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RFID Canada
  • 19-25 Valleywood Dr.
  • L3R5L9

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Algeria, Australia, Brazil, Iran, Islamic Republic of, Japan, United Kingdom, United States
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Industries Classification:
417310  Computer, Computer Peripheral and Pre-Packaged Software Wholesaler-Distributors
541510  Computer Systems Design and Related Services
Updated on:
2016-03-30,  Industry Canada
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RFID Canada

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AIDC (Automated Identification Data Capture)Systems Integrator & Solutions Provider: - 1D, 2D Barcode & RFID (Passive) Printers - 1D, 2D Barcode & RFID Software - Batch Data Collection (Portable / Fixed) - Radio Frequency Data Collection - RFDC (Portable / Fixed) - Radio Frequency Data Collection - Site Surveys - RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Passive - LF, HF, UHF / Active - RFID Test Laboratory & Facility - RFID Feasiblity Studies - Development and Custom Design - RFID Antenna & Portable Devices - Consumables: Barcode Labels, Ribbons, RFID Tags - LF, HF, UHF - Technical Support - Certified and Authorized Repair Centre


  • RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) -Tags / Readers: Portable / Fixed / Gate / Tunnel (Active/Passive) With RFID Tags (Active/Passive), tracking the flow of product/goods has been taken to the next level. Unlike barcode technology where you must "see" the label to be able to "scan" the encoded data, RFID Tags don't have to be seen to be "read". Another key feature with this technology is the "anti-collision" tag which will allow reading multiple tags at the same time without having to "sort" or "line-up" each product. With barcode technology, you must read each barcode label one at a time. Another benefit to this technology is the elimination of having to replace a paper label with a barcode on it. The life span of some barcoded paper labels, depending on the application and industry, can be quite limited. The tags are made of an epoxy support with a chip and antenna. The life span is much more resiliant than that of the barcoded paper label. In some cases, depending on the application and the industry, the tag will last as long as the life span of the product that is being tracked. In many cases, the tags can be embedded into a product thus allowing the tag to remain intact. Some industries that are currently using this "new" Auto ID technology are industrial laundry, breweries, insurance companies, libraries, etc.

  • AIDC (Automated Identification Data Capture)-Systems, Design & Development RFID Canada has in-house systems people with proven experience and ability to design, develop and implement "front-end" software interface programs compatible with hardware supplied, installed and serviced by RFID Canada. Regardless of the application, RFID Canada has the proven experience to ensure both the software and the hardware work hand-in-hand with the existing platform or network of the client. Whether it is using 1D (linear barcode), 2D (two-dimensional), 3D (direct part marking) or 4D (RFID - Radio Frequency IDentification), RFID Canada has the utmost experience in the AIDC industry using all of the above-mentioned technologies as well as emerging ones.

  • AIDC (Automated Identification Data Capture)-Technical Service, Support & Training As an authorized repair centre for well-known manufacturers, we take pride in providing outstanding service and support for all the products we sell...whether it be through service contracts if desired or technical training.

  • RFID Development & Design RFID - Development & Design of Custom Antenna & Portable Devices

  • 1D & 2D Barcode Scanners / RFID Readers
  • 1D & 2D Barcode Printers / RFID Printers
  • 1D & 2D Barcode Software
  • Radio Frequency Data Collection
  • Batch Data Collection

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