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Improving Automation in Manufacturing Using RFID

By Klaus Schoeke / 3 years ago

On Dec. 1, 1913, Henry Ford put the first assembly line in motion, thereby creating industrial automation. Today, RFID technology controls automation in many production processes, such as those in logistics, industry and commerce. An RFID reader can identify a transponder-tagger component located on any number of devices, verifying their originality and ensuring they’re installed […]

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Batteryless Temperature Monitoring Solution from FEIG and RFMicron

By Klaus Schoeke / 3 years ago

Passive (batteryless) RFID technology has led to its adoption by a wide range of industries ranging from asset management and automation, to process and production control, to supply chain management. However, sensor data collection applications always required battery power. Recently, RFMicron , a Texas-based technology company developing smart passive sensors, created a battery-free, single-chip RFID […]

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FEIG Electronics’ RFID Reader Helps Illuminate a Noble Life

By Klaus Schoeke / 3 years ago

— The Small Design Firm selected FEIG RFID technology for unique, interactive display that honors the life of Alfred Nobel — ATLANTA — March 24, 2015 — Today FEIG Electronics, a leading global supplier of RFID readers and antennas, announced that the OBID i-scan® HF Mid-Range, RFID reader from FEIG is an integral part of […]

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FEIG RFID Technology Helps Stop the Spread of Infection

By Klaus Schoeke / 3 years ago

A recent rash of health scares seems to be dominating the world news these days. News about deadly viruses – from the Ebola crisis to Measles – spreads faster than the diseases themselves. Although this can be upsetting for the general public, these types of news stories do serve to call our collective attention to […]

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FEIG RFID Reader Pays Off for Tablet Armor at NRF Show

By Klaus Schoeke / 3 years ago

This week at Retail’s Big Show 2015, the annual National Retail Federation (NRF) convention in New York City, FEIG Electronics generated excitement as part of a retail display with TabletArmor, a stand-alone enclosure that transforms an ordinary tablet into a stationary work station, kiosk or point-of-sale (POS) terminal. The specially designed enclosure allows users to […]

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RFID Enabled Cruise Ships

By Klaus Schoeke / 3 years ago

Royal Caribbean installed over 500 FEIG Electronics RFID readers onboard Quantum of the Seas as part of a ship-wide transaction and identification network.  Royal Caribbean has installed RFID technology on its brand-new ship, with wristbands that let passengers pay for food, drinks and services, as well as unlock state rooms, while RFID bag tags are used […]

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Meet your new FEIG salesperson

By Klaus Schoeke / 3 years ago

FEIG Electronics is looking to grow throughout the United States and so we’ve recently hired experienced sales agents. FEIG is looking to hire more sales agents in New York,  Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, Detroit, Richmond and Denver.  Let us know if you would be interested. Introducing FEIG Electronics expanded sales staff:

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FEIG Electronics Launches New Standalone Access Control Solution

By Klaus Schoeke / 3 years ago

— OBID myAXXESS® ID MAX.U1002 UHF Vehicle Access Control Reader and FEIG’s personnal identification systems provides secure and easy access for gated communities, parking lots, office buildings — ATLANTA — September 30, 2014 — Today FEIG Electronics, a leading global supplier of radio frequency identification (RFID) readers and antennas, announced availability of the OBID myAXXESS® […]

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RFID Readers Help Protect Safety of Vital Blood Supplies

By Klaus Schoeke / 3 years ago

As radio frequency identification technology continues to gain acceptance in healthcare applications, medical professionals and device manufacturers are finding new ways to make use of RFID to increase efficiency, reduce costs and improve patient safety and security. For example, RFID technology is being used as part of an innovative system to track vital blood supplies […]

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