RFID

Read: DoorBird Releases A1121 Access Control Device With Keypad, RFID

DoorBird Releases A1121 Access Control Device With Keypad, RFID

The new DoorBird A1121 access control solution incorporates WiFi and PoE options to allow its installation in a range of locations.

Read: HID Global Acquires Vizinex RFID to Bolster RFID Tag Portfolio

HID Global Acquires Vizinex RFID to Bolster RFID Tag Portfolio

HID says the acquisition advances its stature within the quickly growing RFID tag market, as Vizinex RFID provides high-quality standard and custom tags to clients that help create new efficiencies, save money and improve tracking, security and authentication.

Read: Interface Launches Solutions for Infant Security, Wandering Patient Management

Interface Launches Solutions for Infant Security, Wandering Patient Management

Interface partnered with GuardRFID, a provider of real-time locating systems (RTLS), to implement the new security and management systems.

Read: Integrated RFID for Apparel at the Center of Recent Acquisition

Integrated RFID for Apparel at the Center of Recent Acquisition

Avery Dennison Smartrac intends to market UHF RFID products that can be sewn or built into garments to provide loss prevention and tracking functionality for a product’s entire lifespan.

Read: Sports, Music Venues Reduce Touchpoints With RFID and NFC Payments

Sports, Music Venues Reduce Touchpoints With RFID and NFC Payments

A new NFC and RFID solution is being deployed at concerts and games to allow touch-free transactions and ordering via mobile phones.

Read: HID Global Acquires Omni-ID to Extend RFID Capabilities

HID Global Acquires Omni-ID to Extend RFID Capabilities

The deal for Omni-ID extends HID’s portfolio of active and passive RAIN RFID UHF tags and IoT components, and deepens its RFID customization capabilities.

Read: Identiv Joins DoseID Consortium to Develop Healthcare RFID Standards

Identiv Joins DoseID Consortium to Develop Healthcare RFID Standards

Identiv’s platform encompasses RFID and NFC, cybersecurity, and the full spectrum of physical access, video and audio security.

Read: Could State-of-the-Art Chip Drive Down Cost of RFID Tags?

Could State-of-the-Art Chip Drive Down Cost of RFID Tags?

The UHF RFID chip, developed by a team at North Carolina State University, is said to be small enough to enable RFID tags to cost less than a cent apiece.

Read: How MIT Researchers Are Commercializing RFID, Computer Vision Robotics

How MIT Researchers Are Commercializing RFID, Computer Vision Robotics

The MIT Media Lab system employs RFID technology to enable a robot to find a specific item in a complex environment and take instructions.

Read: How a Senior Living Facility Is Using NFC, BLE Technology for Contact Tracing

How a Senior Living Facility Is Using NFC, BLE Technology for Contact Tracing

Fobs worn by staff, residents and visitors allow for the recording of movement and interactions of individuals in the facility.

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