Xerafy announced the debut of Metal Skin, an ultra-high frequency EPC RFID inlay designed specifically for tracking metallic assets.
Metal Skin is a low profile inlay family containing the Impinj Monza 4QT chip. It is lightweight and flexible to fit curved surfaces such as the contour of metal cylinders and drums, without compromising performance.
AeroScout and McRoberts Security Technologies have jointly developed a Wi-Fi-based, campus-wide infant security solution designed to help protect newborns from possible abduction during their hospital stays.
Identec Solutions has implemented a real-time location (RTLS) system that automatically tracks automobiles at Volkswagen’s Bratislava production plant. The SensorSMART platform is a multifunctional, modular wireless system that combines RFID, RTLS and wireless sensing technologies for the real-time monitoring and tracking of a wide range of objects and personnel.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags are definitely a handy way of tracking shipments. Instead of simply crossing their fingers and hoping for the best, importers and exporters can check the location and condition of shipped items in real time, by remotely accessing the data being transmitted by RFID tags attached to those items.
NXP Semiconductors (NASDAQ: NXPI) today announced it is further expanding its Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) team in its North American headquarters. Led by new hire Anno Hermanns, a leading RFID IC design expert, NXP is establishing a complete RFID tag IC development team in San Jose, California.