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Feig Electronics Launches UHF RFID Compact Reader for Vehicle Identification

By Klaus Schoeke / last month

This small and powerful vehicle identification RFID reader offers long-range identification using UHF RAIN RFID Standard Duluth, GA — October 22nd, 2018 — FEIG ELECTRONICS, a leading global supplier of RFID readers and antennas, today announced its UHF Compact Reader ID LRU500i, which combines a powerful RFID reader with an integrated antenna and signal light […]

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Case Study: East Midlands Airport Security During Construction Project

By Klaus Schoeke / a couple of months ago

Just as airports must follow airport security requirements pertaining to vendors and staff, so to must they set up security procedures for construction projects. When East Midlands Airport in Leicestershire, England, required runway resurfacing, it was crucial to customize an effective and compliant security plan specific to the project. Project managers sought to deploy the […]

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PSDcast | RFID for Automated Vehicle Identification

By Klaus Schoeke / a few months ago

Power System Design’s PSDcast features FEIG Electronic’s Michael Hrabina talking about the perks of RFID for automated vehicle identification. You can download the white paper and watch the webinar, “Enhance Security While Saving Costs of Vehicle Identification in Parking,” here: https://rfidreadernews.com/enhance-security-while-saving-costs-of-vehicle-identification-in-parking/

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Save Costs and Improve Security on Automated Vehicle Identification for Parking – Free Webinar and White Paper

By Klaus Schoeke / 7 months ago

Vehicle identification to control access into a gated parking area is accomplished by one of two methods; optically using cameras to read a vehicle license plate or wirelessly using a radio frequency tag. FEIG ELECTRONICS analyzed ANPR (Automatic Number-Plate Recognition system) versus RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) on key vehicle access control features and recommended the […]

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FEIG ELECTRONICS Wiegand Switch Wins SIA Honorable Mention at ISC WEST 2018

By Klaus Schoeke / 7 months ago

ATLANTA – April 24, 2018 – Developing innovative technology that saves money is the ultimate goal of the leading global supplier of radio frequency identification (RFID) antennas and readers, FEIG ELECTRONICS.  Recently, this innovative technology was awarded Honorable Mention at the Security Industry Association’s (SIA) New Product Showcase (NPS) at the ICS West 2018 trade […]

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How Access Control Will Change in 2018

By Klaus Schoeke / 10 months ago

Access control has been quickly advancing in recent years, and it doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon, thanks to the versatility of the latest technologies. For example, with the latest addition of the use of RFID technology in today’s smart phones using the common near-field communications (NFC) technology protocol for Apple Pay®, Google […]

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Control Units for Perimeter Protection, Sliding Gates and Speed Gates

By Klaus Schoeke / 11 months ago

In fenced off and protected areas, the accesses and driveways are natural weak points, which have to be secured with efficient and effective means. The FEIG ELECTRONIC gate control systems are the right choice here in many respects. The gate control system as a central unit of the intelligent system solution ensures the gate unit […]

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FEIG Secure Systems Protect Sensitive Areas

By Klaus Schoeke / last year

FEIG ELECTRONIC has been developing and manufacturing identification electronics for more than 50 years.  Due to our experiences in both security and payment systems,  we are able to provide special requirements for secure authentication of vehicles, persons or assets. Our customers are system integrators who offer RFID-based security systems for access control or perimeter protection. […]

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Transit in Motion: Hands-Free Fare Gates

By Klaus Schoeke / last year

Customers with disabilities get access to mass transit systems without using their hands. The Problem What happens when a metropolitan transit authority with a mandate to treat all customers equally, and people with disabilities who are simply looking to be treated ‘just like everyone else’ are confronted with the same dilemma?  It’s the perfect opportunity […]

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