HID Global Develops Innovative Biotechnology RFID Tag to Meet Vital Need in Cryopreservation
In partnership with Cryogatt Systems Ltd., new RFID embedded tag streamlines cryopreservation, and improve processes for the most critical frozen cells and tissue assets. Storage vessels become highly traceable with patented tags and readers that work at subzero -196°C, and software to accurately locate, record and audit stored material Benefits include improved accuracy, optimized storage space, a precise audit trail, enhanced sample safety, and saved time and costs
HID Global has announced biotechnology radio frequency identification (RFID) tags designed to meet a critical need in the cryopreservation industry. The company has developed a cutting-edge solution for use at subzero temperatures, setting it apart from other solutions that focus on harsh, high-heat conditions. The unique tag is already redefining cryogenic storage, enabling facilities to enhance and streamline logistics, thereby maximizing their value to the medical and scientific communities.