Coolest Demo Contest
RFID Journal's Coolest Demo Contest highlights the many applications and capabilities of radio frequency identification solutions. Attendees can rate each demo through the RFID Connect smartphone app by clicking MORE, choosing Coolest Demo, selecting the exhibitor and then awarding it one to 10 stars.
Farsens | Booth 320H:
> EPC C1G2 Battery-Free Gamepad
What is Logical Association of tags?
microsensys GmbH | Booth 837:
> The contactless measurement and visualization of physical values
With one eye on current measured values
Contactless measurement and visualization of physical quantities by pushing of a button in the blink of an eye.
For example, the TELID®231 with its integrated sensor in addition to the standard features of an RFID tag allows the measurement of temperature and humidity. The power supply for identifying and measuring is provided by the RF field of the POCKETwork. While holding the scan button of the POCKETwork on the OLED display of this RFID reader, the temperature in degrees Celsius and the relative humidity in percent is displayed. The measured values and unique sensor transponder number can be transmitted to an HOST via Bluetooth or USB either get stored with a time stamp in the memory of the sensor transponder itself and/or in the internal memory of the POCKETwork.
Because the sensor transponders remain on the measurement object, they simultaneously provide a unique identification of the measuring point. In addition to storing identification data, the implemented memory allows calibration values and other information about the measuring point to be saved. The transponders can also be used in harsh environments. ISO-defined standard interfaces allow low-cost evaluation technology. The tiny sensor systems communicate mainly with standard RF readers and customary mobile data systems such as industrial handhelds, smart phones or laptops. In particular, due to the low power consumption and optimum data rate, the RF-technology based on the ISO 14443 standard is proving to be the most appropriate.
In many industrial applications, wired measurement is costly or subject to special approvals and therefore extremely expensive. With the use of RFID technology, wireless measurement of physical values is possible with the simplest, mobile implementation. Incidental application costs are reduced and measurement processes much easier.
Omni-ID | Booth 718:
Details coming soon.
ORIDAO | Booth TBD:
> CROSS RFID - Mind the gap
ORIDAO launches its CROSS RFID Development Kit
Phase IV Engineering | Booth 320A:
> Aircraft RFID Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TMPS)
RFID battery-free pressure and temperature sensor – Use a hand held reader to take the tire pressure and temperate on a for Boeing 777, Boeing 787, and LearJet wheel.> Embedded High Precision RFID Rebar Strain Sensor for Reinforced Concrete Tunnel Structural Health Monitoring (SHM)
Verify that a tunnel structure is safe by reading a rebar strain sensor that is embedded inside the tunnel concrete structure.> World's Smallest Wireless Temperature Sensor – Food Processing RFID Temperature Sensor
Take the internal temperature of a meatball with a battery-free RFID sensor that is the world’s smallest wireless temperature sensor.> Food Storage Battery-Free RFID Temperature Monitoring Sensor – Credit Card Size
Monitor a refrigerator temperature with a battery-free wireless RFID sensor.> World's Smallest Sealed Temperature Data Logger with RFID Interface
Use the world’s smallest and lowest density sealed data logger to monitor a high-pressure cooking process by leveraging RFID technology for the wireless communication link.> Dairy Cow Internal Core Body Temperature RFID Temperature Sening Bolus
Check if your dairy cow has a fever with a battery-free RFID internal cow temperature bolus.> Embedded Bridge Deck Moisture and Temperature Metal-Mount Battery-Free RFID Sensor
Read through asphalt to see if your metal bridge deck is wet with a battery-free RFID sensor.
Serialio | Booth 915:
> NFC Reader Connects Simultaneously To Multiple Bluetooth Hosts
Worlds only NFC reader with Bluetooth HID, SPP, and BLE capabilities able to communicate NFC scans simultaneously to multiple Bluetooth hosts. Single NFC reader can send NFC reads simultaneously to multiple devices running iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Windows, OS X, and more. Connect to older SPP & HID capable hosts, and new BLE capable hosts individually or simultaneously. Two-way NFC communication for iOS apps without MFi (Made For iOS) compliance requirements. Provides multi-gate ticket check-in solutions previously unavailable. New solutions possible for training, and 100% auditing with interactive mobile applications. Versions available for industrial environments, crush-resistant, water-resistant and even water submersible versions available. NFC engines available for iClass, PROX HID, ICODE, MiFare, Felica, AWID, Casi-Rusco, ISO 15693, ISO 14444, Cardax, EM410X/Rosslare, Hitag , Honeywell Nexwatch, Indala, Keri , Kantech ioProx, ReadyKey Pro, SecuraKey RadioKey, XceedID, and Sielox. Readers and solutions Bluetooth multi-host capability for other RFID technologies such as ISO 18000 EPC Class1 Gen2, and livestock tags, available on contract.
Serialio.com has been providing innovative mobile solutions for over 23 years. In 2001 provided the world's first NFC-RFID reader Bluetooth connected to the Linux based Sharp Zaurs SL-5500. In 2003 first to connect Bluetooth NFC reader to Palm Treo. In 2004 provided Bluetooth NFC reader solutions for BlackBerry. Come visit our booth and discuss your solution needs.
SML | Booth 804:
> Creating Value Instead of Complexity with Clarity Item-Level RFID
SML Intelligent Inventory Solutions will show a demo in its booth featuring its best-in-class Clarity item-level RFID software. This demo will showcase Clarity on iOS as well as "standard" handheld RFID hardware, and demonstrate cycle counting, replenishment, Geiger counter, and other features all in a realistic environment featuring clothing displays and SML RFID tags. You'll witness firsthand the data and analytics Clarity makes available to your company, enhancing business intelligence in new and exciting ways. Come see how the latest UI and process-driven features make RFID simpler than ever to implement across the enterprise, driving increased sales, reduced inventory, lower shrink and omnichannel execution.