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RFID News Roundup

PragmatIC intros new RFID and NFC solutions ••• Fujitsu announces partnership with Positek to grow RFID market in North America ••• Atlas RFID announces open API, Oracle P6 integration ••• Antelop Solutions adds VISA token support for NFC mobile wallet platform ••• Identiv, DTC expand global distribution of smart-card readers and credentials ••• Sponge system from Haldor Advanced Technologies enhances patient safety at Cambridge Health Alliance ••• Weir Oil & Gas launches RFID-based asset-management system ••• Honeywell vehicle tag enables secure data transactions for toll collecting.
By Rich Handley
Nov 30, 2017

The following are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: PragmatIC; Fujitsu Frontech North America, Positek RFID; Atlas RFID; Antelop Solutions; Identiv, Development Trading Co.; Haldor Advanced Technologies; Weir Oil & Gas; and Honeywell.

PragmatIC Intros New RFID and NFC Solutions

PragmatIC, a provider of flexible electronics, recently demonstrated, at the IDTechEx Show, how its flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs) can be assembled into inlays and tags. The thin, flexible and robust nature of FlexICs allows fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) brands to engage directly with customers through their products. The company has also updated the status of its FlexLogIC "fab-in-a-box," with the first such system slated for commissioning in January 2018.

In October 2016, PragmatIC received a strategic investment from Avery Dennison, a Fortune 500 company that provides labeling and packaging materials, as well as RFID. The company has also been working with Smartrac, a provider of RFID products and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, under the EU-funded PING project, since 2015.

"We are very privileged that these prominent global RFID and NFC companies have chosen to work with us and integrate our unique technology for ultra-low-cost flexible electronics," said Scott White, PragmatIC's CEO, in a prepared statement. "With these strong partners, we can now enable the world's largest consumer brands to add intelligence into everyday items."

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