May 11, 2015 — Invengo exhibited at RFID Journal LIVE! 2015 with focuses on innovative radio frequency identification products for retail industry including inlays and readers, the latest library solutions and applications on Apr. 15-17.
Invengo provides complete RFID solutions for the libraries. Over 200 libraries in China have deployed Invengo RFID technology. Invengo 24/7 Self-service Libraries are installed in the community, plazas, schools, railway stations and other public places, to provide self-service loan, return, registration, renewal, book information, appointing the collection designation, SMS notification, self-service loan collection, and other features to patrons who live beyond the range of the physical libraries.
“Invengo – a global RFID technology provider – is a leading designer and manufacturer of high quality, innovative RAIN RFID/UHF and NFC/HF inlays, tags and solutions accompanied by an extensive RFID product offering used in applications such as Apparel, Books, Library, Asset Tracking, Case and Pallet Tracking, Transport, and Health Care. Invengo helps companies derive business value from RFID and related technologies,” said Scott Medford, Invengo Global Chief Sale Officer (CSO). “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to showcase our latest innovative products and applications, designed to make deployments easier and less complex.”
Invengo also announced the release of a new IoT mobile phone, XC1003, that offers excellent UHF RFID performance to fulfill critical requirements for various RFID applications at this event. The XC1003 is rigorously tested and developed to perform in the most demanding conditions, and was well received by visitors, judging from their highly encouraging feedback.
RFID Journal Live 2015 was held on Apr. 15-17, at California’s San Diego Convention Center. The exhibit hall featured more than 200 leading technology firms and RFID solution providers, covering all types of RFID technology, including passive low-frequency (LF), high-frequency (HF) and ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID, as well as every flavor of active RFID and real-time location system (RTLS) technologies.