RCD develops a RFID product line for the library market
QUAKERTOWN, Pa., April 26 - RCD Technology, a vertically integrated designer and producer of HF and UHF tags for RFID applications and the Princeton Public Library, introduced a customized RFID library card marking RCD's entrance into the book and label patron card market.
RCD will be attending RFID Journal Live 2007 (Orlando, FL), located at booth#1030.
The RCD vertical manufacturing process, including their patented process to produce copper antenna for HF or UHF tags, enables cost-effective production for application specific orders requiring RFID antennae design, graphics, application specific durability and data personalization. The Princeton Library card included custom graphics and a library specified sequential numbering of the cards.
Libraries seeking a reliable supply of cards, book labels and DVD labels for RFID system launches or for smaller post launch reorders, can order from RCD, a USA based manufacturer.
"The Princeton Public Library is a model for mid-sized libraries who are instituting new methods such as RFID technology to cost effectively improve their customer satisfaction," said Pete Kuzma, vice president, business development, RCD Technology. "They are the first library account for us and we are extremely pleased that we could provide a customized RFID solution that addresses their business needs."
About RCD Technology Corporation
Headquartered in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, RCD Technology is helping revolutionize the growing RFID industry. Employing a patented copper antenna fabrication and assembly process that significantly improves tag performance, quality and suitability while reducing the time to market and waste associated with RFID custom tag manufacturing, RCD produces a wide array of HF and UHF tags, and application-specific RFID tag development.
Today, RCD products are finding success in a wide variety of industries and applications including: Contactless Payment Systems, Close Loop Asset Tracking, and Security.
Source: RCD Technology
Christian Barbato of Garfield Group Public Relations,
+1-215- 867-8600 x227,
or, Peter Kuzma of RCD Technology
Vice President of Business Development,
Web site: http//www.rcdtechnology.com