• NFC digitizes information speed up to rescue many missing pets
    NFC digitizes information speed up to rescue many missing pets Jul 25, 2021
    For the owner, losing a pet is a common but painful experience. This painful experience will not end until the missing dog or cat returns home. According to the ASPCA's 2012 survey report, pet owners have lost their pets in the past five years, and 15% of them have never recovered their "fur babies". Among them, the proportion of pet cats that cannot be retrieved is higher than that of pet dogs that cannot be retrieved. So how to seed up to rescue many stray pets or missing pets is more and more important in nowadays . As we all know RFID or NFC is kind of wireless data transmition technology without any contact and easy to operate for read data we encode into rfid or nfc products , Shenzhen ZhiJie IOT Application Co.,Ltd is one of leading rfid products manufactures China and offering many kinds of rfid products for working out this problem for missing pets ,such as hang on printed information and barcode nfc epoxy tag , implant nfc glass tube tags or more durable ear tags ,etc .All can help us speed up to identify missing pets information and rescue them in time . PetHub is a technology company based in Washington State. It has developed a solution based on animal tags and servers to store the identity of the pet and the personal information of the pet owner in the cloud. Subsequently, users can access pet information by scanning the QR code on the animal tag or directly using the Near Field Communication (NFC) function. This solution uses a 13.56 MHz chip that complies with ISO 14443, and is widely used in large-scale pet management companies such as dog daycare institutions and bars. In 2010, former Microsoft employee and entrepreneur Tom Arnold founded PetHub. The company claims that an average of 10 million cats and dogs are missing each year in North America. July is the prevention month for missing pets. This is a publicity campaign initiated by PetHub to draw people's attention to the issue of missing pets. NFC·Animal Tag After most people find a lost pet, the first thing to do is to check the pet’s collar tag, which usually contains the pet’s owner’s name and phone number. However, the numbers and letters on the collar label become blurred due to long-term wear and tear, making it difficult to read. The company’s CEO Lorien Clemens said that PetHub has released an animal tag that uses QR code technology or contains NFC functionality. Users can scan the QR code printed on the front of the animal tag through a smartphone (including the PetHub app). You can get more data about pets on your phone. On the system, first, the user needs to create an online personal profile of the pet, including information such as name, breed, age, medication and allergies, as well as the contact information of multiple emergency contacts. Subsequently, the user gets the QR code that embeds the pet's personal information on the tag. Whether it is for a pet or a pet family, the pet owner needs to pay for the service of finding the missing pet on a monthly or ann...
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  • RFID sensor tag helps Japanese strawberry factory in temperature controlling
    RFID sensor tag helps Japanese strawberry factory in temperature controlling Jul 25, 2021
    In recent years, in order to maintain the freshness of food and prevent spoilage, fresh foods increasingly need to be stored and transported at an optimal temperature. Therefore, the transportation management office needs to measure the temperature of the food before delivery or at a specific relay point of the logistics company. However, in the actual transportation process, it is necessary to ensure that from the delivery to the other party's receipt, the cost of heat preservation for food preservation has always been relatively high. For us , Shenzhen ZhiJie IOT Application Co.,Ltd which is professional rfid or nfc products and solution provider , has offered many kinds of rfid label or rfid sensor tags for making sure reduce the cost in transportation and retian fresheness with fruits and seafoods for many kinds of retail customers . It is not only keep reducing the loss for retalis but also make sure freshness products for terminal consumers . Okinawa Cellular Telephone Co.td. (abbreviation: "Okinawa Cellular") is a strawberry factory that grows and sells Okinawa brand strawberries. "Churashima Berry" is one of the specialty products of the Okinawa region. Strawberries are grown in a completely sealed plant factory using ICT technology. In addition to ensuring the quality of strawberry planting in the plant factory, this factory will also work hard to ensure that the strawberry has a stable yield and good transportation conditions. Recently, Sato Co., Ltd., Okinawa Honeycomb Co., Ltd., and KDDI Research Institute Co., Ltd. have developed a system that uses RFID temperature recorder tags (tags) to accurately control temperature during the entire transportation process of Formosa Island, and it began full operation in June. RFID sensor tag In this system, the RFID temperature logger label "LogBiz-Thermo" (hereinafter referred to as "LogBiz") developed by SATO is affixed to the shipping box of strawberry products. LogBiz will record the strawberry products for 2 weeks from delivery to delivery every 5 minutes History of temperature since. Whether it's shipping or picking up, manufacturers and distributors can upload product temperature data to the cloud temperature conversion management system by operating their smartphones. If the uploaded temperature data exceeds the threshold, the temperature system will issue a warning to the system operator. The system can ensure the quality of the Formosa berries included in the transportation process, thereby helping to maintain the brand and provide consumers with a sense of security. SATO / Okinawa Cellular / KDDI R&D Laboratories started to use RFID tag temperature control system in strawberry factory. This temperature control system can continuously obtain the temperature records of strawberry products from the producer to the retail store delivery process, so as to further ensure the quality of the strawberry products, and it can also investigate the reasons for the deterioration of the strawber...
