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Contactless technologies on the rise in smart cities

Contactless technologies on the rise in smart cities
Contactless card and touch-and-go mobile technology payments are on the rise: especially consumers and commuters in highly populated urban areas require higher transaction speeds and more convenience. Infineon helps card and device manufacturers and transport operators to cope with the security and performance challenges of this trend.
23rd May 2017

Comprehensive security must match demand for mobile payments

Comprehensive security must match demand for mobile payments
Payment providers need to ensure that steps are being taken to combat a broadening attack surface. This is the warning from Promon, a provider of protection for applications against existing and new malware threats.
25th April 2017

Cooperation delivers wireless solutions for private networks

Wireless Telecom Group company, CommAgility, has been chosen by Harris to help Harris deliver LTE Small Cell base stations and terminal products for private network operators. Harris’ licensing of CommAgility’s software technology and customisation services allows Harris to quickly and reliably address the needs of its customers. Private networks serve specialised communications needs in the energy, maritime, aviation, security and public safety sectors.
13th April 2017


NFC anti-tamper solution keeps the tipple on the shelf

NFC anti-tamper solution keeps the tipple on the shelf
NXP Semiconductors and GCL Technologies have announced that after one year of intensive research and development, both companies are proud to present the industry’s first fully integrated and mass scalable Near Field Communication (NFC) tamper evident closure solution dedicated to the wine and spirits industry.
12th April 2017

Are you willing to share data over in-store WiFi to receive offers?

Are you willing to share data over in-store WiFi to receive offers?
    A survey shows retailers will reap rewards if they overcome consumers’ concerns about data security and being bombarded with irrelevant or irritating messages.
11th April 2017

Batteries not included

Batteries not included
Until wireless power becomes mainstream, it is widely believed that the potential offered by the Internet of Things, and indeed the Industrial Internet of Things, cannot be fully realised. Scientists at Imperial College London have brought that breakthrough a step closer after demonstrating an efficient method for transferring power wirelessly to a drone while it is flying.  
7th March 2017

Low-cost data roaming embedded in ZTE Blade V8 Lite

Low-cost data roaming embedded in ZTE Blade V8 Lite
Global Roaming Solution provider, UROS – Uni-fi Roaming Solutions, has announced that Goodspeed roaming will be embedded in the newly launched ZTE Blade V8 Lite. Goodspeed Roaming, offering low-cost flat-rate mobile data globally, is implemented as a joint product development project with ZTE.
2nd March 2017

Future Electronics bolsters NFC offering

Future Electronics bolsters NFC offering
Future Electronics has signed worldwide distribution agreements with Smartrac and Elatec which enable it to supply customers with a comprehensive choice of NFC, HF and UHF tag ICs and inlays, reader ICs and reader modules. Smartrac is a manufacturer of NFC, HF and UHF inlays. Inlays are tag labels which may be applied to almost any end product or package for data-rich, wireless identification. Germany-based Elatec supplies integrated, certified NFC modules operating in the low-frequency and high-frequency bands.
22nd February 2017

GNSS module is at the core of the GNSS receiver series

GNSS module is at the core of the GNSS receiver series
  u-blox announced that its Untethered 3D Dead Reckoning (UDR) Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) module NEO-M8U is at the core of Navilock’s new GNSS receiver series. The new portfolio will enable retrofitting of Dead Reckoning (DR) and Untethered Dead Reckoning (UDR) technology in any vehicle.
8th February 2017

Recharging points now installed on pilgrimage route

Recharging points now installed on pilgrimage route
Pilgrims travelling between Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia can now recharge and top up their phones at forty stations featuring durable ZyBrid custom designed Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT) touch sensors from Zytronic. 
3rd February 2017


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center