English June Edition “RFID im Blick” 2015

Issue Archive | 16 July 2015
RFID-Transponders | Object Identification with RFID

RFID-Transponder 2015The Latest from the Transponder Market: 30 Current Products, Expert Interviews and Applications

No Network without Transponders - RFID is ready for RFID Mass Applications

RFID-sensors, new security features, higher memory capacity of Chip-ICs, even more stable bonding through Direct Bonding and SMT production as well as robust housing expand RFID’s usage spectrum – now also on the temperature scale of -196 to +250 degree Celsius – into a new dimension. Not least, progresses in Polymer technology further the aim of RFID in mass applications. Hence, for example, physicians of the TU Munich recently succeeded to watch the creation of polymeric electrodes during a printing process live. With the gained knowledge, they improved the electronic characteristics of the printed films.

Interview partner are: Yiwen Jin - B-Id | Yilmaz Benzer - Neosid | Norbert Matthes - Contrinex Sensor | Richard Aufreiter - HID Global

Products by: B-Id, Neosid, Contrinex Sensor, HID Global, Murata Electronics, AEG Identifikation, Engineering Office ZISSEL, EURO I.D. Identifikationssysteme, Winckel, Omni-ID, Pepperl + Fuchs, Siemens, Turck, deister electronic, Harting Technology Group, smart-TEC, TexTrace, FARSENS, MICROSENSYS, BALLUFF


Object Identifiation and LabellingObject Identifiation and Labelling - An Application Overview

Maintenance, asset management, inventory, documentation - must be everywhere regular equipment, technical facilities , equipment and other items tested, used and managed, is the unique identification at the beginning. A 16-page overview presents based 28 current examples from practice solutions, technology key figures and advantages from the use of different RFID transponder in the sectors building management, energy and waste management sector, industry, automotive industry, traffic and transport, logistics and medicine.

RFID in the Oil and Gas Industry

The Ever Increasing Hunger for Energy - Working in offshore environments

Interview partner are: Michael Smetz and David Jaramillo - RUD Ketten | David Pallassini - Caen RFID | Roelof Koopmans - Mojix


On the Upswing: Slings for the
Offshore IndustryOn the Upswing: Slings for the Offshore Industry

For more than 140 years, RUD Ketten has produced slings for use, predominantly, in industry and transport. With each step forward, the components, such as chains, hooks and lifting points, are increasing in size and becoming more powerful in terms of permissible load capacity. Therefore, the chain system expert is always asking which applications require the most powerful slings. The answer brings us to the offshore industry. “During the construction and operation of offshore platforms for energy generation, construction and plant components weighing several hundreds of tons have to be safely transported and lifted within an offshore environment – a perfect scenario for our slings as well as the RFID solution RUD-ID”, Michael Smetz and David Jaramillo, RUD Ketten, in interview with ‘RFID im Blick’.

Report: RFID in the Oil and Gas IndustryReport: RFID in the Oil and Gas Industry

According to projections made by the OPEC, the energy need will increase rapidly in the next 25 years. In the 2040, 37 percent more energy will be consumed than today. There will be an increased demand for all energy sources – fossil as well as renewables. However, the projected substantial increase in consumption of mainly fossil fuels is a total contradiction to the global climate mitigation efforts and the so-called 2 degree target. A global energy transition like the German model seems to be very far right now. The hunger for energy will surely strongly affect the energy industry, as the increasing demand can only be satisfied by investments in new plants and facilities, technologies, and related services thus making this industry a trillion Euro market.


Real-time positioning creates end-to-end traceabilityReal-time Positioning Creates End-to-end Traceability

Falling oil prices have resulted in the need to make savings, with oil companies needing to make the availability of critical assets more efficient and to automate supply chains, explains Roelof Koopmans, Mojix. Real-time positioning solutions based on passive RFID technology create end-toend traceability for a variety of applications: from positioning people on oil rigs, via Asset Tracking in offshore operations, through to the worldwide tracking of materials in global supply chains. Roelof Koopmans, Managing Director Europe, Mojix, in interview with ‘RFID im Blick’

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