Here you can examine real sample dynotags for different applications. Before that, you may want to view a simple how-it-works diagram for Product Recovery use case – and Emergency Contact Information use case.
For each example below, you can either scan the QR code for the tag or enter the web address of the tag under the QR code into a web browser window – or – simply click that dynotag’s unique web address – as you are already viewing this page in a web browser!
Once you experiment with these – check out our “Tag Templates” which let you select different smart tag capabilities / information layout with the dynotags in your collection.
- A dynotag luggage tag
- A dynotag sticker on a laptop
- A dynotag Emergency Contact Information Card
(Jane Tagger’s Simple ECI Tag)
- Another dynotag Emergency Contact Information Card
This one is an Amber Alert Capable Emergency Info Tag for young James T. Kirk
dynotag.com/a/_Young.Kirk (this tag has an easy to remember alias name)
dynotag.com/1004-5409 (this is the actual tag ID)
- A dynotag Pet Tag
dynotag.com/a/Sample-Pet-Tag (this tag has an easy to remember alias name)
- A dynotag on car keys
- A dynotag on a business card: Philip J. Fry’s Business Card, in this case.
A dynotag on a company asset
- Another dynotag with a file in it: This one is a .mp3 sound file
This tag also has an alias: dynotag.com/a/Sample-Sound-Tag
- Another dynotag with a file: This one is an entire user’s manual for a Bluetooth Speaker…
Amazingly, a single dynotag can be updated to become one of any of these tags, simply by its owner selecting the desired “Tag Template” and loading it with relevant information!
Endless possibilities and uses…