As we bid farewell to 2023, we at RedBite Solutions are excited to embrace the new year with renewed vigour and ambition. Our journey so far has been nothing short of transformative, making asset tracking easily accessible to everyone. From schools to charities, hospitals to scientific endeavours, our footprint has been global and impactful.

Over 250 organisations worldwide continue to benefit from our itemit application. Our efforts have reached the highest mountains in Chile, aiding scientists in their quest to unravel the universe. In conservation, we help to protect rhinos in the wild and animals in zoos, contributing to the preservation of our planet’s precious wildlife.

Our technology has extended its reach into the world of film production, ensuring seamless asset management behind the scenes of some of the most epic movies. In healthcare, we’ve been instrumental in tracking critical biopsy samples and dialysis equipment, enhancing patient care and efficiency. We are revolutionising healthcare alongside our partner to provide home health test kits to detect and prevent disease, with the aim of extending human lifespans and enhancing overall well-being.

RedBite powers the largest RFID deployment in the world that spans across 60+ countries. We have successfully navigated some of the toughest RFID environments, even in the poorest nations. This is a testament to our unparalleled, cutting-edge RFID software platform.

2023 was a milestone year for us as we ventured into space literally, expanding our boundaries beyond Earth. Huge thanks to our incredible team and loyal customers. Your dedication and trust have been pivotal in navigating this journey. As we step into 2024, Redbite is evolving – incubating and transforming ideas into products that redefine experiences. Our measure of success lies in the number of lives we helped, a guiding principle for our future innovations.

Goodbye to 2023, and hello 2024 – a year filled with positive change, growth and excitement! A year we can finally train our AI the difference between ‘bit’, ‘byte’ and RedBite!

Dr Alex Wong