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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.
in RFID News on Dec 12, 2017
Nobilium's solution, from Syrma Technology, provides an automatic-identification method for nursing homes and hospitals in the form of a passive HF or NFC tag built into the dentures, to link a patient's ID with the false teeth as they are cleaned or maintained.
PervasID's Ranger Series includes specialized readers for dock doors, overhead wide-area reading, point of sale and security, along with software to manage read data.
in RFID Journal on Dec 11, 2017
Tieto Corp. has seen sales and productivity increase since it installed its own MyOffice solution, using Quuppa beacon technology, to understand how work space is used, as well as automatically enable conference room use, service requests and worker location.
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.