Volkswagen is using RFID technology at its German factories to monitor the inventory on large steel pressings used in manufacture of vehicles, including the popular Volkswagen Passat, according to Materials Handling World.
A group of European spectrum users and administrators will meet at the offices of the Bundesnetzagentur (Germany's Federal Network Agency, which regulates telecommunications and RF spectrum in that country) in Mainz, on Apr.
Avery Dennison’s Retail Branding and Information Solutions (RBIS) group today opened its first Customer Design and Innovation Center based in Europe and introduced enhanced capabilities for the apparel industry in design, high definition graphic embellishments, sustainable packaging, and RFID-enabled inventory and loss prevention solutions.
With 30+ years of RFID product development, deister has steadily filled empty niches in the security market by supporting standard access control along with electronic key and asset management. The company’s proxEntry and proxSafe product lines offer specific capabilities in a broad and increasing range of applications.
FEIG ELECTRONIC GmbH is a german based worldwide leading manufacturer of RFID reader systems, door controls and traffic sensing systems. FEIGs OBID® readers are developed, manufactured and produced by FEIG. OBID® products are distributed and used worldwide. OBID® readers are developed according to public RFID standards, in very closed collaborations with all of the leading RFID chip manufacturers. FEIGs OBID® product range offers products for all common frequencies as LF, HF and UHF
Specialist for professional RFID hardware, iDTRONIC GmbH is a leading supplier for professional RFID readers and RFID tags / transponders. The main focus is on applications like industrial, asset tracking, logistics, data collection, supply chain management and inventory control. The portfolio contains ISO cards, tags and transponders as well as RFID reader for mobile, long range and access control. Products from iDTRONIC GmbH are available for the passive RFID standards LF 125kHz, HF 13,56MHz and UHF 860–960MHz as well as an active system working on 2,45GHz frequency.