À propos de nous
ProxTech International : your partner for RFID !
ProxTech specializes now for over 20 years in the development and production of RFID solutions. The company’s goal is to develop, manufacture and market a full range of RFID products with a focus for nowadays market’s requirements and demands.
Furthermore, ProxTech supports also many global companies and institutions as a competent partner for their customer-specific developments, both on hard- as on firmware, to suit exactly their own special needs.
Our standard product range includes complete readers as well as reader modules in different technologies and frequency ranges and some basic stand-alone door controllers.
All widely used RFID technologies are supported, including MIFARE, ISO 14443 A/B, LEGIC, ISO 15693, ISO 18092 NFC, ISO 11784 and 125 kHz. Our latest UHF products complete our comprehensive product range.
And as add-on, ProxTech also supplies a full range of RFID transponders.
All ProxTech products comply fully with the CE and RoHS requirements and are manufactured to the highest quality levels.
Our manufacturing site, based in Europe, includes complete modern and up-to-date SMD mounting facilities, which allows us to develop the products to the newest technologies.
As our products are not only manufactured in house, but also completely developed by our own R&D staff, we offer the flexibility to easily adapt our products to specific requirements imposed by some customers.
Our solutions are sold as OEM and/or resell products on a worldwide basis. Contacts reach from Europe as far as South-Africa, Australia, Japan and Hong-Kong.
ProxTech products find their application in a wide variation of domains : access control, time and attendance, automation, production control, asset tracking, vehicle tracking, secure printing, vending machines, etc.
To give you just an idea of where our solutions have been implemented, our products are for example used at the Louvre museum in Paris (France) and the Millennium Dome in London (UK) and can be found in the cabin of trucks and lorries of some renowned international transport companies. But just as well in different electrical cars charging stations across Europe or in production lines for ready meals, etc.