A lot going on. Have you heard?
07/01/2021, Munich: ELATEC Launches ELATEC Academy to Share Authentication Technology Knowledge. Virtual Webinars Make Learning Accessible for ELATEC’s Clients and Partners.
06/22/2021, Munich: How do you balance security, safety and convenience in a universal medical access control solution?
06/01/2021, Munich, Germany: Elatec, the identification solutions specialist, has a new head of sales as of June 1, 2021.
05/31/2021, Palm City, Florida: What’s the best way to ensure product quality and production uptime in industrial automation? Read in the article of the Assembly Magazine what Chris Randall says about it.
03/31/2021, Munich, Germany: Elatec is adding support for LEGIC technology to its space-saving TWN4 Slim multi-standard RFID reader.
03/17/2021, Munich, Germany: The latest ELATEC DevPack 4.05 focuses on mobile functionalities and additional transponder types. With the support of Google Smart Tap, Android-based credentials are enabled. Apple's NFC-enabled Wallet Credentials (ECP 2.0, VAS) for iOS are also supported.
02/05/2021, Munich, Germany: Starting in 2021, you can quickly differentiate products without a housing by looking for the “M” extension in the product name.
02/05/2021, Munich, Germany: ELATEC, one of the top 3 manufacturer worldwide for radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology, is looking positively to the future.
02/03/2021, Toronto: Feb 03, 2021: Toronto technology company Nymi has begun offering its Workplace Wearables solution, which includes its sensor-based wristband to communicate with ELATEC.
01/28/2021, Munich, Germany: Elatec is pleased to present the TWN4 Palon Square M RFID reader.
12/14/2020, Mississauga, Ontario: Contactless RFID Card and Mobile Device Readers in Demand for Secure Identity Authentication and a Healthier Office.
12/08/2020, Toronto, Canada: ELATEC readers enable Nymi workplace wearable users increased access throughout organizational ecosystems, compatibility in global markets
12/02/2020, Munich: The potential of mobile authentication solutions is enormous. Many companies are already benefiting from the innovative application possibilities by adding mobile solutions to their access control systems.
12/01/2020, Palm City, Florida: ELATEC is pleased to announce that shipments of ELATEC RFID readers now produced at our new Palm City, Florida facilities have begun.
11/24/2020, Puchheim, Germany: ELATEC, a global leader in RFID technologies for user authentication and access control, is preparing for future international growth with new management and a new corporate structure.
11/23/2020, Munich: Eddy van den Broek joined the Elatec management team as the new Global Head of the Development Department in early November.
11/23/2020, Palm City, Florida: This article is the fourth in a series of considerations regarding embedded RFID readers for engineers, solution architects and product managers.
11/20/2020, Munich: AT ELATEC, we believe that we all have a responsibility to be good stewards of our environment. That’s why we’re taking steps to improve the sustainability of our products and operations.
11/04/2020, Munich: Companies using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) now have a powerful new development kit from ELATEC.
09/08/2020, Munich: The latest version of ELATEC’s DevPack software has made it even easier for customers to implement their RFID projects. The newest version of ELATEC’s DevPack software offers several new functions that make implementation even easier for customers.
09/06/2020, Palm City, Florida: This article is the third in a series on considerations for embedded system RFID readers for embedded engineers, solution architects and product managers.
08/30/2020, Palm City, Florida: With increasing security and public health concerns, contactless credentials are gaining more and more importance.
08/23/2020, Palm City, Florida: This article is an overview and the first in a series on considerations for embedded system RFID readers for embedded engineers, solution architects and product managers.
08/05/2020, Palm City, Florida: Safetrust Inc, a world-leader in virtual credential solutions, today announced a technology partnership with ELATEC to provide customers with a secure, touchless authentication solution for ELATEC’s TWN4 MultiTech family of BLE readers.
07/09/2020, Munich, Germany: The new DevPack now allows the readers to be configured for English, French and German keyboard layouts. The security and configurability of the TWN4 RFID readers have once again been significantly improved.
07/01/2020, Munich, Germany: Robert Helgerth takes over the management of the company and will set the course for the company's growth in the future. The previous CEO, Stefan Haertel, is moving from operational responsibility to a strategic consulting role.
06/18/2020, Palm City, Florida: MFPS ARE COMPUTERS that can print, copy, scan and fax. They have their own CPU and memory and support their own applications. This is great for productivity, but is also what makes access control at the MFP so important.
06/16/2020, Munich: There are many RFID readers on the market. The companies that gain competitive advantages are those that offer more than just technology. Because a perfect solution consists not only of the hardware, but also flexible and powerful software and support.
