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Anti-theft car key case keeps thieves away

Anti-theft car key case keeps thieves away
  Men’s luxury fashion brand, Vanacci has launched a solution to the recent rise in car key thefts. The firm’s brand-new product, KeyBlock, uses RFID-blocking technology to prevent thieves from gaining access to a car without a key. Its Kickstarter campaign surpassed its campaign goal of £1,000 by more than 300% in 24 hours.
17th April 2019

Reducing vibration injuries in heavy industries

Reducing vibration injuries in heavy industries
A specialist in Hand Arm Vibration (HAV) risk management has collaborated with a specialist RFID software consultancy to develop a new automated management tracking and reporting system. Edinburgh based Reactec has developed a range of HAV management tools, which aim to improve protection for employees in heavy industries with the support of Lancashire-based CoreRFID. 
10th April 2019

RFID antennas over IO-Link for numerous applications

RFID antennas over IO-Link for numerous applications
The onward march of IO-Link seems unstoppable, and for good reason. With advantages such as much more data and diagnostics for minimal extra cost. Ifm electronic has one of the largest offerings of IO-Link sensors on the market and an established range of RFID systems which combine the technologies. 
23rd January 2019


RFID protection in a range of frequencies

RFID protection in a range of frequencies
From protecting valuable assets to protecting lives, radio-frequency identification (RFID) has many different industrial applications. Take the oil and gas sector, where everything from asset management to ensuring testing is up to date on safety equipment can be done with RFID. RFID from HellermannTyton is available in a range of frequencies, each with its own benefits.
21st January 2019

SMT production line detects PCBs using RFID

SMT production line detects PCBs using RFID
An RFID system in which PCBs communicate with their SMT production line and contain all the relevant manufacturing data has been developed by HARTING. Based on the company’s RFID-4-SMT auto-ID solution, the new system cuts error rates, radically simplifies documentation requirements and forms the basis for automated PCB production in a batch size of one.
17th January 2019

Module series offers design versatility and built-in security

Module series offers design versatility and built-in security
Global provider of positioning and wireless communication technologies, u-blox, has announced the NINA-W15 multiradio and gateway module series, which can simultaneously support both WiFi 802.11 b/g/n connections and dual-mode Bluetooth connectivity. This includes support for both Bluetooth low energy and Bluetooth BR/EDR.
2nd November 2018

Equipment testing specialist switches to RFID system

Equipment testing specialist switches to RFID system
One of Ireland's leading testing and inspection specialists for lifting equipment, Anderco Lifting, has switched to a new RFID system, using CoreRFID's CheckedOK system for its on-site reports, to improve safety and efficiency. CheckedOK offers equipment safety testing and inventory reports enabling users to pull all data together in one place and send it directly to clients. 
25th September 2018

Ultra small robust ceramic UHF RFID tags for tool tracking

Ultra small robust ceramic UHF RFID tags for tool tracking
Within the Aerospace industry, safety issues have special importance. In case of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services of aircrafts and spaceships, any object that is not where it is supposed to be provides a high risk to safety. These foreign objects include, among others, metal tools used for maintenance services by MRO service providers which are forgotten after servicing the aircraft.
13th August 2018

Ultra-small, robust ceramic UHF RFID tags suitable for sterilisation

Ultra-small, robust ceramic UHF RFID tags suitable for sterilisation
The ultra-high frequency (UHF) RFID transponders from Kyocera are applicable on metal and suitable for the sterilisation processes of surgical instruments in hospitals involving high temperatures, humidity and chemical exposure.
25th June 2018

Passive RFID using UHF delivers long-range benefits in the IoT

Passive RFID using UHF delivers long-range benefits in the IoT
For consumers, the impact of the IoT may be summarised as greater convenience, for example, many people now use contactless payment, something that is enabled by short-range RF communications between a payment terminal and a bank card, mobile phone or smart watch equipped with the same technology. Recently, the introduction of Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) RFID technology has extended that potential. By Costica Dima, Technical Marketing Manager, RFID, Avnet Silica
20th June 2018


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