RFID Windshield Inlay enables secure vehicle access.

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With read range of approximately 18 ft, Windshield Inlay uses passive RFID technology and Gen2 chip with 512-bit user memory. Inlay benefits commercial fleet operators of cars or trucks, as well as private vehicle owners requiring secure access and safe parking. It can also be used to control entry and exit gates to automotive services such as toll stations, car rental parks, or car washes.



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Advanced RFID Memory Windshield Inlay Launched by KSW Microtec



Abu Dhabi, February 25, 2008 - KSW Microtec AG, one of the world's leading suppliers of RFID components, has launched the KSW windshield inlay offering customers more accurate, efficient and secure vehicle access into various locations and premises.

With a read range of approximately 18 feet and a larger memory chip, the inlay can benefit both commercial fleet operators of cars or trucks, as well as private vehicle owners requiring secure access and safer parking. As it has higher individual data storage capacities on the chip, the inlay is ideal for managing access to corporate parking lots, high security commercial and industrial areas or gated residential communities. It can also be used to control entry and exit gates to automotive services such as toll stations, car rental parks or car washes.

Thomas Hitzer, CEO of KSW Microtec said this latest RFID inlay, with its unique features, sets new standards in the market of vehicle ID.

"Due to the customized antenna design and an efficient assembly technology, the RFID inlay from KSW does not require a foam standoff like other windshield tag designs and this is a unique feature of our product," he added.

KSW developed the inlay following demand from customers requiring more chip memory space for individual data, using the Gen2 chip with its increased 512-bit user memory. Gen2 chip technology allows for multiple tag reads, faster read rates and greater range for tracking entrances, exits and traffic patterns within closed environments. Consequently, the windshield inlay was designed especially for this chip.

In addition, as the KSW label uses passive RFID technology, it offers a more economic option than active windshield tags currently available on the market.

KSW is the leading global supplier of RFID components for special and standard applications. The company combines in-depth technological expertise with the latest production techniques, and has established itself as one of the most efficient - and at the same time most flexible - manufacturers of RFID components on the market.

About KSW
KSW Microtec AG, with its headquarters in Germany, is the world's leading supplier of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) components for special and standard applications such as public transport, asset management and high security applications such as ebanking and access control. KSW combines successful high-end wafer technology, extremely efficient assembly technology and far-reaching expertise in design. KSW has earned itself a leading position on the market as one of the most efficient, and simultaneously most flexible, producers of RFID components. The globally active company was founded in 1994, has cleanroom production facilities in Germany and is now employing 60 staff. For more information see: www.ksw-microtec.de

For further information, please contact:
Sabine Kuechler
KSW Microtec AG
Manfred-von-Ardenne-Ring 12
01099 Dresden - Germany
Tel: +49 351 889 60 28
Fax: +49 351 889 60 11
sabine.kuechler@ksw-microtec.de
www.ksw-microtec.de

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