RFID innovator Neology announces 100th granted patent milestone

Screen shot 2015-07-09 at 12.17.55Neology, a subsidiary of RFID industry pacesetter SMARTRAC, announced the 100th Granted Patent Milestone. This 100th granted patent represents a significant achievement regarding the company’s Intellectual Property portfolio. Neology has a proud history of RFID innovation and has long been a pioneer in the development of passive RFID technology.

The company has an extensive Intellectual Property portfolio covering a number of geographies worldwide and boasts one of the most comprehensive portfolios with granted patents in RFID communication protocol, systems and applications, as well as RFID devices and transponders. Currently, Neology has over 150 pending patent applications and continues to invest heavily around core R&D initiatives.

This milestone reflects the innovative spirit and creative culture of our dynamic team,” said Joe Mullis, General Manager of Neology.Neology looks to continue our legacy of innovation and Intellectual Property around our core product development initiatives.

We are proud of this achievement, which underpins our commitment to innovation. Our technology market leadership in RFID and significant investments in R&D will further support a rapidly expanding 18000-6C transportation ecosystem,” said Francisco Martinez de Velasco, CEO of Neology.

Neology’s focus in transportation related products with increased performance and innovation has positioned the company as the largest and best source for 18000-6C passive RFID products and AVI systems in North America.

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