Google products are always likely to cause some hype – as will the “Edition Line” series of hard cases for Google’s Nexus 6 flagship phone and selected other models. With NFC technology provided by SMARTRAC and Cellotape, unique functionalities and “stellar” artwork, there are some good reasons for that hype.
By the end of 2014 close to 700 Mio NFC phones will be the installed base. SMARTRAC partnered with leading chip maker NXP Semiconductors, converter partner Winckel in the new founded Smart Media Alliance and German computer magazine CHIP to launch a campaign to bring NFC even closer to the consumer.
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Fujifilm UK launches an NFC-based solution to pair mobile phones during Bluetooth connection at its SmartPix photo kiosks
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NFC smart posters are providing smartphone users with a digital programme book for WDC Helsinki 2012, featuring real-time event updates and news.
Argentinean pharmaceutical supplier tries a new prescription for supply chain health
RFID solution is helping DePuy Orthopaedics to streamline inventory processing.
Edward Lifesciences is using RFID to drive down costs, reduce out-of-stocks and increase patient safety.
Hanmi IT is a subsidiary of Hanmi Pharmaceutical group, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in Korea, and has been using RFID since 2010. SMARTRAC and Hanmi IT have now teamed up to jointly develop and market RFID tags and inlays for pharmaceutical companies worldwide.
Hotel guests like the ease of use of contactless access cards, but they also want to feel comfortable and secure. How can the hotel industry protect against cloned access cards that can put guests or their belongings at risk?
Harsh vibrations, freezing temperatures, plenty of moisture and impacts: it’s hard to think of more demanding conditions for sports timing than those found at the Päijänne Enduro motorcycle race in Finland’s winter forests.
When Erste Bank and Sparkassen proclaimed “a contactless payment revolution” in Austria, SMARTRAC’s PRELAM® technology played an indispensable part in it. Specially designed pre-laminates combine superior read-range with a small form factor, enabling waterproof wristbands to be used as high-performance, secure contactless payment devices.
Do you like Italian food? If so, you will like Cucina Barilla, the Italian food manufacturer’s innovative product. It employs customized BullsEye RFID tags provided by SMARTRAC, and readers to automate home-cooking. Consumers can easily operate an oven dedicated to preparing pasta and other tasty dishes. Buon appetito!
The construction-toy company has installed RFID-enabled display cases with SMARTRAC’s DOGBONE inlay at stores. Now Tegu is able to track which products are sold, automatically bill the retailer accordingly and order replacements. The result – high increase in sales!
Growing sales and the 2014 European Retail Technology Award in the Best Enterprise Solution category resulted from the introduction of RFID technology at Adler Modemärkte. SMARTRAC is their exclusive supplier of RFID inlays, as well as some unique expertise.
Item-level RFID tagging helps Korean clothing company The Basic House read both the present and future of its market-leading brands.
Mexican exclusive retailer Common People makes shopping and sales into modern luxury with RFID technology.