For more than 10 years Quest has been working with on a variety of RFID solutions. This included active tags, passive tags and readers. These range from active tags that are used for tracking of Department of Defense “high energy” devices to tags used in amusement parks for tracking the movement of children. The FDA Administration Amendments Act of 2007 requires that all medical devices carry a Unique Device Identifier, or UDI. Passive and active RFID tags are an excellent choice for many UDI solutions. Beyond the regulated requirement for UDI’s such as serial number, a well design tag could store manufacturing information, service history or a variety of other information in up to 1Gbyte of memory. Contact Quest today to discuss your UDI or other RFID solutions.