With a range of up to 12 m, UHF readers are ideally suited for vehicle access control systems. For this application, the new LRU1002 has not only a battery-based real-time clock, but also an improved Wiegand interface, which makes the reader compatible with common systems.
An optional Wiegand switch also ensures that two lanes can be monitored at the same time. Since access control systems have to be highly secure for sensitive areas, the LRU1002 has a secure element for the secure storage of so-called application keys that are used in transponders with an UCODE DNA chip from NXP.
Marketing & Corporate Communication
FEIG ELECTRONIC has been developing and manufacturing RFID systems since 1991. As an OEM supplier for system integrators and resellers, FEIG offers readers and antennas for operating frequencies of 125 kHz, 13.56 MHz and UHF (860-960 MHz).
More than 25 years experiences in developing RFID hardware components
Production and development of standard products and various customized products only in Germany
Implementing innovations together!
The most comprehensive RFID-based document management system in the world used by a public prosecutor has been implemented by Feig Electronic and the systems trader OGTech. Among their range of RFID-based projects in Egypt and the Middle East are also driveway and access controls combined with asset tracking applications in the hospital setting and completely transparent industrial production processes.
Andreas Löw of Feig Electronic and Khaled Elshimy of OGTech look back at the beginnings of this business partnership and talk about the way in which OGTech has grown as a partner with almost every single RFID-project it has implemented in the Arab region.
Andreas Löw, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Feig Electronic, and Khaled Elshimy, Regional Manager, OGTech, in an interview with RFID & Wieless IoT Global.
The New Freedom on the Edge of Automation
Minimise Time Losses, Increase Productivity, Create End-to-End Transparency
Wearables are experiencing increasing demand in markets worldwide. Order picking, assembly, sorting - these are processes in logistics and production that often cannot be automated, and companies are desperately looking for solutions. Mobile devices that can be worn directly on the body and for which no additional handing is required open the door to solving numerous challenges. The contribution of human labour not only becomes more efficient through the use of wearables, but also increases the value of the human contribution in highly automated production and logistics systems.
Wearables can thus pave the way for the future position of people in the value chain. Wearables are not intended to replace established solutions 1:1 and thus push them out of their applications. Rather, they create benefits in the peripheral areas of automation wherever automated identification reaches its limits.
After more than a year of intensive development work, Feig Electronic has now incorporated these requirements and potentials into a completely new solution: the HyWEAR compact.
RFID & Wieless IoT Global spoke exclusively with Markus Desch, Head of Business Division, Identification & Payment, and Andreas Binder, Head of Product Line Panmobil, Feig Electronic, about what lies behind the development, which features the wearable includes, and which potentials can be leveraged in which processes with this device.
With this first device in a product family that will continue to develop in the coming years, Feig Electronic is opening a completely new chapter after almost 30 years in the field of RFID hardware development.
Narrow-mesh antenna installation enables 100 percent detection
Al-Ahli Hospital in the heart of Doha, the capital of Qatar, has 250 beds and 25 departments from anaesthesiology to neurosurgery. With the goal of greater transparency in the employee time attendance system, the clinic executive decided to implement a UHF RFID-based solution.
Following the successful implementation, the project has been expanded in several steps: now and in the future Al-Ahli Hospital relies on UHF RFID, from employees' vehicles through their participation in training measures to hospital assets.
Khaled Mohammed Ezz Al-Din, Regional Manager for ID Systems & IT at OGTech, talks about how the implementation of wireless IoT technology is being applied to more and more areas of the hospital.
OGTech, QCS and FEIG Provide Public Prosecution in Qatar with UHF RFID Solution
The Public Prosecution in Qatar has been honored with an award for the largest implementation of RFID document tracking: In a coorperation with the German manufacturer Feig Electronic, the regional branch of OGTech, a local distributor in Doha, Qatar, provides the Public Prosecution with an elaborate UHF RFID system that encompasses 1,006 reading points to allow for improved efficiency and accuracy in document tracking. The integration was executed in coorperation with QCS, a local specialist.
