• Technology








    Search text
    Application Scope







    Uncheck

Articles Page 7

Contact | Kathrein Solutions
Kathrein

Thomas Brunner

Managing Director
Kathrein Solutions GmbH

Phone: (+49) 8036-90831 21

www.kathrein-solutions.com
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kathrein Solutions

in Articles | By Kathrein | 10 June 2015

In the long term, UHF RFID will replace existing RFID applications because of its greater function range and superior performance

Intelligent data generated by smart RFID solutions forms a crucial part of efficient, transparent processes. To achieve this, the use of innovative UHF technology is essential, maintains Emre Gürbüz, from Kathrein RFID. UHF offers not only a significantly greater function range, for example identifying sources of interference or enabling direction recognition, says the Sales Manager, but also has the potential to enable a crossenterprise data flow. “Only when all relevant stages of production are supported by UHF RFID can the potential of the technology achieve 100 per cent – including processes between companies,” says Emre Gürbüz.

Emre Gürbüz, Sales Manager RFID, Kathrein RFID, in interview with “RFID im Blick”

Contact | HARTING Technologiegruppe
Harting Technologiegruppe

Olaf Wilmsmeier

Business Development Manager RFID
HARTING Technology Group

Phone: (+49) 5772-47 0

www.harting-rfid.com
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

HARTING Technologiegruppe

in Articles | By Harting Technologiegruppe | 09 June 2015

OPC UA Will Reduce the Cost of RFID System Integration

RFID applications not only need to be innovative and to enable more efficient processes – the hardware must also be durable and the interfaces must be universal. Proprietary systems always have the disadvantage of possible high follow-up costs because of the necessary compatibility tests for extensions. With OPC UA there should be no uncertainty. RFID system integration can be more reliable and cheaper: that is Harting’s vision, the company that is actively shaping the standardisation of OPC UA for AIDC applications. „The foundations are set, and interest in the market is so big that we deploy RFID pilot projects on the basis of OPC UA in cooperation with industrial enterprises,“ says Peter Feldmann from Harting, and he explains the advantages for integrators and users.

Peter Feldmann, Business Development, Harting IT System Integration, in interview with “RFID im Blick”

Contact | LIV tec
LIV tec

Peer Kohlstetter

Geschäftsführer
LIV tec GmbH

Telefon: (+49) 911-477741 0

www.liv-tec.de
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

LIV tec

in Articles | By LIV tec | 01 June 2015

Even in harsh industrial environments positioning tasks can be solved with accuracy

“For industrial companies, precise positioning in production processes is still, in the main, an unknown area,” says Peer Kohlstetter, LIV Tec. In order to optimise processes, however, the exact position recognition of industrial trucks, pallet cages, assets and expensive tools or equipment is crucial in large industrial buildings or grounds. “What technologies are used largely depends on the solution. It is not wise to decide a priori for WLAN, Wifi or active RFID in all situations. In extreme environments where these technologies may reach their limits, technological alternatives are required.”

Peer Kohlstetter, Managing Director, LIV Tec, in interview with “RFID im Blick”

Contact | ENTIAC
ENTIAC

Johannes Szarata

Managing Director
Entiac GmbH

Tel: (+49) 5121-500 121

www.entiac.com

ENTIAC

in Articles | By ENTIAC | 01 June 2015

Entiac develops AIDC solutions with a focus on medium-sized automotive suppliers

Nearly all major car manufacturers have an extensive knowledge of RFID technology. The company Entiac is a specialist in ERP and AIDC solutions for automotive production and logistics. Building on 20 years industry knowledge, Entiac focuses on medium-sized car manufacturer suppliers, supporting them with tailored solutions. In an interview, John Szarata, CEO of Entiac, talks about Entiac’s transformation from a pure IT House to an AIDC solutions provider. In the words of the company’s Managing Director: “RFID is unstoppable in the automotive industry. In 2015, we will position ourselves to implement affordable solutions for our customers, the medium-sized suppliers.”

Johannes Szarata, Managing Director, Entiac, talking with “RFID im Blick”

Contact | KEMAS
KEMAS

Patrizia Opitz

Marketing Manager
KEMAS GmbH

Phone: (+49) 3723-6944 0

www.kemas.de/en
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

KEMAS

in Articles | By KEMAS | 07 May 2015

RFID Applications for Safer Narcotics Handling and more Efficient Med Wear Management

Hospital processes are subject to higher safety and hygiene requirements so that the health of patients and staff is not endangered. Unauthorised access to drugs, for example, has to be prevented. Handling employees’ med wear is also complex. The company Kemas provides solutions for both areas using RFID technology. Kemas presents its concepts in the ‘Hospital of the Future’, which was created and managed by the Fraunhofer ISST.

