Paragon ID has announced that it has secured the prestigious ARC Quality Certification for the design, manufacturing, and supply of its RFID inlays and tags.  

This QMS Certification is significant for Paragon ID’s customers and partners across the RAIN RFID (UHF) ecosystem, guaranteeing the quality, reliability, and performance of Paragon ID RFID inlay products. The Auburn RFID Lab is globally recognized for its independent certification of RFID inlays and tags, and this certification confirms Paragon ID’s manufacturing expertise, resources, and capabilities covering all the critical aspects of RFID inlay design and production.

As the adoption of RAIN RFID technology continues to accelerate, particularly in retail, as well as in other sectors such as aviation, Auburn’s ARC Quality program ensures that the tags offered in the market are certified for purpose and perform reliably to best fit end users’ needs.

“Paragon ID is honoured to receive this certification from ARC.  This is a milestone in Paragon ID’s journey to become one of the highest-quality manufacturers in the RFID industry.

Over the last 8 months, the world has become a different place and the changes we are seeing today will inevitably accelerate the adoption of new technologies and their associated new solutions. 

IOT (Internet o Things) solutions will crystalise from an aspiration to a reality. Paragon ID is very proud to be able to play a role in that crystallisation and in promoting RFID as the key technology at its heart. We look forward to continuing to work with ARC in this endeavour.”

Clem Garvey, Paragon ID CEO

For more information about ARC and the RFID Lab, please visit the University of Auburn website: https://rfid.auburn.edu/arc/

Source: Paragon ID

About the Author Steve Atkins

As well as the head of the Krowne Communications GmbH, Steve Atkins is also the Program Director for the Silicon Trust and editor of the program's VAULT magazine – covering secure ICs, cyber security, contactless, NFC, mobile, blockchain and cloud-based technologies. He is currently based in Berlin, Germany.

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