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  • RFID tracks consumption in amusement park
    RFID tracks consumption in amusement park Jul 25, 2021
    Dubai children's entertainment chain Fiafia will open an amusement park where children can play, and then parents will pay for the services and food the children receive during the play. The company uses an RFID solution to provide a cashless payment solution for children and parents, while tracking the time the child spends on the spot, and automatically settle the bill when the child leaves. All children and parents can get an NFC wristband at the front desk. Visitors can use their wristbands to tap payment terminals at the front desk, cafes, or other mobile devices used by staff to identify any paid activities their children participate in. The solution is provided by Semnox. Playground Now, Fiafia has opened two such playgrounds in Dubai, one of which is located in the Ferdous shopping mall. Each playground contains a play area and a cafe, and both provide education and entertainment for children of all ages; it also includes a lounge where parents can wait and children can play freely. Fiafia’s playground is diverse and can provide free games, themed activities, parties and lounges to entertain and educate children while parents are resting. Fiafia will charge based on the games and drinks the parents choose for their children. Parents can buy packages that include specific times, specific food and beverages, or pay by the hour—about $15 for the first hour and $8 for the second hour. With the Semnox system, parents can track every transaction completed by their children, such as buying food, participating in activities, and so on. According to Vinayaka Kamath, head of Semnox's Middle East and Europe business, Fiafia opened amusement parks in February and March this year and chose to use Semnox's NFC solution to help customers automatically collect payment data as a cashless payment solution. When children come to this playground, each child and their parents will get a 13.56 MHz NFC wristband ISO 14443 standard. The size and color of the wristbands worn by children and adults are different. The wristband is provided by Semnox. Each wristband is embedded with an NFC chip and has a unique ID code. When parents register their name, phone number and email address, the front desk staff will read the tag ID on their wristband and associate it with the data of the parents and children. Meghashyam Jayaram, Semnox's Middle East sales director, said the data was then stored in the company's software. Payment mode Parents can choose their preferred payment mode. One option is to purchase a package, which includes a meal, an activity, and designated play time. Then pay for each service they use on-site at the end of the game. The playground also provides some items that require additional fees, such as face painting. If the child participates in this activity, the staff will read the child’s wristband ID, and the activity fee will be included in the account of the child’s family. In addition, if children want to buy snacks and drinks, they only need to ...
