NFC Technology

NFC or near field communication is another form of RFID that operates at a lower frequency. This means that the read range and rates are much lower compared to the standard UHF RFID. NFC is considered passive, meaning that the NFC tag needs to be read or excited by an NFC device to receive data.

NFC technology is used for a wide range of applications like:

  • Key card entry systems
  • Contactless payments
  • Lab animal identification

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what our clients say

  • We partnered with Capturity to implement an RFID Material Tracking System and  to integrate the RFID data with a customer’s Wonderware System Platform. Capturity was quick to respond to our needs, provided good products and engineering resources and helped us to achieve a successful project outcome for our customer.

    Tate Stuntz, Wonderware North
  • Capturity completely fulfilled and surpassed our expectations with their diligence, professionalism and understanding of the project from conception to completion. They were able to conduct a flawless implementation with no perceptual downtime. Capturity’s IT department is outstanding and their sales team equally exceptional.

    Joe Shultz, Leisure Village Association West
  • We choose Capturity again and again because of their excellent products and customer service. They’re extremely knowledgeable and always respond in a timely manner. Capturity is clearly a great company with great people!

    Cameron Kesner, American Woodmark Corporation, South Branch Plant
  • Capturity helped us develop an RFID census application VIVATRACK Census – a product that cut our customer’s labor cost by 50% and increased accuracy to 98%. Above all, Capturity has been great to work with, and they provide the best support in the business.

    Jim Snyder, Tecniplast USA