IT Expert in Britain Warns that Canadian RFID E-passports not Secure Enough

(RFIDWorld.ca) A British IT expert warns that Canada’s new RFID tagged E-passports can easily be hacked into and are not secure enough. Adam Laurie, Director of Aperture Labs Limited pointed out that using a biometric […]

Edible RFID Microchip Monitors if Patients Taking Medication

(RFIDWorld.ca) Researchers from the University of Florida have introduced new RFID microchips that are combined with nano-particle antennas, which are able to communicate with laptops or cell phones to monitor if any given patients have […]

Best Western Hotel Upgrades with RFID System from VingCard

(RFIDWorld.ca) A hospitality security provider, VingCard, recently concluded a project at Best Western, installing its Classic RFID contactless electronic upgrade kit with NFC cell phone compatibility.  VingCard, a part of ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Group, has […]

Freezer-Proof RFID Tags Announced

(RFIDWorld.ca) New UPM Raflatac RFID freezer-proof tags, designed to operate in temperatures down to -40 degrees Celsius have been introduced by Peacock Bros. A white synthetic face is provided on which a code can be […]