RFID Technology

The RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology has been developed with the intention of allowing the univocal identification of products quickly and automatically without having to physically approach or have access to the item to be identified.

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On the one hand, we have an inlay, which is the most basic component of this technology, "the consumable". The RFID inlay consists of a small antenna and a small chip attached to it. This chip is nothing more than a memory where small pieces of information can be stored.

On the other hand, an external RFID reader is able to emit energy, which the inlay antenna captures and uses to "activate" the chip for a short period of time so that it can send the reader the information contained in its memory. The reading distances vary greatly depending on the RFID equipment used, the type of inlay and the frequency of operation, but in general, we can read RFID TAGs at a 25 metre distance, at a speed of 200 TAGs / second when working with a quality material

Products RFID

In Uniter we produce and distribute all the elements that are part of RFID technology functions.

Inlay development

In Uniter we design and manufacture our inlays so that they adapt 100% to a specific case of use. We always seek to achieve maximum performance in each specific situation.

We have a wide range of RFID inlays that we can customise with all kinds of supports and materials to meet the client´s objective.

RFID Software development

We make custom developed software for our clients’ projects.

We specialise in logistics software, and combine different platforms according to the needs in order to achieve the best results: industrial screens, embedded software, web environments, mobile APPs ...

RFID Equipment

We have RFID readers designed by us, plus distribution agreements with top class brands, for the provision of all the equipment that is necessary for our customers’ projects to be a success.

We have antennas for different applications, customised RFID tunnels, as well as industrial RFID printers for label printing / coding, PDAs and RFID guns, etc that are ruggedized.

Special applications

There are certain cases where use requires special TAGs for it to work correctly. Cases stand out where an RFID tag should be positioned on a metallic element (automotive parts, furniture ...) or a liquid (wines, liquors, chemicals ...). In these cases to use RFID TAGs are needed with a special design that allows the screening effect caused by these materials to be minimised and the reading distance to be maximised.

RFID Solutions

Uniter has all kinds of solutions available for our clients with the application of RFID technology. We do not limit ourselves to the production of RFID tags; we also implement projects for systems integration, inventory control, traceability management and process automation projects, among others..

Mercados RFID


We have specific solutions for the following markets:

  • Textile Sector.
  • Food.
  • Beauty.
  • Wine Sector.
  • Automotive industry.
  • Aviation (luggage management).
Innovación RFID


We have the knowledge and the means for going one step further: We are continuously researching and working with the latest market technologies to develop innovative and unconventional solutions.

Examples of our R & D work is our anti-counterfeiting solution based on NFC technology, or wireless sensors without a battery, which use the energy from an RFID antenna to do readings with a small sensor, or turn on an LED for a Pick-to-light solution in warehouses.

Plan de negocio RFID

Business plan

We can develop your business plan; we are more than a supplier, we are your technology partner. We provide our experience, our knowledge, and we do whatever is needed to make each project a success for our customers.

A project begins from the moment we sit down and listen to our client’s needs and obtain all the necessary information. We are able to create a case study with this information and help our client understand how this technology will help in their business, what difficulties may be found, and where they will save in operative flexibility or reduce costs. We understand that a project makes sense when the ROI is clearly identified.