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Carbon nanotube composites comprise of carbon nanotubes, which are made of carbon atoms and have a diameter in the nanometre order, and advanced semi-conductive polymers (photo: Toray)

Toray achieves world’s first UHF wireless communication with low-cost printed RFIDs

Toray Industries, Inc. (Tokyo, Japan) has recently become the first in the world to communicate wirelessly across the UHF (ultrahigh frequency) band with a printed semiconductor. This setup employs a printed radio-frequency identifier (RFID) that the company created. The RFID employs a high-performance semi-conductive carbon nanotube composite. Toray’s achievement demonstrated the potential for manufacturing UHF RFIDs by low-cost printing processes to dramatically streamline retail and logistics operations. Examples include automating cash registers and efficient inventory management. The company will accelerate development to commercialise printed RFIDs.

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The ((rfid))-Windshield Label was specifically developed for use in automatic vehicle identification (photo: Schreiner Group)

Schreiner PrinTrust: Labels for automotive vehicle identification (AVI), parking and government uses

Automatic billing of costs, contactless entering and exiting, plus app-based value-added services: RFID technology will facilitate parking in the future. Government uses are reliably supported by RFID as well along with enhanced security. Schreiner PrinTrust (Oberschleißheim, Germany) is a leading provider in the fields of RFID and security labels for vehicle identification. At Intertraffic 2020 in Amsterdam from 21-24 April, the spotlight will be on solutions for government uses and smart parking. Schreiner PrinTrust is going to showcase its latest portfolio of solutions for automatic vehicle identification (AVI): Third License Plates with RFID for official vehicle identification and RFID Windshield Solutions for on- and off-street parking will be the focus topics at its trade show booth.

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The innovative ((rfid))-DistaFerr Global label with a dual-band antenna enables equal readability in the ETSI and FCC frequency bands which makes it suitable for worldwide use (photo: Schreiner ProTech)

Schreiner ProTech: Comprehensive automated IoT tracking solutions for returnable containers

The increasing electrification of on-board vehicle systems is one of the major trends of the 21st century, entailing the installation of more and more electronics, electronic control units, sensors and antennas in a vehicle. Therefore, the automotive industry increasingly relies on RFID marking solutions in logistics and manufacturing operations.

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