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About Voyantic

Our Mission is to Help Companies Excel in RFID

Dear RFID vendor – Do you know where you stand in terms of design and manufacturing quality? If not, call Voyantic. Voyantic can help you gain visibility into the KPIs that make a difference.

Dear RFID end user – Do you have your deployment specification written down? Do you know what you are buying? Voyantic can help you nail down your specs, and set up the inspection points. These steps will make your deployment both reliable and future-proof.

Our Vision

In 2025, Voyantic is the industry standard for making sure that every RFID tag works right. We are recognized as competent, helpful, and active members of the RFID community, working passionately with others for the success of RFID technology.

RFID Performance Testing Pioneers

Voyantic is the only company in the world specializing 100% in RAIN RFID and NFC measurement, testing, and encoding solutions for tag design, application development and production.

Our solutions are designed to speed up development, improve production quality, and increase sales of RFID technology. That is why practically all of the leading RFID technology providers use our equipment in their R&D, production, or both.

We are pioneers in RFID performance testing with decades of experience in RFID technology, RF design, and measurement equipment.

The History
“Fellows, the Americans won’t buy anything from you!”

Voyantic was founded in 2004 in Finland and is now the leading global provider of RFID measurement, testing, and encoding solutions. Learn how it all started…

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What does ultrarunning and RFID have in common?

Noora Honkala is a Finnish ultrarunner. Noora has run Spartathlon four times, first in 2014 as the youngest woman of all time, and in the latest 2021 race, finishing in third place with a Finnish national record time.

Voyantic has supported Noora since 2017 and has enabled her to become a full-time professional athlete.