RFID in tools

Meet NeoTAG®, a super compact transponder that works in rough environments - even from within metal. A true groundbreaking technology – minimum size, maximum range.

This RFID technology by Neosid is a more durable alternative to barcodes. As an example, it can sit in tools - ideal for Industry 4.0 and Connected Manufacturing.

As an additional feature: this innovative RFID tag comes with sparring and technical knowhow to actually make it work as it comes with an R&D department that can calculate induction/magnetic simulations. Neosid is a true customizing company where focus always has been on R&D and customer solutions instead of standard. Still, Neosid also provide standard solutions.

NeoTAG® features

  • Miniaturized RFID tags in different frequency ranges
  • Extremely compact with high reading range
  • Customized range size
  • Standard solutions always available
  • Reliable – also in rough environments
  • Powerhouse as small as 2.6 mm x 2.6 mm x 2.4 mm.
  • Ferrite core optimizes reading from within a metallic environment at 13.56 MHz.
  • NeoTAG® is packed in thermoplastic synthetic material that possesses high strength and demonstrates high resistance to mechanical loads, chemical substances and heat.

Where to use NeoTAG®

  • Maintenance and service
  • Toolmaking
  • Fire departments and safety technology
  • Military equipment due to short reading distance
  • Foundries, steel mills and chain manufacturing plants
  • Shipbuilding and aerospace industry
  • Power plants and wind energy
  • Tunnel and bridge construction
  • Lifting gear and slings
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Industry 4.0 (I4.0)

and many others

Tagged Toolmaking with RFID - a case or two

So what is the purpose of a RFID in tools?
Is it a valid business case with a reasonable turnover? Or is it just hot air?

Click on the business cases and be convinced.

Neosid business case from Kadia.

Neosid business case from Hoffmann Group.

Open Power Point by Neosid by clicking here.