Cisper Enters Partnership with Axzon
Cisper established a partnership with Axzon, world leader in RFID battery-free wireless sensor products and the inventor and patent owner of the technology.
Leon de Ridder, Sales Director at Cisper, is pleased with the cooperation: “We are convinced that Axzon’s technology and products are a welcome addition for our current customers.”
Axzon CEO Shahriar Rokhsaz: “We have developed the world's highest performance battery-free RFID sensor technology, and we are bringing partners together to create complete system-level solutions.”
Axzon is the world leader in RFID battery-free wireless sensor products and the inventor and holder of more than 70 patents on RFID sensor technologies. These RFID battery-free wireless sensors generate valuable data that can then be integrated into any organization's enterprise management systems to automate the monitoring of products and critical systems. Axzon's encryption technology protects users' data by guaranteeing secure communication between Axzon sensors and authenticated readers while guaranteeing the integrity of the data.
Axzon's sensors are used to wirelessly monitor temperatures and moisture levels without the need for external power making them ideal solutions in multiple applications. These RFID battery-free wireless sensor generates highly valuable data that can then be integrated into any organization’s enterprise management systems automating the monitoring of products and critical systems. As these sensors require no external power and transmit data wirelessly, they are a great component of many Industry 4.0 and IoT platforms.
The application space for Axzon's sensors is virtually unlimited. Applications requiring the maintenance-free remote monitoring of temperature or temperature and moisture together abound. There are many proven use cases, with the technology regularly solving data acquisition problems in new applications. Proven uses cases include predictive maintenance of industrial equipment and electrical switchgear, in-process controls, water vapor detection, sensing of wet material stock where wetness causes product loss or deterioration, in healthcare for incontinence management and vaccine tracking, just to list a few.