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  • RFID helps us with waste management
    RFID helps us with waste management Jul 14, 2021
    On June 29, 2021, the Barbados Health Services Administration (SSA) is preparing to deploy a solution for the management of solid waste using RFID technology to automate the collection and recycling of household waste. The agency claims that in order to improve the efficiency and reliability of waste collection, and to ensure a cleaner island with low-cost waste management and optimized routes, the management system will be used as a procurement, logistics and service provider ProSource Expertise. As part of the solution planned to go online this summer, each family is equipped with a 65-gallon trash cart. In addition, users will also receive an 18-gallon trash can for mixed recycling. And each trash can is equipped with UHF RFID tags. To automatically read these tags, waste management trucks are equipped with RFID readers. The boxes, RFID hardware and cloud-based software used to manage the collected data are provided by Rehrig Pacific, a partner of the outsourcing company. Barbados is an independent island country in the eastern Caribbean. It is one of the most densely populated islands in the world, with a population of nearly 300,000. The government emphasized that efforts must be made to keep the island clean and protect its waters and coral reefs in order to ensure the healthy development of tourism and ensure that residents have a healthy lifestyle. This means that the government will definitely make some changes to the waste management process and other aspects. Barbados has always used manual management methods to collect garbage. Since there is no recycling vehicle, residents must send plastic or glass items directly to the recycling center, which makes most recyclable containers unrecyclable. For ordinary garbage, this country also faces severe challenges in waste collection. People use all kinds of trash cans, but don't know when they will be picked up. Many boxes do not have lids, so when they sit on the street waiting for a truck, they sometimes wait for several days, causing the contents of the trash can to be scattered by pests, wild animals or strong winds. The scattered garbage and the ash from the recent eruption of Rasufriere volcano have caused the streets to become unclean and seriously affected the health and well-being of residents. Therefore, the Barbados government has not hesitated to challenge the island to improve its tourism industry. ProSource director David Tomlinson said that the country is looking for a waste management solution based on modern technology, which will make it one of the cleanest islands. ProSource will provide RFID technology to the residential, commercial and industrial waste sectors throughout the Caribbean. Anthony da Silva, chairman of Innotech Group, ProSource’s parent company, said that last year, the company deployed RFID technology for St. Kitts Solid Waste Management Corp., including RFID tags. Standardize trash cans to capture and manage the data collected by each trash can. This summer,...
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  • NFC technology provides contactless ordering function for diners
    NFC technology provides contactless ordering function for diners Jul 14, 2021
    Previously, the catering industry was closed due to the epidemic. Now that restaurants have reopened in-house dining and takeaway services, smart phone ordering systems are now becoming more and more common. Diners now browse menus online, sometimes with the help of apps, without the need for credit cards or paper menus, which reduces people’s face-to-face interaction. Shenzhen ZhiJie IOT Application Co.Ltd is the one of leading rfid or nfc products manufacturers in China ,which is specializing in rfid card , nfc sticker label , rfid wristbands ,paper nfc tickets and rfid assets management tags ,etc . We also have provided many kinds of custom logo printed nfc sticker label for worldwide customers for working in resturants ,school ,amusement park, transportation,etc .all passive rfid products baseon 125Khz , 13.56Mhz or 860-960Mhz and serial numebring , printing , anti-metal solution can accept . Our factory has more 10 years experience in rfid or nfc technology and now more and more worldwide customers have worked with ZhiJie products and high reputation from them . Qiiosk, a start-up company in Yorkshire, UK, provides a solution that does not require downloading an APP. Customers only need to tap a non-contact dining tool called "Menu Tile" with their smartphones, and they can sit at the table. Place an order, ask for help, or pay. Qiiosk said that the solution uses NFC and QR code technology to quickly order food without the need for APP. In order to meet the needs of restaurants to reopen, this spring has been deployed in several restaurants in the UK and has been quickly promoted. The company uses HID Global's NFC tags, partly because HID can quickly provide a large amount of NFC technical support. Menu tiles are applied to dining tables or bulletin boards. Diners can use the system to order meals, arrange delivery times, order meals, and communicate with kitchen staff. After customers arrive at the restaurant, they go directly to a table or a point of sale area. Because they don’t need an APP, they only need to tap the phone on the nearest table, and the NFC reader in the phone will capture the ID of the menu tile and open the relevant menu site. If the customer's mobile phone does not have NFC function or prefers to scan the QR code, they can also scan the code. The solution not only provides a menu, but also calls the waiter, and can pay directly on the menu tile with the mobile phone. HID explained that with this system, restaurants can provide a safer environment for those dining on-site and restaurant employees by restricting interaction. The technology also makes the experience for employees and customers more efficient. Further benefits include access to real-time allergen information on the menu via NFC tags. In addition, the restaurant can also update the menus in the system in real time, allowing diners to browse the latest menus, so as to place orders in person, eat in, or take away. Qiiosk established this solution for the cater...
