About RFID

RFID, inc. is an engineering firm specializing in RFID and the manufacturer of RFID hardware. 99% of our products are Proudly Made in the USA. We are American owned and operated.

RFID, Inc. is a privately held C Corporation incorporated in the State of Nevada, maintaining its production and administration offices in Aurora Colorado (a suburb of Denver), with offsite employees located in Southern California, Houston Texas, and Southeast Alabama.

Financial Status – RFID, Inc. is debt free, cash flow positive, and profitable each and every year.

Product Support and Risk Assessment – One very key element when choosing an RFID vendor, most all RFID products are proprietary even if they carry an ISO standard moniker. The most critical decision you can make is to choose an RFID vendor who will support their product for years to come. RFID, Inc. continues to support all the products it has offered since 1984. No other RFID company can make that claim. There is a responsibility inherent with offering proprietary products, and our continued support of product for almost 30 years is indicative of how seriously we take that responsibility.

History – The predecessor to RFID, Inc. was The Telsor Corporation, established in 1984 by 3 executives who left a company named Identification Devices Inc. (IDI), which later became IDI Destron, aka Destron Fearing, and eventually Digital Angel. Portions of IDI were also acquired by Hughes under the name HID, and has since been acquired by ASSA Abloy. Our two current owners, meet the owners and key personnel, were in the employ of Telsor for 8 years each before acquiring Telsor’s chief assets and reforming in 1997 as RFID, Inc.

Although particularly adept at engineering and developing new RFID products to customer specifications, RFID, Inc. also offers an in depth and wide variety of off the shelf RFID hardware with distribution and representation throughout the world.

Thanks go to:
First and foremost our clients for trusting us with their RFID needs.
Thomas Milheiser, founding engineer of The Telsor Corporation, much gratitude goes to him for his help. He is a man of much integrity and respected by those who have known him over the years. He currently owns a manufacturer’s representative company, GLX or http://www.circuitsource.com/, representing electronic components, printed circuit boards, integrated circuits, and contract manufacturing.

Kent Blazy, a long time financial supporter and advisor.

Robert Young, former Telsor Corporation CFO, mentor and tutor.

James Merell and Betty Jane Jackson, past financial supporters.

Jeff Siefried, formerly of the Aurora Small Business Development Center and David Lewien formerly of Commerce Bank Aurora for their advice and financial support.

Lee Terry, a partner at Davis Graham Stubbs, our trusted counsel and a man of great integrity, for his competence and advice.