Paper processes can no longer keep up with the rapid speed of manufacturing and warehouse logistics. RFID manufacturing technologies and applications are helping businesses save money by better managing work-in-process, part tracking and inventory to improve shipping accuracy.

     window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || [];   function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);}   gtag('js', new Date());    gtag('config', 'UA-7307509-6');

Track and Trace

Track and Trace

Reduce human error and increase efficiency 

cloud VPN connectivity to update

reader configurations on the fly
Process Automation

Process Automation

Streamline automated processes and maximize operational efficiency 

The reader and antenna are enclosed with ruggedized,

severe weather and waterproof IP-65 standard enclosure

for outdoor use.
Real-time Inventory Management

Real-time Inventory Management

Provide real-time visibility of material and assets needed

Venture Research Solution

Venture Research has worked with top automotive manufacturers to provide RFID technology as a competitive advantage to save time and money in their processes. Venture Research's RFID/BLE/cellular technology has been providing manufacturers with high-quality, reliable product track-and-trace functionality throughout the supply chain. 

Product Offerings

Forklift Reader

Industrial Forklift Reader

Provides an integrated UHF RFID reader and antenna

Dock Door Portal

Dock Door Portals 

Provide the utmost in protection for valuable RID equipment in hostile environments

Mobile Reader

Mobile Handheld Readers


Vehicle Mount Terminal


Surface Readers

Overheard WIP

Overhead WIP

Venture Research can ensure you have the right part at the right time with warehouse distribution and manufacturing technology. Learn how Venture Research can design a customized solution for your business manufacturing and warehouse processes

Outdoor Asset Tracking Devices in use for waste

management application across North America
According to Navigant Research, the global smart waste collection technology market is expected to grow from $57.6 million in 2016 to more than $223.6 million in 2025. For the last seven years, Venture Research has supplied intelligent, autonomous readers and sensors with Cloud computing that has been used by tier 1 logistics customer worldwide for data collection to help manage containers and smart waste collection.
Cloud computing is pushing the “clunky” technology of old off to the wayside and providing more space to hold more information but take up less room. Previous RFID scanners used in the past by waste management haulers were unreliable, didn’t communicate well and were expensive. With Venture Research’s Outdoor Asset Tracking Reader and RFID tagging on containers, machine-to-machine communication allows for a more reliable set of data, according to John Baker.