Micro RFID Systems         

The emerging industry of Internet of Things (IoT), Sensors, Machine to Machine
Communications (M2M) and RFID
is destined to pervade the economy.

is revolution is currently in its infancy, much the same way as the PC
revolution in the early 1980s, and the internet revolution that followed.

The pervasive presence and applications of t
hese products in the economy will
be manifold, ranging from the supply chain to security; package, asset, and
personnel tracking; sensory networks; and home and building automation,
in both the commercial and military sectors.

emote sensors and RFIDs will become integrated into the IP network, with
provisions for each distinct item in the world to have its own unique
IP address,
ID and tag, where so desired.

In the manufacturing arena, it will be possible for each unit
or sub-assembly of
s manufactured to have not only its product class or type code, as was
the case with bar codes, but its own unique
electronic serial number identifying
it from other, nearly identical units.

e have developed disruptive new communications technology for IoT, M2M,
RFID and sensory
systems, solving the problems of operational reliability,
range, and other problems with existing  technology, to enable t
hem to become
widespread and a viable industry.