About IPICO Sports
IPICO Sports’ next-generation tracking and timing company who's solutions are developed by IPICO Inc. IPICO has succeeded in the RFID sports market due to its unique technology based on the IP-X™ RFID Air-interface Communication Protocol. This technology was developed to overcome the limitations faced by conventional Reader-Talk-First (RTF) protocols in the market. In addition, the patented Dual Frequency technology eliminates signal loss and tag read collision. The Dual Frequency technology works especially well for objects high in liquid, carbon and electronic content, such as the human body. The complimentary superiority of these technologies provides the ability to read multiple tags while dealing with motion, distance, crowding, demanding environmental conditions and a variety of materials – all variables commonly found at many sports activities. Since an initial market introduction in March 2007, IPICO Sports systems are now used in over forty (40) countries, and continue to develop and grow a loyal following throughout the globe.
IPICO Inc. is an RFID solution supplier with operations in Canada, USA, South Africa and Asia. IPICO produces smart labels, tags and readers based on the IP-X™ RFID Air-interface Communication Protocol. IPICO products excel at long read range, fast multi-read anti-collision and high thru-beam read-speeds of dynamic tag populations, and allow for multi-reader rollout. Its products are designed to meet regulatory requirements. IPICO’s products are used to optimize the management of products, equipment, people, animals and processes within the logistics and other value chains and include its leading Sports Time Keeping solutions. IPICO is a wholly owned subsidiary of Trilon Bancorp Inc. (“Trilon”), an affiliate of Brookfield Asset Management Inc.
Pictured left to right back-row: Larry Hicks, Marius Van Dyk, Jacques Cronje, Arturo Linaldi, Bobby Khoury Pictured left to right front-row: Gordon Westwater, Heather Lockwood, Tricia Driscoll, Doug Luman, Glenn Latimer. Not pictured: Justin Hopper & Kevin McBain