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  • RFID with multi-dimensional technologies work for Customs and Border Protection
    RFID with multi-dimensional technologies work for Customs and Border Protection Jul 07, 2021
    The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is deploying a multi-energy portal (MEP) inspection system to improve the scanning of commercial vehicles crossing the U.S. border. The system is provided by the technology company Leidos and aims to help the Border Agency improve the accuracy and efficiency of cargo scanning. The technology can capture the data of each vehicle and apply artificial intelligence to help customs officers identify vehicles that are passing through the border faster and more accurately. The solution provides non-intrusive inspection (NII) for commercial vehicles on land and seaports, so that customs officers can understand the condition of the cargo in the vehicle without having to open the door and inspect each vehicle on the spot. The system will first be installed at the border crossing in Brownsville, Texas, where it will be broadcast live this summer. Leidos' MEP system was used in Joe Biden's presidential inauguration and Super Bowl LV this year. Leidos’ Vacis MEP system includes two-dimensional code and RFID readers, as well as license plate recognition (LPR) technology, which can capture the data of each driver and vehicle, using photo files, situational awareness cameras, and low-profile sensors for hidden areas. Energy backscattering and high-energy X-ray transmission for cargo inspection, as well as radiation detection technology-all of the above are to obtain detailed information inside and outside each vehicle. The system can also link identity and image data, using artificial intelligence to help border workers quickly determine which vehicles can cross the border and which vehicles need further inspection. For CBP, the purpose of the system is to speed up the transit speed of commercial vehicles while improving the accuracy and efficiency of security checks. CBP is a unified border agency under the US Department of Homeland Security, responsible for the management, control and protection of official US ports of entry and their borders. Its core mission is to promote legal international trade. It inspects cars, trucks, trains and sea containers, as well as personal luggage, packaging, parcels and postal mail. By using the NII system, CBP attempts to detect and prevent illegal goods, illegal narcotics, undeclared currencies, guns, ammunition and other illegal goods, and people from being smuggled into the country. Leidos provides technology-based solutions for defense, aerospace, and biomedical research. The new contract, valued at US$480 million, lasts for 5 years, with the option to extend the term to 10 years. As part of the contract, the MEP system will be deployed to existing vehicle inspection points throughout the United States. According to Mathieu Guillebaud, Leidos' head of product management, at each checkpoint, Leidos will integrate and install this technology at border crossings, and then train CBP staff to use it. Leidos is one of the largest IT service providers in the defense industry. The solu...
