02/18/2020, Munich (Germany): Elatec will be presenting its universal RFID readers as well as identification solutions that are based on BLE and NFC. Special focus at the trade show presentation: services and tools for developing software and applications for Elatec products.
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: Installing 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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