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OmniAir Consortium certifies STAR Systems International multi-protocol tolling reader ••• iDTRONIC offers HF mid-range reader module with SMA antenna ••• Texas city renews RFID charging service locations with Blink Charging ••• LoRa Alliance reports LoRaWAN network operator milestone ••• Newave Sensor Solutions, Smart Label Solutions complete exclusive agreement.
Texas City Renews RFID Charging Service Locations With Blink Charging
To charge an EV at these locations, drivers can tap their RFID-based Blink InCard at a reader situated below each station's screen, initiate a session directly from the Blink Mobile app, use a guest code provided via the Blink Mobile app, visit BlinkCode.com or call Blink Customer Support (888-998-2546). EV drivers can become a Blink member for free and typically receive discounted charging fees at thousands of Blink units.
Blink Charging's EV charging equipment and networked EV charging services allow EV drivers to charge at thousands of locations throughout the United States. The company is headquartered in Florida, with offices in Arizona and California. Its Blink Network cloud-based software operates, maintains and tracks all EV charging stations connected to a network, along with associated charging data. The firm maintains strategic partnerships with airports, automotive dealerships, health-care and medical facilities, hotels, municipal locations, parks and recreation areas, parking lots, retailers and more.
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