RFID

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MDES integration secures digital-payment solutions

MDES integration secures digital-payment solutions
G&D's Convego Hub solution has been integrated with the Mastercard Digital Enabled Service (MDES). With this integration to MDES, G&D can provide a one-stop solution to Mastercard issuers for secure mobile payments both for issuers’ own wallets on HCE (Host Card Emulation)-enabled mobile devices as well as for issuer participation in third-party wallets.
27th February 2017

Improvement of power and density for RFID chips

For RFID Tags, dynamic power is a critical factor as the capability for lower power translates immediately into a wider range of detection (RFID tag read range) and/or a highest identification rate in the same range. The main degree of freedom to improve power and area of RFID tag is located in the digital block. The SESAME eLC standard cell library enables up to 50% savings of dynamic power when compared to any other logic library available at 180 nm.
26th September 2016

Thin RFID label suitable for non-metal surfaces

Thin RFID label suitable for non-metal surfaces
Now ultra-thin and including an industry leading read range of up to 8m is Brady’s new RFID Air Label for aerospace industries and airliners. By attaching the RFID Air Label to non-metal components, safety and medical equipment, aerospace industries and airliners can easily track and trace any non-metal aircraft item or component during assembly or before take-off.
15th September 2016


RFID reader combines robust construction and flexible modular software

RFID reader combines robust construction and flexible modular software
  The Ha-VIS RF-R300 UHF RFID reader from HARTING is a highly flexible unit which combines extremely robust construction for use in the toughest industrial environments with flexible modular software that allows it to be tailored to a wide range of applications.
7th September 2016

RFID block module features integrated middleware

RFID block module features integrated middleware
Turck has released the TBEN-L-DCC – an intelligent RFID module with integrated data processing functions. The Device Control Center is thus optimally equipped for use in different Industry 4.0 scenarios in production and intralogistics, such as in incoming goods and dispatch areas, in the localisation of containers, order picking or the control of goods flow.
11th August 2016

ST acquires ams' NFC & RFID reader assets

STMicroelectronics has acquired ams' assets related to its NFC and RFID reader business. ST has acquired intellectual property, technologies, products and business highly complementary to its secure MCU solutions serving mobile devices, wearables, banking, identification, industrial, automotive and IoT markets. Approximately 50 technical experts from ams have been transferred to ST.
29th July 2016

RFID range exhibition for warehousing and logistics at IMHX

RFID range exhibition for warehousing and logistics at IMHX
Exhibiting its range of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) products, HARTING will be at the IMHX show 13th-16th September in Birmingham (Stand UK14). Products on show will include the unique Ha-VIS LOCFIELD antenna and the Ha-VIS RF-R300 UHF RFID reader, both designed to meet some of the toughest industrial RFID applications.
12th July 2016

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


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center
Cyber Security - Oil, Gas, Power 2017
29th November 2017
United Kingdom London