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Contact | Fujitsu Electronics
Fujitsu Electronics

Jozsef Miho

Marketing Engineer
Fujitsu Electronics Europe GmbH

Telefon: (+49) 6103-690 476

www.fujitsu.com/feeu
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Fujitsu Electronics

in Articles | By Fujitsu Electronics | 08 September 2016

Gateway to Innovation

On 1 January 2016, Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe, active member of the European electronics market for over 30 years, has become Fujitsu Electronics Europe. The new name reflects the realignment strategy of the global electronics company: Serving the automotive, industrial, communications and home entertainment markets, Fujitsu Electronics Europe not only positions itself as a global distributor, and broadens its portfolio, FEEU also aims to act as gateway to high-quality solutions by removing barriers to innovation, as Managing Director Axel Tripkewitz explains.

Contact | Kathrein Solutions
Kathrein

Thomas Brunner

Managing Director
Kathrein Solutions GmbH

Phone: (+49) 8036-90831 21

www.kathrein-solutions.com
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Kathrein Solutions

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in Articles | By Kathrein | 08 September 2016

With a reorientation towards a stronger focus on providing solutions, the Kathrein Group is looking ahead into the future

Highly sophisticated hardware and software is the key to value-adding future-proof IoT solutions. The Kathrein Group recognised that this is a successful model and already achieved this synergy two years ago. The reason is obvious: future-oriented companies always endeavour to implement smart complete solutions and to holistically realise processes. Kathrein now orientates its solution business totally towards its customers.

Today, the business field of Kathrein RFID is a part of the “Solutions Business Unit” and bears the name “Kathrein IoT Solutions”. Jürgen Walter, as Senior Vice President, is responsible for the “Solutions Business Unit”. Thomas Brunner, as Head of Business Line, manages the “Kathrein IoT Solutions”. When interviewed by “RFID im Blick”, both managers describe the strategy that lies behind the reorientation and how IoT applications are driven globally, as well as how customers all around the world can benefit from this spirit of change.

Jürgen Walter, Senior Vice President, Solutions Business Unit, and Thomas Brunner, Head of Business Line Kathrein IoT Solutions, Kathrein Group, in an interview with “RFID im Blick Global”

Contact | NXP Semiconductors
NXP Semiconductors

Ralf Kodritsch

Director Global Segment Manager RFID Solutions
NXP Semiconductors

Phone: (+43) 3124-299 0

www.nxp-rfid.com
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NXP Semiconductors

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in Articles | By NXP Semiconductors | 26 August 2016

Although more than five billion UHF (RAIN) tags were sold worldwide in 2015, NXP understands that the technology needs to be developed to meet future needs, and to significantly advance the IoT.

The times has passed when RFID applications were used only in production and logistics, far away from the interests of consumers. RFID technology is increasingly entering peoples’ lives around the globe: in smart homes, or when shopping or making payments. For NXP, the global market leader for RFID ICs, there are clear signals that security issues are increasingly coming to the fore. Ralf Kodritsch thinks it is important to listen carefully to which market requires which specific technical solution, in order to best advise users.

In an interview with “RFID im Blick Global“, the Director of the Global Report and Segment Manager for RFID Solutions and his colleague Brintha Koether, Senior Director & GM Payments report on the challenges of developing the right solutions for the changing market demands and for different country-specific needs.

Ralf Kodritsch, Director Global Segment Manager RFID Solutions, and Brintha Koether, Senior Director & GM Payments, NXP Semiconductors, in interview with “RFID im Blick Global“

Contact | Dipole RFID
Dipole RFID

Santiago Depares

Sales Director
Dipole RFID

Tel: (+34) 93-67562 73
Sant Cugat del Vallés, Barcelona, España

www.dipolerfid.com
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Dipole RFID

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in Articles | By Dipole RFID | 05 July 2016

Going new ways: The Spanish label converter focuses on pioneer work in niche markets

Connected products that interact with consumers digitally: For Dipole Industry 4.0, IoT and adaptive AutoID technology products play an essential role in the business strategy of the RFID company. To provide the necessary tools for achieving the complete digitalisation of a company the label converter offers custom-built ID technologies, RFID, NFC as well as software and hardware solutions. Santiago Depares from Dipole speaks with “RFID im Blick Global” about the company‘s portfolio, expansion plans and the importance of Industry 4.0.

Santiago Depares, Sales Manager, Dipole, in an interview with “RFID im Blick Global”

Contact | Syrma Technology
Syrma Technology

Jürgen Mangold

Sales Representative D/A/CH
Syrma Technology

Tel: (+49) 89-23543125

www.syrmatech.com
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Syrma Technology

in Articles | By Syrma Technology | 23 June 2016

Syrma Technology focuses on customised speciality tags for all industry branches

Identification technologies play an essential role in the business strategy of the international tag designer and manufacturer that has over 15 years of experience in the RFID sector. Sreeram Srinivasan, Jeyakumar Nelson and Sreedharan N G from Syrma Technology spoke with “RFID im Blick Global” about the company‘s specialisation in customer-built RFID tags for mass production, the product portfolio and the future of RFID.

