Multi-Standard RFID Reader for Efficient Upgrading

Elatec, the experts in RFID, are proud to present the new TWN4 USB Front Reader, another version of the company’s successful TWN4 MultiTech 3 BLE model. This new RFID reader can be plugged into any device using an easily accessible USB connection in order to quickly and easily set it up for an authentication solution. It is perfectly suited for applications in secure printing and authentication, as well as computers, industrial machines, or medical devices.

The TWN4 USB Front Reader supports all of the common RFID standards in the frequency ranges 125 and 134.2 kHz as well as the 13.56 MHz band, doing this in the skilled tradition of Elatec RFID readers. Additionally, it can also support BLE and NFC and mobile solutions for iPhones and Android smartphones.

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The rapid development of the modern society forces industries to improve their production efficiency and business format continuously, most of traditional industries face challenges during those transformations. RFID technology, as the epochal technology to accelerate the business to satisfy variable requirements in globally.

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  • Coverstory: Norrøna Sport talks about RFID in the retail supply chain
  • Current use cases by Mercedes-Benz Vans, Trafik Stockholm, Israelite Hospital Services, Charité CFM Facility Management, and LoeschPack
  • Technology articles with Balluff, Bosch & VDA, Identytag, SML, All4Labels Global Packaging Group, and NXP Semiconductors
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The platform for stations with passion for travel experience

Myvia takes personalized travel experience to a new era by using predictive intelligence and improving operational efficiency.

Myvia is a leading platform that enhances the user experience and increases operational efficiency at airports, train stations, and metro stations.

As a travel data aggregator, we at Confidex increase our customers' insight with our in-depth understanding of travel metadata - based on proven industrial wireless IoT technologies.

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At NRF 2018 in New York, Smartrac showcased the way toward the ‘Internet of Your Things’. Together with its partners Blue Bite and Temera, the RFID and IoT pacesetter also presented innovative solutions and real-world examples of how brand owners and retailers can utilize it here and now.

Once products are digitized via embedded RFID technology and the digital IDs associated with the tags are securely married with the product data, the stage is set for the profitable utilization of the newly created ‘Internet of Your Things’.

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A “digital seal” for a wide range of consumer and industry products

RFID and IoT solutions provider Smartrac has announced its new Circus Tamper Loop tags specifically designed for tamper detection and authentication via NFC-enabled smartphones.

Targeting a wide array of applications for packaged goods in consumer and industrial markets, Circus Tamper Loop opens the door to entirely new, NFC-based consumer experience solutions featuring higher security and additional consumer engagement at the point of sale and post-sale.

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NFC in Electronic Shelf Labels enables energy-efficient shelf management at low cost

With NFC-enabled Electronic Shelf Labels (ESL), wrong price indication, non-transparent processes, and unsatisfactory customer interactions are a thing of the past. In retail, the NFC technology significantly adds up to standard ESLs which display the price and facilitate the stock management, by enabling price updates at any time, simplified customer interactions, reassignments, firmware updates, and much more via a simple tap on an NFC-enabled smartphone. Fabrice Punch, Marketing Manager, NXP Semiconductors France, spoke with RFID & Wireless IoT Global about the benefits and potentials of the energy-efficient and versatile, shelf management solution.

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Alba Thyment uses NFC to market and protect its cosmetics brand Alba 1913

When pharmaceutical and cosmetics manufacturer Alba Thyment entered the Asian market with the cosmetics brand Alba 1913 in 2015, one central question called for an answer: how can products be protected against counterfeiting? This was followed by the question of how customers can verify the authenticity of products as simply as possible. After all, like other sectors, the cosmetics industry is heavily affected by counterfeit products.

Alba Thyment decided to use NFC chips in the packaging of their product, demonstrating what efficient marketing with simultaneous brand protection can look like.

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