05/28/2020, Munich, Germany: RFID Specialist ELATEC donates face masks for Disaster Control Department of Fürstenfeldbruck and Augustinum Retirement Home. ELATEC used its international trade contacts to procure a large quantity of protective face masks.
05/19/2020, Munich, Germany: Elatec welcomes Gerhard Burits to its top management team as the company’s new CFO. With this hire, Elatec is focusing more intensely on global expansion.
04/09/2020, Puchheim, Germany: ELATEC offers service, products, and software for customized solutions worldwide. They answers all questions concerning the integration of LF or HF RFID technology.
03/19/2020, Puchheim, Germany: Markt&Technik asks how electronics employers currently deal with the corona crisis. Read an interview with Sabine Thier to find out how ELATEC GmbH is meeting the current challenges.
03/02/2020, Palm City (Florida): The most advanced RFID/NFC/BLE reader available for physical access control to be introduced at ISC West.
02/28/2020, Palm City (Florida): What’s the best way to reduce accident and theft rates for materials handling equipment and industrial vehicles? Make sure that only trained and authorized people can start them up.
02/11/2020, Munich (Germany): ELATEC TWN4 line of RFID card and smartphone mobile ID readers have received Apple’s Value-Added Services (VAS) Certification.
11/28/2019, Puchheim: ABB has partnered with ELATEC to deliver mobile-enabled electric vehicle charging – the partnership makes charging at out-of-home ABB EV charging stations as simple as pulling up your Apple or Android Wallet.
11/25/2019, Puchheim: Kiosks provide instant access to an ever growing number of goods and services — but what is the best way to secure kiosk contents and data?
10/08/2019, Palm City: Embedded Electronics Industry Veteran Brings Proven Leadership. ELATEC USA Inc., a world-leading developer and manufacturer of innovative RFID products, today announced Paul K. Massey as Chief Executive Officer.
09/13/2019, Puchheim: ELATEC GmbH, a world leading developer and manufacturer of innovative RFID products, welcomes Klaus Finkenzeller to its management team as Innovation Manager.
09/06/2019, Puchheim: ELATEC is proud to present a new addition to its TWN4 multi-technology RFID reader family. The TWN4 Slim is a very flat reader, smaller than a credit card. It supports all common RFID technologies as well as smartphone ID solutions with NFC and BLE.
08/22/2019, Puchheim: Today's transit riders simply flash a card or a smart phone in front of a contactless reader to gain access to trains, buses and other transit options.
06/27/2019, Palm City: From secure printing to kiosks to industrial robotics, TCP3 enables user authentication and access control for devices lacking a USB port.
05/29/2019, Palm City: Focus on guiding market growth for advanced RFID technology for user authentication and access control.
05/28/2019, Puchheim: Companies that want to enable their customers to conveniently use RFID transponders in identity and access management applications may find themselves facing choices that could result in high development and maintenance costs.
05/16/2019, Palm City: Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology can be used for user authentication and access control for a wide variety of systems, devices and equipment.
05/10/2019, Puchheim: Bike share systems are springing up in urban centers, large campuses and tourist destinations around the globe. Bike sharing provide an option that bridges the gap between public mass transit and taxi or ride share services.
05/09/2019, Palm City: In companies large and small, new employees are issued a radio-frequency identification (RFID) card that provides visual identification and unlocks the door when they arrive at work.
04/23/2019, Munich: Install updates and configurations for RFID readers company-wide with the touch of a button.
04/03/2019, Palm City: Connected medical devices, Electronic Health Records (EHRs), quality measurement systems and other innovations have transformed the way patient care is delivered, how outcomes are measured and monitored, and how patients connect with healthcare providers.
04/03/2019, Puchheim: Fortunately, today's fleet managers have plenty of software and hardware options to make it easier, from sophisticated invehicle telematics systems to back-end scheduling and logistics software.
03/19/2019, Palm City: From enterprise networks to vehicle fleets and surveillance systems to perimeter gates, having access control to let the right people in - while keeping everyone else out - is a security necessity.
02/14/2019, Puchheim: “Many perspectives – one key!” – with this motto ELATEC presents innovative RFID solutions for complex challenges.
02/11/2019, Puchheim: A compact built-in reader for devices, that is suitable for the implementation of a wide range of identification solutions: Meet the TWN4 Palon Panel from Elatec.
02/01/2019, Palm City: User authentication deficiencies, endpoint data leakage and excessive user permissions are the three most common cybersecurity risks facing health systems and hospitals, according to new data from Clearwater CyberIntelligence Institute.
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