Sreeram Srinivasan, CEO, Jeyakumar Nelson, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing and Sreedharan N G, Senior Vice President of Engineering and Quality at Syrma Technology, in an interview with “RFID im Blick Global”

Contact | SAG Securitag Assembly Group
Securitag Assembly Group

Stanley Chen

Marketing Specialist
(SAG) Securitag Assembly Group Co., Ltd.

Phone: (+886) 4-24925298 ext 1116
Taichung 412, Taiwan R.O.C.

www.sag.com.tw
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SAG Securitag Assembly Group

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in Articles | By Securitag Assembly Group | 16 June 2016

On-Metal, In-Metal and Behind- Metal transponders and sensor transponders to be launched in 2016

The Taiwanese transponder manufacturer focuses strongly on industrial applications in 2016. A newly developed series of On-Metal, In-Metal and Behind-Metal transponders as well as RFID sensor tags completes the portfolio of the company. Stanley Chen from SAG speaks with “RFID im Blick Global” about new product developments and the main focus of the company in 2016.

Stanley Chen, Marketing Specialist, Securitag Assembly Group (SAG), in an interview with “RFID im Blick Global”

Contact | NXP Semiconductors
NXP Semiconductors

Ralf Kodritsch

Director Global Segment Manager RFID Solutions
NXP Semiconductors

Phone: (+43) 3124-299 0

www.nxp-rfid.com
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NXP Semiconductors

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in Articles | By NXP Semiconductors | 06 June 2016

RFID in 2016

INNOVATION – Creating the future

“Innovation is our watchword, and goes hand in hand with talent to ensure that NXP takes the lead in the markets in which it operates. Through innovation we protect our competitive edge, helping our customers differentiate new and unique applications for modern consumer electronics that positively affect all aspects of life. Today we are working towards the future, focused on the megatrends of energy efficiency, connected devices, security, and health. By aligning our innovations with these areas, we key into growth-market revenue streams. Not only that, our close collaboration with customers and key eco system players plays a fundamental role in the advancement of modern society: as the world changes, its needs and product requirements evolve, and this is the source of our innovation.”

Written by Ralf Kodritsch, Director Segment Manager RFID Solutions

Contact | HID Global
HID Global

Guido Kuhrmann

Sales Director Identification Technologies
HID Global GmbH

Phone: (+49) 6123-791 0

www.hidglobal.com
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HID Global

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in Articles | By HID Global | 24 May 2016

Cryopreservation with miniaturised RFID transponders

Numerous challenging hospital conditions can be overcome using special RFID transponders for proprietary applications

In sterilisation, cryopreservation or in asset management: RFID is often the ideal solution when it comes to identifying objects in challenging hospital conditions. Guido Kuhrmann, HID Global, is convinced about the technology. Why do so few hospitals rely on RFID? The transponder expert looks at state-of-the-art developments assessing the current situation in interview with ‘RFID im Blick Global’.

Guido Kuhrmann, Sales Director IT, HID Global, in interview with ‘RFID im Blick Global’

Contact | MICROSENSYS
MICROSENSYS

Reinhard Jurisch

Managing Director
MICROSENSYS GmbH

Phone: (+49) 361-59874 0

www.microsensys.de/en.html
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MICROSENSYS

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in Articles | By MICROSENSYS | 13 April 2016

Sterilisation will benefit from quality assurance solutions based on the use of passive RFID plus sensors, starting in autumn 2016.

In steam sterilisation the temperature is raised up to 134 degrees Celsius, and the pressure is increased to three bar over a maximum period of one hour. Every day in German hospitals and laboratories millions of instruments are sterilised with heat and pressure. How can checks be made as to whether the temperature is constant over the entire operation time? In autumn 2016, Microsensys developers will be able to provide the answer with the use of a fully enclosed data logger, raising quality management to a new level. The CEO of Microsensys talks with ‘RFID im Blick’ about other approaches, for example, how the medical industry can benefit from the use of RFID.

Reinhard Jurisch and Peter Peitsch, CEO of Microsensys, in interview with ‘RFID im Blick’

Contact | eAgile
eAgile

René Wyss

Managing Director
eAgile, Inc.

Phone: (+41) 76-81828 24

www.eAgile.com
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eAgile

in Articles | By eAgile | 05 April 2016

With an RFID inlay in the closing seal, the pharmaceutical supply chain is safer. Can a hybrid chip further improve customer interactions?

Cap seals are insignificant all-rounders. They are the icing on the cake of a product, in terms of design, safety and function. Whether in the food, cosmetics or pharmaceutical industry, closing seals keep ingredients fresh, clean and seal the container. Cap seals provide safety not only for the contents, but are an authenticity seal. ‘RFID im Blick’ talked to eAgile CEO Gary Burns about how it works. With an RFID chip in the cap, the company wants to bring a security level into the pharmaceutical supply chain that has so far been impossible. They want at the same time to avoid extensive process changes or adaptations. eAgile focusses on supply chain improvements, on reducing counterfeit drugs and on improving service for end customers.

Gary Burns, CEO, eAgile, in interview with ‘RFID im Blick’

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