TegoDrive is a standards-based solution that works with both low- and high-memory RFID tags and chips. The user experience is identical to current practices like dragging data between applications or saving files to a new location. At work beneath its simple interface, however, TegoDrive technology provides users with additional benefits such as:
- Optimized storage of information on tags, in terms of both speed and capacity;
- A complete and auditable history of changes/additions to tag data, including the ability to resurrect the information as it existed on a defined date or time;
- The ability to split tags into multiple memory segments, so that different organizations can have their own region,
- Encryption and authentication of sensitive data (NSA Suite B) to prevent cloning of tags or counterfeiting of data or author.
Pricing and Availability
TegoDrive is currently in beta testing with customers across multiple industries. The product will launch in kit form in April, including a third-party reader and TegoChipÔ tags bundled for under $1,000 USD. A standalone software version of TegoDrive will also be offered with pricing comparable to typical office application software. A custom API will be available in the future to allow for reader and application integration.
About Tego, Inc.
Founded in 2005, Tego, Inc. is the leading provider of extended memory RFID solutions for creating smart assets. Tego products, including tags, system software and semiconductor chips, take RFID beyond identification. Tags with a TegoChip inside support high memory applications in the most extreme environments, storing and sharing information free of immediate network dependence. Across all industries and vertical markets, Tego solutions address demand for improved asset tracking and management, performance management, regulatory compliance and supply chain management. Tego, Inc. is based in Waltham, MA. For more information, visit www.tegoinc.com.
Tego, TegoTag, TegoView, TegoDrive and TegoChip are trademarks of Tego, Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
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