RFID

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PLI, Smartrac & NXP join forces to ramp up security

PLI (Plasticard-Locktech International), the world's largest manufacturer of hotel keycards, has signed a large-scale and long-term supply agreement with Smartrac, featuring NXP MIFARE ICs. For Smartrac, the agreement means a breakthrough in the global hospitality, leisure and entertainment market, while PLI and its customers will benefit from a quantum leap in product capability, quality and security.
27th May 2016

Add sensing capabilities to a piece of paper

Add sensing capabilities to a piece of paper
One of the most common, versatile daily items, a piece of paper is used to draw a doodle, practice writing, print reports or scribble a hasty shopping list. Now, connecting real-world items such as a paper aeroplane or a classroom survey form to the larger IoT environment is possible using off-the-shelf technology and a pen, sticker or stencil pattern.
17th May 2016

RFID chip is virtually impossible to hack

RFID chip is virtually impossible to hack
Researchers at MIT and Texas Instruments have developed a new type of RFID chip that is virtually impossible to hack. If such chips were widely adopted, it could mean that an identity thief couldn’t steal your credit card number or key card information by sitting next to you at a café and high-tech burglars couldn’t swipe expensive goods from a warehouse and replace them with dummy tags.
8th February 2016


Ergonomics & usability bought to sperm sample storage

The process for uniquely identifying, managing, retrieving and auditing cryogenic biological samples, from sperm to brain tissue, is being made easier, faster, safer and more user friendly through a new family of product designs created by Cambridge Industrial Design (CID) for RFID tagging pioneer Cryogatt.
20th January 2016

RFID reader IC enables rugged handheld scanner

RFID reader IC enables rugged handheld scanner
ams has announced that the 1153, a rugged, wearable RFID scanner made by Technology Solutions Limited, uses the highly-integrated, low-power AS3993 reader IC. The small, light 1153 Bluetooth Wearable RAIN (UHF) RFID Reader, which measures 10.2x5.5x5.6cm and weighs just 157g, has a palm strap so it can easily be worn on the back of the user’s hand, as well as an anchor point for attachment to a tablet computer.
13th October 2015

Unique RFID antenna is adaptable to customer applications

Unique RFID antenna is adaptable to customer applications
HARTING has developed a unique type of RFID antenna, the Ha-VIS LOCFIELD(R) antenna, which uses a coaxial travelling-wave concept to offer users a compact package with complete flexibility in the design of RF reading zones. Not only is the antenna adaptable to every customer application: it is also suitable for situations where space is at a premium.
24th September 2015

Innovative RFID tags shape the future of identification

Innovative RFID tags shape the future of identification
Cable management is being revolutionised with the development of RFID. HellermannTyton has developed a range of nylon and stainless steel identification cable ties complete with an integrated RFID tag. The new tags enable users to easily fix cables and equipment that need to carry a serial number for tracking and identification purposes.
24th September 2015

RFID systems for vehicles to be exhibited at RVE Exhibition

RFID systems for vehicles to be exhibited at RVE Exhibition
At the RVE Exhibition, the HARTING technology Group is featuring its wide range of connectivity solutions and new developments in RFID targeted at rail applications. Key products on show include the M12 range of robust circular connectors, the Han Modular range of heavy-duty connectors, inter-car jumper cables, har-port service interfaces for USB and Ethernet communications, and RFID systems for vehicle or lineside based monitoring and tracking systems.
18th September 2015

Murata presents latest RFID product range in Dusseldorf

Murata will present its latest RFID products at RFID Tomorrow, which takes place in Dusseldorf, Germany, 28th to 29th September 2015. Featured Murata products focus on enabling Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things. Products include MAGICSTRAP, UHF series for PCB and HF/NFC for Smart Plastic creation.
17th September 2015

HARTING joins racing team to verify RFID detection speeds

HARTING joins racing team to verify RFID detection speeds
HARTING has joined forces with the University of Osnabrück in Lower Saxony, Germany, in an experiment to verify the ability of the company’s RFID systems to detect objects moving at high speeds. The object of the exercise is to determine how fast a vehicle can go and still be detected with maximum reliability using RFID. This question is highly relevant in real-world practice, as demonstrated by areas of application such as warehousing and rail transport.
28th August 2015


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
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