RFID and NFC

RFID and NFC insertion equipment for inserting fully programable chips to custom labels.

RFID

All inlays are composed of an antenna and a chip (brain) to program information and to be able to retrieve that information on demand.

Saxon has installed the latest state of the art equipment to insert RFID and or NFC inlays into labels or tags and verifies that the inlays are 100% fully programmable.

Saxon’s new equipment takes the customer’s existing pre-printed die cut or blank die cut labels and inserts RFID inlays into the labels, while simultaneously verifying the inlays are 100% programmable.

Saxon also manufactures custom labels to specific customer spec- ifications, while supplying the correct RFID inlay for the exact application.

NFC

Near Field Communication (NFC) is a form of wireless technology incorporated into many of the most popular smart phones. NFC inlays are a thin layer of material with an embedded antennae, radio chip and storage. By embedding these small programmable NFC inlays into lables, promotional materials, products, and other mediums, companies can create a dynamic interaction with their users. When a smart phone picks up the passive radio signal from an NFC label, users can access specific real-time information via the company’s cloud. NFC labels can be programmed to activate when tapped up to two inches away with a smart phone. The phone signals up to the cloud, grabs the content and displays it on the screen.

Saxon has installed the latest state of the art equipment to insert RFID and or NFC inlays into labels or tags and verifies that the inlays are 100% fully programmable.

Some of the more common consumer engagement methods using NFC labels are:

  • Videos
  • Websites
  • Re-orders
  • Text messages
  • Open documents