The UPM Raflatac freezer-proof RFID tags are designed to operate reliably within freezer environments down to -40 °C.
The Harting Ha-VIS RFID system is designed to simplify the implementation of RFID projects. The Ha-VIS RFID system features readers that perform key functions out of the box.
The RFH620 RFID system is designed to be a solution for intralogistics, with an integrated antenna, high transmission rates in the 13.56 MHz frequency range, and openness for differing fieldbus environments and IT structures.
The BL ident RFID product portfolio has been expanded with the release of a simple RFID (RFID-S) slice for its BL20 modular I/O system. Each RFID-S slice contains two channels of RFID. Additional RFID slices, as well as traditional discrete and analog I/O slices, may be added to the system, making it the only product on the market that allows this combination on the same node on the network, according to Turck.
The UPM Raflatac optimised Dog Bone, Short Dipole and Frog RFID tags are now available. The updated UHF EPC, Class1 Gen2 products have been enhanced with Impinj’s Monza3 ICs.
At the Chemnitz, Germany, engine plant of Volkswagen Sachsen, two production lines have been equipped with Balluff RFID identification systems (BIS C) to provide reliable, automated identification and a convenient solution to ongoing process data updating for the production part.
RFID devices with up to 4 W of power are now permitted for use in Australia in the 920-926 MHz band, clearing the way for commercial adoption of the devices across all industries.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has granted GS1 Australia an extended licence that allows for radiofrequency devices with up to 4 W of power.
The Highly Commended Award for Australian Industrial Product of the Year has gone to Peacock Bros this year for its innovative indoor vehicle and product tracking solution.
A multi-industry Australian consortium has released the results of a world-class pilot, called the National EPC Network Demonstrator Project Extension (or NDP Extension)
LogicaCMG has launched an RFID Innovation Warehouse in Sydney to demonstrate how RFID technology can be applied in real warehouse business scenarios.
The adoption of RFID continues to gather momentum, and hardware and software spending will accelerate in late 2006 and 2007 as true benefits are documented, according to Gartner, Inc.
Radio Frequency Identification system (RFID) is used for automatic data capture allowing for contact-free identification of goods using RF to replace barcode labelling. It enables the user to follow the path of product without interruption from the manufacturer all the way to the store shelves. The HUBER+SUHNER antenna product line focuses on UHF RFID.
We have finally arrived at the commoditisation of both RFID readers and tags. The introduction of sub-US$1000 readers this year has halved prices from just 12 months ago, while US$0.15 passive tags in large quantities are not uncommon
Omron Corporation, the US$5.5 billion Japanese manufacturer of automation and sensing products, has revealed more specific plans related to the November 2005 announcement of a US$20 million worldwide investment in the RFID business over a two-year period. The company announced that RFID inlay manufacturing capacity will be increased to support production of more than 250 million inlays per year at its Minakuchi factory in Shiga, Japan.