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Bankpasjes hebben niet alleen een betaalchip, maar ook -geheel overbodig- stiekem RFID

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Bankpasjes krijgen steeds nieuwe mogelijkheden. Geld afhalen met pinpas, wat een vooruitgang is geweest. 384 more words


What Is RFID And What Are Its Uses

Radio Frequency Identification that is also known as RFID tags is nothing but the advanced technology that avails the unique identity to the objects. The RFID tags are the small machines or microdevices that are operated electronically. 486 more words

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Evolution launches dedicated retail security website

Evolution, the integrated fire and security business, has launched a dedicated website for its recently-introduced specialist retail division.

The website (evoretailuk.com) is an easy-to-use, simple to navigate showcase for the company’s retail expertise, demonstrating both ‘traditional’ and ‘next generation’ products and systems to protect assets before, during and even after they leave a store. 82 more words


Worldwide RFID Industry Applications, Key Developments, Revenue and Forecast 2025

The Insight Partners added new research report “RFID Market to 2025 – Global Analysis and Forecasts by Application and Vertical” to its database.

The technology for transferring data from an electronic tag using radio waves is known as RFID. 749 more words


RAIN RFID is a passive (battery-free) wireless technology system that connects billions of everyday items to the Internet, enabling businesses and consumers to identify, locate, authenticate and engage each item. 79 more words



RFID or Radio-Frequency Identification is modern technology that reduces the
complicacy of our daily life. RFID is basically a tiny electronic device that consists of… 79 more words


Hackaday Prize Entry: Refugee Reuniter

The world is dealing with a serious refugee crisis, and with that comes a problem: finding people. The Refugee Reuniter, a project entered into this year’s Hackaday Prize, is a possible solution to this problem. 174 more words

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