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in RFID News on Dec 11, 2017
RFID (radio frequency identification) is not a new thing, and it has been widely used for many years, such as a lot of American retail stores, including Messi ZARA, Decathlon sports, in the use of this technology. Its working principle is very simple, that is, each product has a radio frequency ID label, and the label has its own unique magnetic signature. The signature is extracted by the receiver or RFID reader, not only unique, but also can display the location of the tagged product.
in RFID Journal on Dec 08, 2017
Available on the iPhone since the iPhone 7, NFC capabilities are now being unlocked for iPhone users with the iOS 11 update. With Apple’s new framework, Core NFC, users will now be able to read NFC tags using their supported Apple devices.
in RFID News on Dec 08, 2017
Zebra Technologies has released its "2017 Global Shopper Study," which measures how well retailers are keeping up with shopper expectations at physical stores and online, with an eye toward improving those numbers with RFID and IoT technologies.
Delta Air Lines' Aviation Sensor ID Bay will be dedicated to researching and development related to RFID technology use for tracking flyable parts, baggage and tools for airlines, aircraft companies and original equipment manufacturers, as well as for the RFID companies that serve them.
in RFID News on Dec 07, 2017
2017, known as the first year of "AI", as an important driving force for the fourth industrial revolution, AI (Artificial Intelligence) is changing many industries. From industrial robots, service robots, pilotless, intelligent medical treatment to AR/VR, artificial intelligence has been ubiquitous.
in RFID Journal on Nov 27, 2017
Many hi-tech companies have embarked on implementing Industry 4.0 manufacturing by deploying sensors around their costly machines and equipment to collect, transmit, aggregate and analyse operating data under an Internet of IoT architecture. Contributed by Advantech
in RFID News on Nov 24, 2017
Now, our life becomes more and more convenient and easy with mobile payments, but even so, we still need take out of mobile phone to sweep the two-dimensional code. It is with no trouble, but when the weather is cold winter to meet, not easy to warm up the hand, it always makes people feel uncomfortable. There would be a good way to keep warm and pay together.
in RFID Journal on Nov 17, 2017
Because of the domestic mobile payment environment, the two-dimensional code has occupied in most of the market, which was forced to let these emerging mobile payments become unpopular. But the age of the river is constantly running, and payment will not stop the pace of innovation.
in RFID News on Nov 15, 2017
The Japanese fast fashion giant UNIQLO (Uniqlo) parent company, fast retailing group (Fast Retailing) recently announced that it will be brought within one year in the global 3000 stores, including 2000 outlets UNIQLO stores introduced RFID (radio frequency identification) tag.
in RFID News on Nov 09, 2017
STMicroelectronics' ST53G is designed to enable makers of battery-powered watches or other devices to integrate contactless payments or other NFC functionalities into their products.
in RFID News on Oct 30, 2017
Through a partnership with Visa, a new device from Trigg can be used on Cielo-, Getnet- and Rede-enabled machines, via a mobile app.
in RFID News on Oct 17, 2017
Datatag's MASTER Security Scheme identification system is being used to protect mid-sized motorcycles from theft in the United Kingdom, while city police departments are considering use of the technology for smaller road bikes.
in RFID News on Sep 14, 2017
Teijin's Recopick system allows St. Luke's International Hospital to manage the location and status of pumps and other devices, thereby eliminating visits to its clinical engineering room, and reducing the tendency of nurses to horde equipment in their wards.
in RFID News on Sep 13, 2017
The RFID TRAIL solution, from EDM Studio, allows student groups visiting the Museum of Australian Democracy to engage with their own nation's history, with RFID cards and readers built into exhibit screens.