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- RFID: Contact-free access control. Colombo, Allan B. // SDM: Security Distributing & Marketing;Sep97, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p62
Focuses on the use of contact-free access control via radio frequency identification (RFID) in the electronic security industry in the United States. Benefits of RFID; Available RFID technologies; Passive/active cards and tokens; RF transponder. INSET: A case for proximity: User benefits..
- Auto ID soars: RFID, electromagnetic process. // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jul97, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p8
Reports on advances in the development and marketing of automatic identification systems. Highlights of study by marketing consulting firm Frost & Sullivan; Radio frequency identification systems; Electro-magnetic anti-shoplifting technology; Radio frequency electronic article surveillance;...
- Sleek, sophisticated smart labels have the brains to change RFID. // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jun99, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p9
Reports on the growth of the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) in the United States. Application in the security sector; Motorola's introduction of BiStatix technology; Enabling of printing of RFID materials on materials including paper; Texas Instrument's launch of Tag-it, a...
- RFID keys and cards. // EDN Europe;10/ 1/2011, p22
Information on a series of six secure RFID keys and cards from Maxim is presented.
- Shopping for RFID. Mesenbrink, John // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Oct2002, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p10
Focuses on the reasons for the demand in radio frequency identification (RFID) system. Benefits of RFID; Use of RFID as security system; Reduction in the problem associated with contact or line-of-sight technologies; Advantages of RFID; Reliance of RFID on radio frequency waves.
- Proximity Cards, Readers Offer More Choices, Flexibility. // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Apr2000, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p33
Discusses the development of proximity devices for use in security access control. Shift toward high-frequency proximity technology; SecuraKey's introduction of its e*TAG line of radio frequency identification (RFID) system; Potential of a universal ID/access/credit card; Advantages of open...
- Product focus--Anti-theft solutions. // Market: Europe;Oct2006, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p2
The article highlights a study conducted by market research firm GfK Group regarding the opinion of European consumers on security systems in stores. The percentage of consumers who want to easily access products before making their shopping choices is cited. The views of consumers on the radio...
- It's in the tag. Quilter, James // In-Store;Dec2003, p9
Reports on concerns that using radio frequency identification (RFID) in retail stores' security systems can compromise personal privacy. Protests against initial trials for using RFID; Assurance given by retailers that shoppers' personal privacy will be safeguarded. INSET: Wal-Mart forges...
- RFID Parking: Safety, Speed, Convenience. // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2000, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p34
Focuses on the use of radio frequency identification technology in parking facilities. Advantages for the users; Availability of a hands-free system; Demand for the devices in the corporate campus environment.