Techsolutions encoded the first RFID tag in South Africa with an EPC (electronic product code) in 2008.
Our team of engineers started developing RFID solutions in 1999 when passive UHF was at its bleeding edge.
As of 2005, Techsolutions has been developing and manufacturing high performance Cloud based RFID systems for asset tracking and access control applications Our readers are approved by ICASA. Techsolutions has also designed a unique RFID tag for the sugar and tobacco industries and invested in setting up a production line for local manufacturing.
WHY WE USE INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY
Challenging problems in the industry cannot always be solved by a single technology. That is why our solutions support different IoT applications such as passive RFID (UHF, HF and LF), active RFID, RTLS (Real Time Location Systems) and GPS technologies. For one of our clients we have implemented three technologies in one solution!
COMPLYING WITH INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
For truly global RFID solutions to work well, it is necessary to comply with international standards. Open standards are the only way in which every participant in the supply chain is able to benefit.
We are proudly BEE (Black Economic Empowerment) Compliant
As a member of the SABS (South African Bureau of Standards) committee on auto-identification (SC71K) as well as a member of EPCglobal South Africa, Techsolutions is supporting and promoting global standards.
Most of our solutions are now Cloud based and provided using the SAAS model (Software as a Service). This allows our clients to enjoy low-risk software systems with free periodic software updates and development.
RFID is a new and continuously developing technology. As member of a number of international networks we keep abreast of new product developments and continuously procure and evaluate the latest products. This enables us to provide clients with the best price/performance solutions.
We are actively involved with leading academic institutions such as North West University and Tshwane University of Technology to promoting education and research into RFID technology.
MEET OUR TEAM
• Material tracking and traceability solution for Wispeco Aluminium
• Tracking of Rescue Packs for 2 mines in partnernship with Willbatt
• Installation of LaptopSentinel at the Department of Environmental Affairs
• Provision of an RFID Asset Tracking solution to the Central Bank of Tanzania
• Provision of an Overload Control solution at Beit Bridge, capturing weigh in motion and static scale data
India, Nigeria, Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi,
Namibia, Swaziland, Mozambique, China, Saudi Arabia