IQ Direct Inc. Named a Top Developer in NYC by Clutch

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Since 2012, we have served clients from across the United States and Europe offering them services arranging from IoT and mobile app development to custom software development. Over the years, our staff has produced several hundred electronic devices of various complexities and our efforts are not going unnoticed. In their 2019 report on the top B2B companies in New York City, Clutch has named IQ Direct one of the top developers out of the thousands of companies listed on the platform. This is no small feat, and we’re proud of this accomplishment!

RFID Tags and Readers


An RFID Tag is a small device for storing and transmitting information. It consists of a microchip and an antenna with which it transmits and receives information. There are RFID tags that have a built-in power source (active RFID tags), but the majority of the tags used today do not have a built-in power source (passive RFID tags).

A unique number and/or a certain amount of user memory is stored in the memory of the tag. When a tag enters the reading zone, this information is received by the RFID reader - a device capable of reading and writing information from the RFID tags, and transmitting to the computer or phone for further processing.

Barcode vs. RFID Tag

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In order to optimally manage the supply chain and production process, it is necessary to track the movement of each unit of goods, sometimes very detailed. Modern technologies make this task a lot easier.

Today, there are many methods of auto-identification, based on the principle of contactless reading of information.

The most popular and common of them are barcodes. However, it is rapidly catching up with radio frequency identification (RFID). This technology is successfully used by the world's largest retailers such as WalMart, Target and Tesco.

RFID is a generic term for technologies that are used to automatically identify radio wave objects. Radio waves are emitted by special tags placed on identifiable items. RFID allows you to track the location of items, boxes and pallets as they move through the supply chain to the consumer. Readers (RFID readers) collect information about each object into a central database.

There, code tags are identified with information about identifiable items, as a result of which the user of the system can at any time receive an exhaustive report on the relevant subject.

How RFID Works?


Long lines at the grocery store - one of the biggest complaints of those who visit the store. Soon, these queues may disappear when the universal product barcode (UPC) will be replaced by smart tags, also called radio frequency ideRFID Tagntification (RFID) tags. RFID tags are smart barcodes that can interoperate with a networked system to keep track of each product you put in your grocery cart.

Imagine you go to the grocery store, fill your cart and go right off the door. You no longer have to wait because the cashier punches every purchase from your cart one at a time. Instead, RFID tags will be read by electronic readers that detect every purchase in the cart and punch every purchase immediately. The reader will be connected to a large network that will send information about your products to the manufacturers of the products and the retailer. Your bank will be notified and the check amount will be withdrawn from your account. No queues, no waiting.


RFID tags, once used only to track cattle movements, are now monitoring consumer products worldwide. Many manufacturers use RFID tags to track the movement of every product they make from the time they are manufactured and until it is taken from the shelf and is thrown into a shopping cart.

Outside the retail industry, RFID tags monitor transport, airline passengers, Alzheimer's patients and pets. Soon, they may even watch your preference for short or creamy peanut butter. Some critics say that RFID technology is becoming too much of our lives — that is, we may not even be aware of all the parts of our lives that this technology affects.

In this article, you will learn about the types of RFID tags, and how these tags can be traced through the entire supply chain. We also look at the non-commercial use of RFID tags and how state departments and the state security system use them.

Shipping of GoScribe Machines to United Arab Emirates

Today we have completed the shipment of three brand new GoScribe Machines to United Arab Emirates. Comparing to previous the previous version, it has higher motor load capacity, 

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2019 Opens With New Controllers for Preservatech

Today we have completed the first large order for the Preservatech company this year. A batch of customized industrial controllers designed by the company's technical requirements has been prepared for shipment.

The controllers are made in a full metal case, with convenient fastenings on the door of the electrical cabinet, and painted in matt black - traditional for the equipment of the Preservatech.

A special feature of controller is a full-color 10 inch screen with a touch digitizer on which the main components of the system and their parameters are displayed in an informative graphic form. The X9F controller has an on-board Wi-Fi chip for communication with a remote server, an RS485 modbus line for controlling communication of slave devices, a set of relay outputs, digital and analog inputs, as well as inputs for connecting temperature and humidity sensors.

Without going into the details of the controller's operation, protected by the Customer’s copyright, one can only state that the device has sufficient functionality to perform both a standard program and the possibility of a wide custom configuration in the case of special and non-standard customer requirements. This allows to build a variety of control systems on its base.

We express special thanks to our regular customer for an interesting project.

Merry Christmas!

Christmas is the time to touch every heart with love and care. Christmas is the time to receive and send blessings. It is the time to breathe the peace in the air. Wishing all our customers a very Merry Christmas!Merry Christmas!

Happy Thanksgiving 2018!

Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for staying with us and empowering our passion to make great products!


IQ Direct Featured on Top Internet of Things Companies on Clutch!

IoT Developers 2018IQ Direct Inc, performs complex outsourcing development services for small and medium business in the fields of business automation, development and implementation of electronic devices and applications. As a team of certified specialists in the fields of analog and digital circuits engineering. We also implemented custom software projects. Our fields of expertise include electrical engineering, electronic design outsourcing, custom software development outsourcing, embedded, firmware development, mobile development, product development, contract manufacturing. We use programming technologies like C, C++, C#. Develop for Web, Desktop, Android, iOS.

For all of the reasons mentioned above, we’re really excited to have been included in the directory of Top Internet of Things Companies on, the renowned research, ratings and reviews platform for technology development, marketing, design, digital and related business services agencies. Clutch is different from other B2B platforms out there because of its proprietary research methodology combined with analyst-conducted, full-length, verified reviews or case studies on the B2B collaborations the featured companies have previously worked on. In this way, the directories highlight agencies from all over the world sorted by category/service that are a best fit for their users or potential clients searching for new B2B partners.

Happy Independence Day!

Independence Day USA 2018

We wish all our US customers a Happy Independence Day! Wish you joyful holidays, good health to your families, good luck in your business, the realization of most bold dreams!

IQ Direct Team

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