Apparel manufacturer converts RFID program

Monday, 22 October, 2007


Reva Systems, an RFID network infrastructure provider, has announced that Lemmi Fashion, a Fritzlar, Germany-based supplier of children's apparel, is deploying the Tag Acquisition Processor (TAP) products as the cornerstone of its RFID program conversion from high frequency (HF) to ultra high frequency (UHF) passive RFID within its global supply chain.

The apparel manufacturer originally relied on HF RFID tags and readers with proprietary, server-based RFID middleware for item-level tagging and tracking of garments, but is now converting to standards-based UHF Gen2 tags and readers supported by Reva’s RFID network infrastructure.

Because UHF technology has advanced and standardised to a point where it now surpasses HF from a cost and performance perspective, the company is able to realise more RFID-enabled use cases throughout operations in Europe and Asia.

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