iD Porte has years of experience developing products and databases since 2006. Below are a few prime examples of how our RFID technology has been utilised to solve varying problems.
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The founders of iD Porte were challenged by an animal welfare organisation to develop a system that would identify lost or stolen pets immediately when they were scanned. In collaboration with enlightened pet microchip databases iD Porte devised a system that overcame data protection challenges to deliver a system that has reunited thousands of pets with their owners in many countries around the world. Scanner Angel is free to use by any pet database that wants to help reunite pets and owners. For more information on products related to this system please see the Halo on our product page.
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In 2010 it became apparent that a French company had incorrectly manufactured breast implants using unapproved silicone gel which made them far more prone to rupturing. Most breast implants manufactured now are equipped with a microchip tag providing a unique identification. When scanned the tag will provide information including the serial number, manufacturer name and other data assuring doctors and patients that the implants conform to requirements. iD Porte have developed a scanner that meets the exacting requirements for use in an operating theatre environment.
iD Porte have developed a version of the Halo scanner that stores all 90,000 names and microchip numbers of all the 90,000 racehorses in Australia. When the steward scans the horse the scanner will not only show the microchip number of the horse but the horse’s name as well. This reduces the possibility of the wrong horse running in a race.