Checkpoint Systems, Inc. announced RFID-based EAS Overhead 2.0, delivering improved inventory visibility and loss prevention benefits at the point-of-exit.
Overhead 2.0 is a key component of an integrated solution delivering real-time inventory and demand-driven replenishment. It serves as an EAS system that alarms and identifies stolen merchandise, improving operations at the point-of-exit while enhancing the customer shopping experience by helping to ensure merchandise availability. The Overhead 2.0 leverages the OneTag™ approach, a single open-standards RFID tag for both inventory visibility and loss prevention, simplifying deployment and reducing tag costs significantly.
Traditionally, the Middle East has been an important marketing area for Utsch. For this reason Utsch, the German company known as the world's leading supplier of vehicle license plates and registration systems, will once again have a stand at the Gulf Traffic Exhibition (December 9 to 11, 2013, hall 3, stand 3A21). The presentation on the innovative U-Press and intelligent RFID license plates will be the focus of the appearance at the exhibition.
NXP Semiconductors N.V. announced that the PN544PC, a derivative of the most widely adopted near field communication (NFC) radio controller (PN544), is being integrated into select new computing devices. Intel’s 4th Generation CoreTM platform with Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT) together with the embedded NXP NFC solution will provide a basis for secure and convenient e-commerce transactions.
As a leader in RFID technology Kathrein RFID supplies innovative products and solutions for a variety of markets. In Saó Paulo, the company presents its extensive UHF RFID portfolio for the global demand for automatic vehicle identification (AVI). Kathrein RFID showcases products for use in applications such as parking management, logistics and access control as well as the new © KRAI product line.
NXP Semiconductors N.V., developer for ESD (electrostatic discharge) protection and NFC solutions, announced a new series of ESD protection devices specifically designed to protect NFC (Near Field Communication) antennas in mobile devices from transient voltages. The PESD18VF1BL and PESD24VF1BL are 18 V and 24 V bi-directional diodes with a capacitance down to 0.35 pF (typ). Housed in small, leadless DFN1006-2 (1.0 x 0.6 x 0.48 mm, 0402 inch) package, the new ESD protection diodes are ideal for today’s compact and slim smartphones.