Today's emerging RFID applications require many technical skills, ranging from antenna design to radio-frequency electronics to custom software development. The TagSense research staff possesses expertise in a variety of academic disciplines and offers a comprehensive set of skills and services needed to meet the needs of any RFID application.
Product Release: NFC Development Board NFC-D1
Feb 2013 -- TagSense releases its first NFC product, the NFC-D1 development board. The NFC-D1 enables an external NFC phone or NFC reader to interrogate an analog sensor. The NFC-D1 can be passively powered by the NFC phone or reader and in-turn provides power to the external sensor.
Product Release: BlueReader-HF - Handheld HF/NFC Reader
Aug 2012 -- TagSense releases the BlueReader-HF, which is a Bluetooth-enabled reader for HF tags (13.56 MHz). The Bluereader-HF contains a small LCD display and 2 GB non-volatile internal memory, so it can be used as a stand-alone reader without any phone or PC. The tag information can later be downloaded later to a mobile phone or PC.
Product Release: BlueReader-X1 - Bluetooth Handheld UHF Reader
April 2011 -- TagSense releases the BlueReader-X1, which is a small low power low-cost handheld UHF RFID reader for use with mobile phones. The BlueReader-X1 is available with Android software for easy customization for a variety of applications.
RFID Journal Live - Best in Show Finalist 2011
April 2011 -- Tagsense is unvieling a handheld Bluetooth UHF reader that communicates with a cell phone. This product is being recognized as a Finalist for Best In Show at RFID Journal Live 2011
Product Release: ZR-ETH
Sept 2010 -- TagSense releases the ZR-ETH, which is a low-cost Ethernet-ready RFID reader for Active RFID at 2.4 GHz. This reader features long read range and is compatible with al Tagsense active RFID tags.