.....Founded in March 2000
as an MIT start-up company, TagSense was originally formed
as a developer of innovative low cost RFID and sensor technologies
for the toy industry. Building on its experience with low-cost
design and electromagnetic materials, TagSense has since
grown to provide RFID technology and consulting services
to a wide variety of industries and companies worldwide.
TagSense currently has offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts,
where it maintains facilities for electronics prototyping,
antenna design, and electromagnetic testing.
RFID is an old technology (invented in early 1970s), it
is only in the past few years that the RFID industry has
begun to grow beyond just a few small niche markets. Despite
over-optimistic media hype, the reality is that a great
deal of innovation, development, and standardization is
still required to realize the vision of ubiquitous RFID
in many industries. Furthermore, with over a trillion barcodes,
and over 10 billion EAS labels in use today, there is certainly
a need for a practical migration path from present-day systems
to future systems using predominantly chip-based RFID. Many
RFID applications are yet to be discovered and explored.
a commitment to technical excellence as well as practical
scalable solutions, TagSense is working to create enabling
technologies for the next-generation RFID systems.