Business Technology Consulting

Successful Business with RFID, RTLS and Beyond



Real Time Location Systems (RTLS) developed to deliver information about objects positions.This technology most often utilizes Active Transponders, but for some applications Field Activated Transponders are also passable to employ. Depending on required location level, resolution, accuracy, and dynamic environment, we can help you with selection of a suitable for your conditions RTLS method and equipment vendor or develop a new innovative solution for your business improvement.


Wireless is the British term that simply implies "Radioā€¯ - the transmission and reception of RF electromagnetic waves carrying digital, audio and video data". Lately this term has mostly become associated with non-wired devices such as Cell phones, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, WLAN, broadcasting, telephony, or telegraphy using radio signals.


Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is essentially automatic object recognition and M2M communication. Originally, RFID made Radars capable of differentiating Friend-Or-Foe aircraft that were carrying a Transponder (Transmit and Respond) with a unique identification code. Contemporary developments have significantly advanced technology offering a wide variety of traditional RFID system components. RFID implementation is complicated and costly, but very powerful, efficient and effective. Unless you cannot attain a sufficient profit from RFID applications, the concern about a system cost is irrelevant.

PCB & Signal Integrity

Printed Circuit Board (PCB) is a spine of modern electronics and planar antennas. Most of them made of dielectric materials having wide diversity in dielectric constants and level of losses. A copper clad after board processing forms required conductors networking and pads for mounting electronic components. For circuits working at low frequency band, an arbitrary layout and selection of vias are acceptable. RF PCB design is more complicated.


Sensors (aka Detectors) are devices capable of sensing physical properties of surrounding objects. Sensors can detect location or movement of different subjects and identify or measure an impact of environmental conditions as heat, humidity, light, sound, pressure, and electro-magnetic fields. Sensors generate analog or digital signals with modulated parameters proportional to strength of external forces.