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in RFID Journal on Dec 21, 2017
The artificial intelligence is in the concept of speculation in 2016, and in 2017, the artificial intelligence officially began to appear in the mainstream, to turn application level products. Thus in 2018, AI will enter the application period of the outbreak, and a large number of real intelligence applications will emerge.
in RFID News on Dec 21, 2017
A number of factors, including greater efficiency in the repositioning of goods for sale, led the company to sell 56 percent more apparel this year on Black Friday than in 2016.
in RFID Basics on Dec 20, 2017
The chipset, or integrated circuit (IC), houses these four memory banks and is where all the data is stored. Some chipsets have different bit allocations between the four banks to allow for more user memory or a longer EPC number. Each chipset is unique, but the same basic principles apply to all.
in RFID News on Dec 20, 2017
A doctoral thesis at the University of Grenoble Alpes identifies three methods of printing electronics for Near Field Communication tags directly onto paper; the system is now being offered by French paper company PowerCoat.
in RFID News on Dec 19, 2017
Australia's MS Queensland Youngcare is using an RFID system from N.A.S.A. Electronic Security Systems to enable its young wheelchair-bound residents to enter and leave their units and public areas, hands-free.
in RFID Journal on Dec 19, 2017
Deploying an RFID application without consideration of the environment can potentially lead to thousands of dollars spent with less than stellar read rates. If positive results cannot be provided within the required timeframe, the project may be abandoned and the organization deprived of potential time and cost savings.
in RFID News on Dec 18, 2017
After a year of operation, Sapati has achieved a 100 percent increase in its sales, thanks to the use of radio frequency identification and other technologies to improve the customer experience.
in RFID Journal on Dec 18, 2017
Mobile and made of metal and glass, vehicles require a little more planning for RFID tag and equipment setup than some other applications. Before getting into the how-to of the setup, let’s first address the three main reasons vehicles are tracked using RFID.
in RFID News on Dec 15, 2017
The NFC Forum's 2017 Technical Specification offers new specs and modifications to existing ones intended to ensure legacy and future Near Field Communication technologies can interoperate as the number of NFC applications swells.
in RFID Journal on Dec 15, 2017
Many people learn about RFID and its capabilities and then think of a way this technology could benefit a business, personal, or real-world process. While RFID is useable in many types of applications, the feasibility – from either an application or cost standpoint – isn’t always there. This article walks you through the essential steps to find out if your application is RFID ready.
in RFID Journal on Dec 14, 2017
All along, the domestic mobile payment development is based on NFC and two-dimensional code of competition, but the payment of two-dimensional code has been expanding from online to offline, such as business, catering, taxi or even to super street stalls. And now even NFC the last territory "proud of the traffic has been paid penetration, swept the two-dimensional code to pay any that imagine the scene.
on Dec 14, 2017
Companies are purchasing Bluvision's new BEEKs Mini Tamper Proof Tag to protect their high-value assets or supplies, by detecting if someone breaks the beacon adhesive, and then receiving alerts based on that action.
in RFID News on Dec 13, 2017
The United Kingdom's NHS Trust is launching a UHF RFID system from Ingenica Solutions to track implants received, stored and then placed inside patients, to reduce manual efforts for tracking the high-value devices, while also increasing patient safety.
in RFID Basics on Dec 13, 2017
Low Frequency RFID
Low Frequency (LF) RFID is a band on the radio frequency spectrum that typically operates between 125 kHz and 134 kHz. Technically, LF applications can operate on a larger bandwidth from 30 kHz to 300 kHz; however, the specific band varies from country to country and depends on frequencies set aside for radio and marine life tracking.