Dutch RFID inlay maker Smartrac has announced the availability of its new Midas NFC tag.
Designed to link small objects with cloud services, Midas tags can be attached to electronics and various other accessories allowing for a unique identification of the object while at the same time granting access to a range of services and options residing in the cloud.
According to Smartrac, Midas tags are also suited for applications where inlays are embedded with limited space available for housing, such as electronics pairing, NFC-Bluetooth pairing, brand authentication, toy figures, and key fobs.
The compact tag features an antenna size of 10 x 17 mm, along with 144 bytes of memory and a unique ID number.
Smartrac is now offering sampling volumes of Midas tags for testing, with volume deliveries available at the end of June 2012.