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About Us

In2Tags is an AARFID brand, generically referring to all RFID and NFC media we bring to market. We source media from the most reliable manufacturers around the world. With an eye toward affordability and quality. AARFID's In2Tags takes all the mystery out of buying RFID and NFC media.

AARFID™ Expertise

AARFID™ is a market driven company in the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and Near Field Communication industries.

AARFID™ possesses a set of internal skills and capabilities uniquely suited to bridge the gap between the few large providers of standard RFID and NFC components and the thousands of potential discrete applications of the technology.

AARFID™ ’s comprehensive understanding of the technology combined with its extensive software development experience, its unique manufacturing experience and its in-depth knowledge of complex business processes make it capable of providing the integrated solutions end users need.

Strategic Alliances

AARFID™ ’s strategic alliances with the major component producers assure continuous access to the cutting edge in the core component technology. At the same time, these alliances have and will continue to be major sources of end user requests for new integrated RFID and NFC applications.


The market for RFID and NFC devices and systems offers the potential for exponential growth in discrete applications.

By developing replicable, proprietarily protected, integrated, applications, AARFID™ has established and maintains itself as the premier solution provider for advanced applied RFID and NFC systems.                                                                       

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Proven Technologies

We deliver proven, state of the art technology. "Proven" means the technology works. Period.

If by chance, your company has a "first of its kind" application, we will tell you that it is a first of its kind, and proceed accordingly.

Proven Solutions

While it is possible that some custom development might be required to meet your specific integration requirements, you can rest assured that the core application already works "out of the box".