- RFID News Roundup
Bergen Airport to leverage BLIP Systems' technology to reduce wait times ••• RAIN RFID Alliance announces retail brands worldwide adopting UHF RFID ••• Schreiner ProTech intros RFID label for container management ••• CEVA's Bluetooth 5 Low Energy IP certified with Ellisys' Bluetooth compliance tester ••• Global Net Solutions Offers IoT badge-based security system ••• Runtime announces commercial support for Thread ••• CAEN RFID releases Bluetooth UHF RFID key fob reader.
- New Chip Features Privacy Function for European Retailers
Impinj's latest chip, the Monza R6-A, offers privacy controls and sustainability features.
- RFID Journal Highlights Some of the New Products Being Demonstrated at LIVE! 2016
Among the products being displayed at the conference and exhibition will be those from Avery Dennison, NXP Semiconductors, Omni-ID and PAL Robotics.
- RFID News Roundup
CipherLab intros software suite for its 8600 mobile computers; Great Wolf Lodge New England implements PDC's Smart Band RFID system; Norway's postal service deploys HID Global access-control technology; Lab ID unveils new NFC tag; U.S. postal service issues RFP for sensors and Internet of Things; TransTech systems adds UHF to integrated RFID solutions portfolio; new IoT survey from Fortinet reveals concerns about data security and privacy.
- RFID News Roundup
HID Global intros Seal Tag with integrated cable tie, settles patent lawsuits; InSync releases iApp Cobalt Platform for Internet of Things and RFID applications; Farsens unveils the Pyros, a battery-free RFID thermistor-based temperature sensor tag; Nomi puts its beacons in Easter eggs for high-tech hunt to raise money for charity; CNRFID, Convergent Software team up to develop RFID privacy impact assessment software; Agilent Technologies announces NFC Forum approval for analog test system; Beaconic's beacon technology gets Apple's iBeacon Mark.
- Shenzhen Hyan Microelectronics Creates Privacy-Protecting Garment Label
The company's new EPC Gen 2 solution consists of a button that is sewn onto a garment and a removable antenna that slides onto that button and extends its short read range to that of a standard UHF tag.
- GS1 Ratifies EPC Gen2v2, Adds Security Features, More Memory
The new version of the EPC Gen 2 UHF RFID standard provides such features as security, anti-counterfeiting cryptography, EAS functionality and privacy settings for consumers.
- GS1 Releases Privacy-Assessment Tool for RFID Users
The software application is intended to help companies assess any privacy risks that may result from their use of RFID technology, determine if they meet the European Commission's privacy recommendations and show them how to take corrective actions, if necessary.
- European Commission Issues Framework for Measuring and Mitigating RFID's Privacy Impact
GS1 expects the voluntary guidelines will increase consumer trust in the technology, thereby advancing the adoption of RFID in Europe.
- Adasa Plans Launch of Encryption System for EPC Tags
The company hopes its proprietary solution will gain acceptance as a way to secure tag data, as well as authenticate tags and the products to which they are attached.
- Registration Now Open for RFID Journal LIVE! 2011
The RFID industry's biggest event, to be held on Apr. 12-14, in Orlando, Fla., will feature more than 50 case studies presented by leading end users, as well as solutions from more than 175 technology companies.
- Northern Arizona University to Use Existing RFID Student Cards for Attendance Tracking
The system takes advantage of passive tags already embedded in student IDs, to automate what is currently a manual process, saving time for instructors of large classes.
- New NXP RFID Chips Bring Multiple Functions to Item-Level Tagging
NXP Semiconductors' new G2iL and G2iL+ EPC Gen 2 chips will enable tags to be turned on or off, be switched into low read range, send tamper alerts or transfer data to microcontrollers.
- Impinj Launches New High-Performance RFID Chips
The new family of Monza 4 tag chips boasts greater read range, orientation insensitivity, more memory and innovative privacy features.
- N.H. Reps Pass RFID Privacy Bill
For the third time in the past four years, the state's house of representatives wants to require businesses to notify consumers if items have RFID tags, and to provide restrictions regarding how those tags are used.