STid, your partner in contactless identification
STid was established in 1996 and boasts 15 years experience specializing in RFID. STid designs, produces and sells innovative RFID readers and tags for high security personal identification (access control…), long range vehicle identification (Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI), car park applications, fleet management…) and product identification in demanding environments (aerospace, health industry, railways…). STid offers a full range of RFID products at all frequencies, for all chip technologies and compliant with international standards.
The company is certified ISO9001 and has always emphasized the importance of quality in its relationship with customers. We always want to provide you high performance and quality products and services, since our setting-up.
- Architect® series ARC-A
- Architect® series ARC-E
- High Security ATEX reader
- Compact UHF Reader
- Multi-lanes UHF Reader
- High Security LXS reader
The Fifth edition of the International RFID Congress, organized by the CNRFID, is dedicated to RFID/NFC solutions for Industry, Retail, Healthcare and Local Authorities. This global event will take place from 7th to 8th in Pullman Palm Beach hotel, Marseille (France).
IFSEC International is the largest event for the security industry, bringing together the entire security buying chain in one place. STid is confirming its international growth strategy in United Kingdom thanks to its participation to IFSEC International 2014, which will take place from 17th to 19th in ExCeL London.
Security Exhibition & Conference is the event dedicated to bringing together all the entities involved in the implementation of safety and security solutions (suppliers, recommenders, buyers and end-users).
STid, the French specialist in RFID products for security and industrial traceability, opens two new subsidiaries in England and Australia, confirming its international growth strategy.
In response to the regulation, STid finances the Récylum dedicated to DEEE Pro recycling chain. Lighting electrical equipments, control and monitoring devices, and used medical devices are taken back free of charge.