Seamless integration of TAGSYS RFID technology into Psion Teklogix devices to improve Logistics Applications
Psion Teklogix, a global provider of solutions for mobile computing, wireless data collection, imaging and RFID, together with TAGSYS, the global leader in item-level RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) infrastructure, today announced that both companies are collaborating to offer portable RFID terminals designed for the distribution and logistics industries.
Combining the two companies' knowledge and expertise in data capture and RFID, Psion Teklogix and TAGSYS will integrate TAGSYS' RFID OEM modules into a selection of Psion Teklogix's Handheld terminals, including the WORKABOUT PRO. The combination of TAGSYS RFID technology and Psion Teklogix's mobile computing offer make for a rugged, fully-integrated product range of mobile hand-held RFID readers combined with scanning, imaging and wireless communication options.
"The adoption of item-level RFID is accelerating rapidly as the technology matures and industry applications are delivered that are easily integrated into existing supply chain processes and that are cost-effective," said Elie Simon, CEO of TAGSYS. "TAGSYS' partnership with Psion Teklogix is the coupling of two best of breed providers to offer the logistics industry with flexible and proven products that leverage the power of mobility and RFID to increase efficiencies throughout."
This offering targets the needs of the logistics and distribution industry, from warehousing to transportation companies. It is also very well adapted for use in industries like pharmaceutical and fashion textile where handheld readers allow for efficient and effective touch points for item-level RFID throughout the supply chain.
"We are very pleased to contribute our mobility solutions' expertise to TAGSYS' item-level RFID infrastructure," said Jacky Lecuivre, Senior Vice President of Psion Teklogix EMEA. "This partnership will enable us to provide our customers with high-value RFID solutions for warehouses, distribution and other specific markets."