About Sol-id – The inventor of Sol-I.D., Carl A. Capozzola, came across an accident which involved a car that hit a child on a bike. The child was unconscious and like most children carried no identification of any kind. An ambulance had come and the emergency medical technicians could do very little to treat the child without knowing more about the child and whether or not he had any allergies or special medical conditions to be aware of.

About Sol-id

A simple lack of identification not only limited their knowledge of who the child was and who to contact but more importantly, prevented them from applying vital medical treatment in a circumstance where immediate treatment could have been absolutely necessary in order to save a life.

A simple lack of identification not only limited their knowledge of who the child was and who to contact but more importantly, prevented them from applying vital medical treatment in a circumstance where immediate treatment could have been absolutely necessary in order to save a life.

It was then Carl A. Capozzola realized that in our society, dogs and cats are better identified than our children. The law requires pets be registered and wear tags, but who makes sure our children have identification? This was when the concept of Sol-I.D.was born – a form of identification that anyone can carry at any time.

About Sol-id

About Sol-id

Years were spent researching and developing the tag.  Coming up with a form of identification that was non-invasive, not a threat to a child’s safety (like outward appearing name tags) and that can’t be lost or left behind when a person goes out. The self-laminating tag is so durable, even the most active of feet won’t wear it out. It’s perfect not only for children but for anyone who does not carry identification at all times.