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  • RFID Widely Using in Nowadays Olympics
    RFID Widely Using in Nowadays Olympics Jul 07, 2021
    Today, there is only less than a month left before the "2020 Tokyo Olympics" on July 23. I can still clearly recall the days of the summer vacation in middle school, watching the Olympic games in front of the TV every day. Due to the huge impact of COVID-19, the Olympic Games that should have been held last summer had to be postponed for one year. Even so, at present, in Japan, and even in various countries and regions around the world, the cloud of COVID-19 has not dissipated, which has added more uncertainty to this Olympic Games and made people feel more about the Olympic Games Is complicated. The Olympic Games is a condensed history of science and technology As a global event, the Olympic Games bears the ideal symbolic meaning of "continuous transcendence and peaceful exchanges" for all mankind. Especially with the continuous improvement of the level of science and technology, the Olympic Games has become the starting venue for many high-tech, and even a condensed history of technological development can be seen from it. As early as more than 100 years ago, Stockholm, Sweden, had used electronic timers in the Olympic Games, which greatly improved the accuracy of recording the results of some events. At that time, the track and field results became the first official world records in the history of the Olympics. In 1928, the Amsterdam Olympic Games used high-speed cameras for the first time, and the high-speed cameras were also invented by the Dutch. In 1936, the Berlin Olympic Games realized the live TV broadcast of Olympic games for the first time. In 1964, with the aid of a satellite communication system, the Tokyo Olympics were broadcasted globally for the first time. In 1972, the Munich Olympic Games in Germany introduced computer systems to the Olympic Games, which further improved the measurement accuracy of athletes' competition performance. In 2016, the Rio Olympics began to use 8K and VR technology to broadcast events. After entering the 21st century, more and more advanced digital technologies have been introduced into the Olympic Games. Among them, RFID technology has also been more and more widely used throughout the Olympic Games. Next, I will take the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games that everyone is most familiar with as an example to see what role RFID technology has played in the Olympic Games? Major application scenarios of RFID technology in the Olympic Games (1) Olympic tickets During the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, RFID tag technology was used for the first time in the opening and closing ceremonies and the tickets of the main competition venues. When the spectators enter the stadium, they only need to swipe their tickets on the ticket checking machine. Through the contactless RFID technology, the anti-counterfeiting ability of 13.56Mhz printed Olympic rfid paper tickets and the speed of ticket checking have been greatly improved, thereby effectively preventing crowd congestion. In addition, the RFID chip of the Olympic tickets...
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  • Datamars launched UHF RFID identification system based on artificial intelligence
    Datamars launched UHF RFID identification system based on artificial intelligence Jun 29, 2021
    Textile ID from Datamars is a UHF RFID identification system based on artificial intelligence, which can give full play to the potential of RFID technology. In this system, RFID is used to identify and track the entire life cycle of textiles, helping laundry shops and their customers, linen rental companies, hospitals, nursing homes, hotels, restaurants, and other companies that have their own laundry rooms. For a long time, technical challenges have hindered the full application of RFID systems, such as the misreading of tags by readers and how to correctly distribute the readings to constantly flowing items. The use of machine learning algorithms ensures the most accurate recognition so far, paving the way for a new generation of reader systems. It guarantees the accuracy of the automated system: avoiding misreading; and accurately identifying moving textiles without interrupting the work process, and correctly assigning labels to bulk flowing items. The goal of using the RFID system is to identify and track the entire life cycle of textiles, achieve precise and automated inventory management, reduce losses, generate transparent data and accurate bills to improve labor efficiency, and improve profitability by optimizing the textile flow cycle, and Reduce the cost of replacing lost textiles. The higher the accuracy of the RFID system, the more these benefits can be fully realized. But it is not easy. UHF RFID technology is characterized by its ability to read tags without line of sight and long distances, which allows this technology to read batches of thousands of textiles in a few seconds, but it may also be accidentally read in the surrounding area. To unneeded labels, especially when items are scattered or moving. This reduces the accuracy of RFID data collection. So far, this problem is mainly solved by using a mechanical shielding structure or manually setting the threshold of the reader parameters to control and limit the reading area as much as possible. But at the same time, this method limits the flexibility of the RFID system and reduces the operating speed. How is machine learning applied to RFID? Datamars has applied machine learning technology to RFID technology. Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence, which provides the system with the ability to learn and improve automatically through experience without the need for explicit programming. It will actively check the data sets generated in practice to find common patterns and build a model to make decisions. The system uses machine learning algorithms and a specially developed neural network to classify each tag using information extracted from data read from all RFID tags. In this way, the system can identify and discard tags that are not in range, instead of avoiding errors by "avoiding misreading". In addition, by using a neural network trained with a large amount of data, the system does not need to manually set thresholds and other mechanisms, nor does it requi...
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