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  • HID Global Debuts One of the Smallest RFID Glass Tags
    HID Global, trusted leader in solutions for the delivery of secure identity, today announced its Glass Tag Mini 1.4 x 8 mm, a new radio frequency identification (RFID) glass tag that can be easily implanted in very small animals and used for other industry and logistics applications. The new Glass
    Editor / Provider: HID Global | Updated: 2012 / 6 / 29
  • TagMaster Selected by Thales Germany for Train Detection
    TagMaster, the leading producer of advanced RFID solutions for rail applications, has been selected by Thales Deutschland to provide RFID systems for use in their Train Detection System. This system will be used as part of the signalling system which Thales is supplying for their re-signalling proje
    Editor / Provider: TagMaster | Updated: 2012 / 6 / 28
  • What It Takes to Get Wireless Surveillance Right
    In addition to having a solid technical background in IP, it is critical to know how radio frequencies (RF) propagate. “When cellular carriers deploy networks, they don't just throw up cellular base stations in random locations,” said Geoffrey Smith, VP of Business Development and Strategic Accounts
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 6 / 14
  • Chinese System Integrator Hebei Banks on Legic
    The successful system integrator Hebei Volse Science and Technology is partnering with LEGIC Identsystems, the leading manufacturer of contactless smart card technology. Specialized in the integration and installation of RFID technology solutions for transportation and access control systems, Hebei
    Editor / Provider: Legic | Updated: 2012 / 5 / 30
  • Secutech 2012 Presents 15th Anniversary With Total Security and Protection
    Secutech International 2012 gathered major global security manufacturers in Taipei, Taiwan from April 18 to 20. In its 15th year, organized by Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media, Secutech successfully delivered the ultimate security experience with practical total solutions (from chipsets all th
    Editor / Provider: Messe Frankfurt New Era | Updated: 2012 / 5 / 16
  • The Future of Biometrics
    The increasing popularity and application of biometric identification is becoming common practice. According to Marketresearch.com research reports, the biometrics market is expected to increase from US$4,217.2 million in 2010 to an estimated $11,229.3 million in 2015. The growing concerns of terror
    Editor / Provider: Donna Chan | Updated: 2012 / 5 / 20
  • Nedap Introduces New RFID Reader
    Nedap announces a breakthrough in access control. So far the access control industry was largely focused on the security aspect of readers, tags and cards. The convenience element has long been discarded. Existing technologies for more convenient long read range mostly are battery powered, have larg
    Editor / Provider: Nedap | Updated: 2012 / 5 / 10
  • Visonic Enhances User Experience with Two Wireless Touchscreen Iconic Keypads
    Visonic announced the availability of two new wireless touchscreen iconic keypads – KP-160/MKP-160. The keypads support most of the daily user security system functions, such as: arming/disarming, initiating emergency response, fire and panic alarms, controlling home appliances and reviewing system
    Editor / Provider: Visonic | Updated: 2012 / 5 / 9
  • SimonsVoss Introduces NFC Access Solution Mobile Key
    Smartphones are the key to our world and never leave our sides. After all, wherever there is reception, we have access to the Internet. However, up until now, the clever little device wasn't smart enough to open an ordinary door with a lock and latch. That's all about to change – thanks to near fiel
    Editor / Provider: SimonsVoss | Updated: 2012 / 5 / 4
  • Integrating Physical and Logical Security in Pharmaceutics
    - RFID technology has been increasingly implemented for tracking - Manufacturers are integrating access control and video surveillance systems to provide better watch and control of their facilities - Converged physical and logical security practices are becoming commonplace.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 5 / 3