Frizzi Seltmann, Marketing Manager, Kemas, in interview with “RFID im Blick”

Contact | SATO
SATO Europe

Detlev Müller

General Manager
SATO Europe GmbH

Telefon: (+49)6221-5850 0

www.satoeurope.com/de
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SATO

in Articles | By SATO Europe | 23 April 2015

RFID printers have an expanded application range due to frequency independence, new antenna technology and Phase Jitter Modulation

Global and versatile: The new generation of UHF industrial printers combines all the technological requirements for use in global supply chains in one module, as Detlev Müller, General Manager, Sato Germany, explains in an interview with “RFID im Blick”. Sato extends its product portfolio across UHF and HF with new RFID modules for applicators and printers of the NX Series. In addition, the printer manufacturer is driving forward the PJM technology for applications in the healthcare sector and the diamond industry.

Detlev Müller, General Manager, Sato Germany, interviewed by “RFID im Blick“

Contact | sys-pro
sys-pro

Harald Dittmar

Geschäftsführer
sys-pro GmbH

Telefon: (+49) 30-56592 0

www.sys-pro.de
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

sys-pro

in Articles | By sys-pro | 14 April 2015

NFC in Fashion Retail: The combination of NFC smartphones and RFID data has definite potential.

Using NFC to develop ways of improving the shopping experience is not a new idea. What’s new is making the RFID-generated data available for customers with NFC-enabled smartphones. Alexander Gauby, from Sys-Pro, sees the potential to combine these two technologies and bring customers who are currently shopping online back into the stores. „We want to combine online and store shopping and help companies to take the opportunity to increase their market share.“ This new approach is reinforced by the experience of other sustainable RFID roll-outs.

Alexander Gauby, Head of RFID Business Development, Sys-Pro, interviewed by „RFID im Blick“

Contact | HID Global
HID Global

Guido Kuhrmann

Sales Director Identification Technologies
HID Global GmbH

Phone: (+49) 6123-791 0

www.hidglobal.com
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

HID Global

in Articles | By HID Global | 01 April 2015

Even though it has numerous applications, RFID is still a niche technology in the medical environment – there is no reason for it to be, as various innovative and economic solutions demonstrate

There are multiple ways RFID can benefit the medical sector. Human error or confusion, the worst case scenarios, can lead to patient deaths. “The potential to use RFID in healthcare is deployed more than most people are aware of – and not just from a theoretical point of view,“ Eric Suligoj points out. “Transponders are used in various shapes and sizes, and in addition reader modules from our portfolio are already used in countless applications in virtually all medical areas.“ Eric Suligoj talks with “RFID im Blick“ about the processes in which RFID is already used for optimisation.

Eric Suligoj, Director Business Development – Industry & Logistics, HID Global in an interview with “RFID im Blick”

Contact | Murata
Murata Elektronik

Masahiko Fukuhara

Product Manager
Murata Electronics Europe B.V.

Phone: (+31) 23-5698 363

www.murata.com/products/rfid
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Murata

in Articles | By Murata Elektronik | 24 March 2015

NFC and UHF are enablers for the digital world

Many product manufacturers want to communicate interactively with the consumer. So what could be better than using an NFC-enabled smartphone? If NFC tags are integrated within certain products, new opportunities open up for customer interaction, brand protection or product tracking, explains Alexander Schmoldt, Murata Electronics in his interview. This expert who ‘thinks outside the box‘ describes UHF integration as an alternative to NFC in mobile phones and explains where this will take them.

Alexander M. Schmoldt, Business Development Manager, Murata Elektronik, interviewed by „RFID im Blick“

Contact | AdvanIDe
AdvanIDe

Holger Winterhalter

Segment Head Secure Access
AdvanIDe GmbH

Tel: (+49) 6123-791 430

www.advanide.com
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

AdvanIDe

in Articles | By AdvanIDe | 03 March 2015

The ID market will grow by 15 per cent in 2015

Holger Winterhalter, Head of Secure Access at Advanide is convinced that the entire ID market will grow by 10 to 15 per cent in 2015. The company, who distribute semiconductor products, identifies particular growth potential in Transportation, Access Management and Loyalty within the smart card and RFID industry. The migration to contactless technology will strongly increase the demand for secure contactless smart card technologies. In the IC area, the need for more security and a greater memory size increases.

Holger Winterhalter, Head of Secure Access at Advanide, in an interview with "RFID im Blick"

Page 7 of 19