by Amber Hovious | Jan 1, 2023 | Trends
A mobile point-of-sale system, consisting of software and portable hardware, is one technology-based option that can alleviate pressure.
by RFID Journal | Dec 19, 2022 | News
A new white paper explains the differences between the technologies, as well as the benefits of and varied applications for each.
by Claire Swedberg | Dec 19, 2022 | News
HID Global's dual-frequency technology enables HF-based access control and counterfeit prevention at Qatari stadiums, as well as management of traffic movement at exits via UHF booster tech.
by Claire Swedberg | Dec 7, 2022 | News
A wristband-based solution enables guests at the family entertainment center to prepay and then tap to access arcade games, virtual reality or physical play, as well as order and pick up food and drinks.
by Claire Swedberg | Dec 2, 2022 | News
The Smart Pay system lets employees conduct sales transactions via a handheld device, sparing customers from waiting in queues, while making payment collection more frictionless.
by Rich Handley | Dec 1, 2022 | News
iDTronic intros industrial handheld RFID reader for access control; STMicroelectronics receives EMVCo certification for payment platform; CAEN RFID expands reader module family; Sony Semiconductor Israel launches cellular IoT chipset.
by Claire Swedberg | Oct 26, 2022 | News
GoTab is designed for food courts, festivals, resorts and other sites at which patrons can set up a tab and make payments with the tap of a wristband.
by Claire Swedberg | Oct 16, 2022 | Case Studies
Eastern Market Brewing Co. is taking its Lincoln Tap room live with a 30-tap beer and drink wall that uses HF RFID technology and software from iPourIt, including wristbands that ensure those who pour drinks are of age and don't exceed 32 ounces without permission.
by Claire Swedberg | Oct 3, 2022 | News
The Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway will require that all motorists pay for crossings via a passive UHF RFID sticker linked to their prepaid account.
by Claire Swedberg | Aug 31, 2022 | News
Participants in an ING Bank and NXP pilot are making peer-to-peer payments by pointing Samsung phones within meters of each other and accepting the transaction on an app.