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RFID News Roundup

Denso launches NFC-enabled point-of-sale scanner ••• Suprema adds Android support to RFID-fingerprint scanner ••• Smartrac sells Secure ID & Transactions business to Linxens ••• GS1 US releases new guidelines for item-level pharmaceutical traceability ••• Digi Int'l acquires temperature-tracking solution provider FreshTemp ••• HID Global intros multitech card for government ID programs.
By Beth Bacheldor
Nov 10, 2016

The following are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: Denso; Suprema; Smartrac, Linxens; GS1 US; Digi International, FreshTemp; and HID Global.

Denso Launches NFC-Enabled Point-of-Sale Scanner

Denso's QK30-IC reader
Mobile data-capture device maker Denso has unveiled a new scanner that leverages Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. The QK30-IC is equipped with an integrated NFC RFID reader for use with a variety of applications, such as e-ticketing, e-couponing and membership loyalty cards, and is suitable for use at the point of sale (POS) when integrated in cash registers.

The QK30-IC can be used as a fixed or built-in device that can read QR codes printed on smartphone displays on paper labels. What's more, it can interrogate RFID tags that comply with the ISO 14443 Type A/B specifications.

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