Monday, 28 November 2016 15:03

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At the upcoming tradeshow Trustech in Cannes, RFID and IoT pacesetter Smartrac is launching an integrated document verification and authentication solution. This breakthrough solution is based on the company’s IoT enablement platform Smart Cosmos, its NFC transponders, and innovative and highly secure blockchain technology provided by partner Factom.

Easy to integrate into existing infrastructures, dLoc is an innovative solution for the reliable authentication of any vital documents, from birth certificates to land titles to medical records. Combining the simplicity of NFC with the functionality of Smart Cosmos and the security of blockchain technology, dLoc provides a feasible, off-the-shelf solution to the challenge of document verification and authentication, hence eliminating the weakest link in the identity chain.

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Confidex proudly presents Confidex Links™ - world first, truly modular NFC tag portfolio for high-volume applications. The product line’s modularity is based on multiple options related to the tag’s chip memory, label materials and optional Confidex services for printing, encoding and branding of the tags.

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German based Heinlein Plastik-Technik GmbH will introduce Europe to the benefits of RFID Enabled Closures at the CPhl Pharma Event in Barcelona Spain

eAgile Inc., a global leader in radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies, announces a partnership with Heinlein Plastik-Technik GmbH to bring RFID smart packaging solutions to the European cap and closure marketplace. eSeal is the first turnkey solution engineered to integrate the benefits of RFID into the billions of caps and closures consumed by the over-the-counter pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetic and chemical manufacturers.

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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“

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Monday, 15 August 2016 12:49

RFID & Wireless IoT Global 03/2016

Cover Story: Efficiency All Along the Line

How UHF-RFID technology optimizes processes and product quality in the production of automotive exterior parts. By Josef Hefele, Promoter for Industrial Identification, Process Industries & Drives, and Michael Bock, Promoter for Industrial Identification, Process Industries & Drives, Siemens

RFID and Security

NXP Semiconductors Security states that security features ensure a bright future for RFID and NFC, whereas HID Global uses secure NFC to transform security and asset management for facilities managers. Exceet offers new, cross-indsutry adaptable token and wristband with payment function.

Topic: RFID and Automotive

Magna Steyr on its way to the smart factory and a passive UHF-RFID-Solution boosts over-all efficiency of Paragon Automotive.

Topic: RFID in Health Care

Tracking of dental instruments at Head of School of Oral Health Care, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences improves patient safety.

Topic: RFID in Fashion and Retail

RFID take-off into The Cloud by Checkpoint Systems: From in-store real-time analysis cloud-based solutions to innovative inventory robots

RFID and Aviation

No baggage gets lost! Delta Airlines rolls out a global RFID baggage tracking solution.

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NXP today expanded its advanced portfolio for plug-and-play (Near Field Communication) NFC solutions with Arduino™ add-on boards and the release of PN7150, a high performance NFC controller with integrated firmware and NCI interface. The expanded portfolio enables easier and faster integration of NFC technology in consumer electronic devices, especially in OS-based systems.

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Tuesday, 19 July 2016 09:01

RFID & Wireless IoT Global 02/2016

Topic: RFID in Maintenance

Maintenance, servicing, and employee location are possible application fields for RFID technology at the ‘alpha ventus’ wind farm. Fraunhofer IIS advances the future of predictive maintenance with RFID-based sensor nodes

Topic: RFID and Automotive

Daimler is driving forward the use of RFID in production on all fronts Audi relies on UHF RFID for tracking & tracing of car body panels RFID data is the key to success in the supply network of Continental Automotive.

Topic: RFID in Health Care

In the emergency department of the Mayo Clinic more than 200 RFID readers ensure an optimised workflow for patient safety. Olympus is an industry pioneer and relies on 4th generation RFID devices to identify flexible endoscopes during their reprocessing.

Topic: RFID in Retail

Robots in Retail: Yes, please! Dr. Johannes Trabert, Co-Founder and Executive Partner, MetraLabs, in an interview with ‘RFID im Blick Global’. Stores and warehouses can be thoroughly scanned in just a few hours (overnight or during the day) – it is possible to scan 500 to 1500 square meters per hour.

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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”

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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”

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