed. If your opportunity requires piggyback labels we can do that as well.Read More
RFID labels can withstand typical outdoor environment. Shelf tags, lumber tags, fleet management, outdoor storage, pipes, and windows are just a few of the many outdoor applications.Read More
A RFID label can be attached to a product as it is packed. The label can be printed and encoded with a thermal printer. The encoded information could contain a tracking number, the sender and receiver as well as the destination address.Read More
RFID is used in some hospitals. RFID labels & tags help prevent the time loss of equipment not being available. They also aid in helping with staff frustrations due to operational inefficiencies.Read More
Using RFID in warehouse management helps with asset tracking, compliance labeling, and automates the processes that are involved. It increases warehouse efficiency by reducing labor costs and helping profit margins.Read More
MPI’s RFID metal tags are great for managing and tracking assets and equipment. They can be set up to provide automatic track and trace. This lets you know where it is, what it is, and if it’s working.
The metal tags provide ruggedness and have the ability to be applied to curved surfaces. They have a consistent read range on and off of metal and are irrespective of orientation.
When it comes to inventory management, RFID has become a winner.
Whether it is lost baggage, expired products, or missing inventory, they all directly impact customers. Inability to track and manage individual items can produce lost sales or customer dissatisfaction.Read More
RFID is used for identification in the pharmaceutical industry. It is used to ensure product quality and usability along with improving supply-chain efficiency and security.Read More
Access control cards with RFID can add security with protecting property & people. The cards are used to identify visitors, employees, and patrons. They can also manage access to equipment and facilities.
By being proactive with security, businesses can deter fraud and theft.Read More
RFID labels are widely used in the healthcare industry. Common uses are patient medical history and pharmaceutical. Hospitals use them for patient tracking, asset tracking, and inventory management.Read More
Durable RFID labels can be used in harsh environments. We can provide you with RFID labels that are water resistant, solvent resistant, chemical resistant, withstand heat, and auto-clave.
MPI helps businesses meet the requirements for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). We have the experience to provide you with cost-effective solutions that meet your individual compliance guidelines.Read More
Our GRT wax ribbon delivers exceptional print quality on paper RFID labels. It is economical and has great print quality.Read More
RFID badges are widely used for identification purposes. They can be used to speed up a registration process by reducing wait time and long lines since they are read instantly.
With this capability, the attendee can be greeted by their name on a screen upon entering a meeting. This happens as they pass by the RFID reader.Read More
With RFID tracking you can monitor assets on demand. It lets you know where your items are without delay and helps you make informed decisions.
RFID tracking is automatic and a direct line of site is not required as when reading barcodes.
Item level tagging on apparel is growing and MPI is at the forefront.
Retailers are using RFID tags at the item level. They are being used for asset tracking and inventory management. The tags can be read by a hand held RFID reader / scanner.
Our MPI Service Bureau staff is on the cutting edge when it comes to RFID labels. Their expertise in tag capabilities keep customers coming back again and again. They are a technical resource for compliance needs and make continual investment in emerging technology.Read More
NFC tags are part of RFID and operates in the 14.443 Mhz frequency. It communicates between a mobile phone with wireless technology & media content. NFC stands for Near Field Communication.
The tag can carry more data than barcodes, URLS or QR codes. They are more secure, can be password protected, and tracked to a specific person/account.Read More