With the mobile reader company now part of HID, both businesses are poised to offer more HF RFID and NFC functionality for enterprises.
The company's EvoGuard offerings employ artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and a fleet of autonomous humanoid robots and drones.
A new protocol for identity credentials offers an alternative to well-known platforms and supports interoperability within the access-control market.
Powercast's Ubiquity transmitter and receiver modules allow device manufacturers to build low-cost wireless charging and two-way communication into everything from electric toothbrushes to home security systems.
HID acquires Janam for event-access readers, pedestals; Powercast, Kyocera offer RFID power-harvesting solutions; MASS Group announces integration with FEIG Electronics; XOTech intros apps featuring ChatGPT, RF tags.
Project Unlock combines RFID chips and Internet of Things sensors to activate power tools at the point of purchase.
Retailers are actively seeking enhanced security technologies to mitigate risks and prevent theft before it happens.
By adding the technology, universities can eliminate hundreds of disparate legacy devices and unify a campus under one umbrella.
By purchasing the Swedish medical device maker, the company will be able to provide wireless sensor technologies for healthcare wearables and fitness.
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.