TransTech Systems has been highlighted for it’s role as a solutions provider and distributor for UHF RFID products in the RFID Industry’s top publication, RFID Journal
TransTech has been strongly developing it’s RFID product line and gaining notoriety in the RFID industry for it’s outstanding consultation, service and support.
The full article can be found here: TransTech Systems Adds UHF to Integrated RFID Solutions Portfolio
In it’s pursuit to provide the best most comprehensive service and support for RFID systems, TransTech Systems has participated in and successfully completed the International RFID Institute’s
RFID Certification process. The RFID Institute developed the certification as a way to standardize a level of expertise in the complex and diverse field of RFID and credential RFID professionals who have demonstrated in-depth knowledge of RFID components, deployment and processes.
This certification demonstrates TransTech’s commitment to excellence as the premier distributor for RFID systems.
One of RFID’s strongest value propositions is streamlining and increasing efficiency of automated data collection. A long-standing form of automated data collection has been scanning printed barcodes. Barcode technology represents a major upgrade of data collection over manually keying data, and as such have become nearly ubiquitous in inventory, Point-Of-Sale, ticketing and personal identification systems.
Just as barcodes represented a significant upgrade in collecting data over manual entry, UHF RFID represents a similar leap in technological capability over barcodes. Barcodes are limited by needing to be scanned one at a time, and with direct optical line-of-site. RFID solves these issues by allowing a very high throughput of up to 1100 tags per second, and does not require line-of-site allowing tags to be read inside a larger case, shopping cart, or other container.
To help seamlessly ingrate the benefits of RFID technology into existing barcode systems, Impinj developed the innovative, easy to use Speedway Connect software. Speedway Connect operates as a middleware client for the powerful Speedway Revolution and XPortal readers to handle parsing and delivering RFID tag reads so that users can take advantage of the efficiency of RFID without needing to spend time or resources integrating a new hardware component or developing new software.
Speedway Connect allows Serial, TCP/IP, USB Drive and USB keyboard wedge output options, so that RFID can be deployed directly as a replacement or even alongside an existing barcode system. Speedway Connect represents a truly ‘plug and play’ option for integrating RFID solutions.
The Times-7 A6590C
is an stunning circular polarized ground antenna, ideal for door and pathway applications.
With it’s ultra low-profile (0.3″ thickness) form factor and durable construction, the A6590 can easily and discreetly be placed in nearly any pathway or portal that assets or personnel pass through.
The Times-7 A4030C
Circular Polarized UHF antenna is an extremely versatile and easy to deploy antenna option. Engineered with Times-7′s highly aesthetic SlimLine form factor, the 0.5 inch thick flat panel antenna is seamless and unobtrusive.
The A4030C offers up to 19.5 feet of read range with most tags and a 60 degree circular beamwidth making it ideal for overhead mount applications.
Near Field UHF Antenna is a unique short range UHF antenna, ideal for isolating single tag reads. Packaged in the smallest UHF antenna form actor on the market, the A1001
is very versatile and can be mounted virtually anywhere.
While many close proximity RFID applications such as access control are traditionally LF or HF based, the A1001 can leverage the same UHF tags that can be used for high volume and long range applications, while also controlling the read range to a single point.
The ZWIPE card employs an on-card fingerprint scanner which pre-authenticates the card holder before allowing the access control data to be sent. The user’s fingerprint scan is stored securely on the card so no biometric data needs to be stored on a local hardware device or server.
The Zwipe card communicates through ISO 14443 standards, making it widely compatible with existing contactless systems including Desfire EV1 and Mifare classic.
As all the biometric processing takes place on the credential itself, and is easily integrated into existing access control systems, the Zwipe card is an cost effective and simply way to deploy biometric security at any scale.