Company History

In 2003, Sam Shah became an independent consultant, and quickly began providing consulting services to Honeywell. Soon after, KBR, Invensys, Soluziona joined the list of his clients.

Soon after, he was approached by a fresh college graduate in need of work. Things were going so well that Sam Shah decided to give him a job.

"But wait!" said the young grad. "We need to register our company! ...And we need an office, right? Oh, and can my friend have a job, too?"

Sam Shah didn't actually have any work for the engineers yet, but he obliged anyway. "But wait!" said the young grad again. "We're going to need some money too..."

And so, almost involuntarily, in 2005 RFID PASS was formally registered as a company in the state of Texas. By 2008 the company had completed several projects in the United States and had already worked in Spain, Singapore, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Japan. At this time, RFID PASS began taking fixed-cost projects and had increased its staff to a total of four chemical engineers.

In 2009 when the global recession hit, RFID PASS’s niche place in the engineering market allowed RFID PASS to not only survive, but to innovate and thrive. This was the first time that RFID PASS expanded its engineering service offerings even beyond strict dynamic simulation.

Today, RFID PASS has branched out into a variety of chemical engineering disciplines (its hiring process has become much more selective) . Today the company offers dynamic simulation, controls, pressure relief analysis, flare analysis, operator training simulator services, compressor services, and more.



RFID & Process Automation Services, LLC

Suite 313
9950 Westpark Drive
Houston, TX 77063

ph. 713.256.0925
fax 713.965.4390