After six months of planning, development, and installation, the system is nearly entirely implemented and in use. Already it provides faster and more accurate file tracking than the previous solution. Through innovative hardware and built-in features like authorization checks, detailed location information and label printing modules cost and time efficency is ensured and errors and delays are minimised.
Khaled Mohamed Ezz El Din, Regional Manager, OGTech for RFID solutions, in an interview with RFID & Wireless IoT Global
Sunnybrook Hospital relies on RFID in the OR
High-tech for the highest efficiency: Feig Electronic provides RFID reader solutions for the healthcare industry to identify, track, locate, and authenticate medical equipment and healthcare supplies, and to help improve patient care and safety.
When solutions for inventory management, patient and equipment identification, or temperature monitoring are required, Feig can offer suitable UHF RFID products for various applications and use cases.
By Andreas Löw, Marketing & Corporate Communication, Feig Electronic
Feig Electronic as sponsor and participant of #WIOTtomorrow19!
For more than 50 years, FEIG ELECTRONIC has been a specialist in identification (RFID & Barcode), electronic control systems, traffic sensor systems and contactless payment terminals.
Based in Weilburg, Germany and with a workforce of more than 380, the company contributes to advances in technology with innovative solutions for a wide range of applications and industries.
RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 October 29th-30th, 2019 at the darmstadtium, just outside Frankfurt, Germany
Available as Standard- or Double-Antenna for longer reading distances
FEIG ELECTRONIC introduces its new robust UHF antennas ID ANT.U580/290 and ID ANT.U290/290, capable of withstanding the harshest and most extreme outdoor and industrial environments.
Operating from below freezing to extremely hot temperatures, the Robust UHF Antennas will work with any reader and are backed by an equally robust warranty.
The IATA-approved solution can be immediately integrated without any accessing of existing IT infrastructures being required
Baggage handling - probably the most complex task that every airline has to deal with
For the airline passenger it all looks so simple: you check in your bag, board the plane and you pick up your baggage once again from the baggage carousel in the airport where you land. But logistics experts know: behind the scenes, the airlines must fulfil a wide range of tasks in order that the whole baggage handling works. In order to put a secure and reliable baggage handling system in place, the 10-digit licence plate number (LPN) is still being used, which is printed in the form of a 1D barcode on the baggage banderols. These are read by different barcode readers throughout the airport and the baggage is then assigned to the respective plane.
Even if the proportion of incorrectly assigned baggage was reduced by an unprecedented 70% in the period from 2007 - 2016, baggage lost in transport today still represents an enormous cost burden for the airlines.
Internet of Scanning®
In today´s industry, warehouse management and ordering processes are not fully automated, that means even in 2018 columns of numbers are typed down manually in many material orders and transferred via phone, fax or e-mail – this costs valuable time, is faulty and absolutely unnecessary!
With its PANMOBIL product range for portable solutions, FEIG ELECTRONIC offers with the "Smart Order Solution" a smarter way to place orders. Through the use of mobile hybrid scanners, the ordering process is brought directly to the warehouse shelf or the workshop and the product to be ordered is scanned directly. Even automatic ordering directly from catalogues is possible if each article is assigned a tiny 2D code. This leads to error-free orders, a drastic reduction of returns and, by simplifying the ordering process, sales increases by up to 35%.
Specialist for contactless payment terminals receives another important certification
FEIG ELECTRONIC, specialist for contactless payment terminals, received with the PCI P2PE (Point-to-Point Encryption) KIF Certification another important certification. The payment terminals “cVEND”, manufactured by FEIG in Germany, are used in numerous international public transport applications as well as in toll collection systems, at patrol stations and in vending machines.
The certification confirms, that the security room („Key-Injection-Facility“ (KIF)) which is operated by FEIG meets the high requirements of the PCI P2PE standard.