Clarity™ UHF RFID Inlay & Tag
SML Group

Clarity™ UHF RFID Inlay & Tag

Clarity™ is SML’s proprietary RFID item level inventory management solution

SML has partnered with the world’s leading RFID integrated circuit manufacturers, NXP, Impinj and Alien, allowing SML to develop the most comprehensive suite of inlay products to address a wide spectrum of tagged items and use cases.

All of SML’s RFID inlays are developed using EPC standard. SML has the largest set of inlays certified by the University of Auburn ARC lab.

Dean Frew

Dean Frew
Chief Technology Officer and Senior VP of RFID Solutions
Plano, United States

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Key Facts

SML’s innovative RFID technologies allows the SML team to develop and deliver state-of-art, cost effective high quality encoded RFID inlays and tags for retail supply chain applications. SML has delivered over 1.3 billion encoded RFID tags to retailers in 2017, is a trusted partner to the world’s largest retailer and top fashion brands.


  • Using Clarity™ retailers can enhance their existing enterprise IT systems and utilize powerful features needed to improve retail operations and inventory management.

SML is a global business and branding solutions provider. We partner with the world’s most prominent brands and retailers, incorporating our innovative technologies to help them work smarter and to reach higher quality, long-term solutions.

  • Tags: Wide range of high-quality RFID tags; able to encapsulate with different materials
  • Service Bureau & Flexiprint: Allows to provide standard and high-end RFID labels in short time
  • Inventory Solution Clarity: offers a powerful feature set that can be utilized throughout supply chain management, such as auditing shipments, counting stock in stores, etc.
Supplier News

SML Becomes Sponsor of Auburn University RFID Center

SML RFID, global leader in delivering high-performance and high quality encoded RFID tags for the majority of successful RFID retail projects, has today announced it has become a member of Auburn University’s RFID Center and taken a seat on its board of advisors.