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Yes, RFID Technology is Safe – Providing You Use Smart Mode

Yes, RFID Technology is Safe – Providing You Use Smart Mode

The recently published in Business Insider article has stirred many controversies. Its main message is that RFID could be easily hacked and therefore it cannot serve as an effective way for security or access control. Is it true? It comes as no surprise that RFID ID can be copied and used by people who should […]

November 13 2016 | Posted in RFID News, RFID Technology, Security RFID | Read More »

British Columbia Transportation Authority’s TransLink Introduces RFID Smartcard

British Columbia Transportation Authority’s TransLink Introduces RFID Smartcard

NXP RFID has announced that Canada’s South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority (TransLink) has adopted its MIFARE technology platform for Vancouver’s public transport system. Ranked among the world´s top 5 cities of Mercer´s Quality Living Ranking for four years, Vancouver is pursuing a Green City Plan to address urban challenges including the optimization of transportation […]

February 6 2013 | Posted in Retail RFID, RFID News, Transport RFID | Read More »

RFID Access Control Reader for IP-based Networks – New Max 50

RFID Access Control Reader for IP-based Networks – New Max 50

(RFIDWorld.ca) RFID Canada,  a radio frequency identification technology provider and Canadian distributor for FEIG Electronic is introducing a new IP (internet protocol) based access control RFID reader – the Max 50. A feature of the Max 50 is that it can manage up to 9,000 users in stand-alone operation if there is no communication with […]

January 25 2012 | Posted in RFID News, RFID Technology | Read More »