Identiv Offers Intelligent Transponder Solutions for Internet of Things

By IOT Journal

The company is presenting its portfolio of RFID, NFC and inlay solutions this week at RFID Journal LIVE! 2018.

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Identiv, Inc. (NASDAQ:INVE) today announced that it will present the Company’s portfolio of radio frequency identification (RFID), near field communication (NFC), and inlay solutions during RFID Journal LIVE! 2018 in Orlando, FL. RFID Journal LIVE! is the world’s largest event focused on RFID and related technologies.

Identiv’s team of experts focus on the design and manufacture of embedded high-frequency (HF) and ultra high-frequency (UHF) transponders for objects, such as medical devices, books, toys, athletic apparel, and perishable food items and pharmaceuticals. Identiv’s RFID, NFC, and inlay portfolio of solutions feature various transponder form factors, including dry inlays, wet inlays, labels, tickets, and more.

These transponders are uniquely positioned to deliver RFID connectivity to any object in the Internet of Things (IoT) market. Applications range from brand authenticity, consumer engagement, and item level tracking to tamper detection, embedded sensors, and others.

Identiv’s customer, AUM Cardiovascular, has been named finalist for the Best RFID Implementation in Health Care category for the 12th Annual RFID Journal Awards. During the awards presentations on Thursday, April 12th, VP and R&D of AUM Cardiovascular Dr. Jixing Yao will present a live demonstration of the AUM Cardiovascular CADence System, a non-invasive handheld acoustic and ECG device that helps physicians detect physiological and pathological heart murmurs.

Using RFID technology, Identiv’s HIPPA-compliant intelligent inlays protect patient privacy by de-identifying sensitive information stored in the single-use patient booklets that come with the CADence System. Visit Identiv experts onsite in booth 1038 at RFID Journal LIVE! 2018 on April 10 – 12, 2018 at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, or book a meeting today.