RFID multi-readers for maximum flexibility in parcel delivery
A helpful neighbor is worth their weight in gold when it comes to accepting someone else’s parcel. Erwin Renz Metallwarenfabrik GmbH & Co KG, the Germany based letterbox production company with European leadership, understands that perfectly. And they’ve found a solution that works even better: By authenticating via Elatec’s multi-technology RFID card reader, a registered person is able to collect and send parcels 24/7 with the help of an electronic parcelbox, the “myRENZbox”. Thanks to Elatec’s comprehensive knowledge of RFID protocols, this authentication process works no matter which protocol is used.
RFID applications for secure printing
For a secure printing solution at a large insurance company, Elatec enabled Xerox to identify 9 different RFID card protocols among the customer's employee badges. Elatec offered its multi-protocol RFID reader that could simultaneously support all customer badges in scope. Xerox included their integrated cover kits for the multi-function printers (MFPs) to install the RFID readers internally bringing an aesthetic advantage and added security.
RFID multi-readers enable EBG compleo’s win of EV charging station project
Germany based EBG compleo was successfully awarded a tender in the city of Berlin by leveraging Elatec's vast knowledge of RFID protocols. In this case, the requested VDV-KA protocol in Berlin was easily supported by the Elatec multi-technology RFID card reader to validate the user ID. Since then, EBG compleo relies solely on Elatec RFID card readers to ensure worldwide flexibility of their product.
RFID applications in medical environment
RFID systems are nowadays widespread in hospitals. Their most common use is in access control applications. On one hand RFID readers and transponders, which communicate via different technologies and frequencies, help patients to feel more comfortable during their stay at the clinic, since multiple systems can be operated with a single RFID tag. On the other hand contactless identification methods are also used by the medical personal during visitations for treatment and state overview of patients as well as for documentation purposes which leads to real cost reduction.