Automatic ID

Software

Face Recognition Software provides real-time identification.

Ayonix Public Security v2.1 safely identifies criminals as well as suspects in public locations such as airports, train stations, trade centers, and stadiums. Program makes walk-through facial recognition feasible and allows for online facial search in large databases; identities can be correlated with passport/visa and law enforcement applications to prevent fraudulent activities. Scanning...

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Software

Hitachi and Avion Collaborate on Finger Vein Authentication System

TARRYTOWN, NY, August 10, 2010 - Hitachi, Ltd., Hitachi America, Ltd, a subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., and Avion Solutions, Inc, today announced the development and launch of a finger vein authentication system specifically designed for law enforcement in North America. Avion's Inmate Tracking and Control Technology (INTACT) software streamlines and enhances day-to-day correctional facility...

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Security Systems

Biometric Security Solution speeds airport employee check-in.

Compliant with rapid-access biometric systems regulations of Transportation Security Agency, AeroPASS(TM) expedites passage of pilots and flight attendants through security checkpoints and into sterile airport areas. Personal Identification Verification card, issued to each AeroPASS enrollee, is embedded with individual's photograph, fingerprint biometrics, and public key infrastructure using...

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Antennas

Murata Invites Visitors to View Demonstrations Including Unicycling Robot and RFID Capabilities at Electronica 2010

Murata Power Solutions power products also featured Hoofddorp, Netherlands: Murata will be exhibiting at Electronica 2010 in Munich, Germany, 9-12 November 2010, on booth B5:107. The company will demonstrate its unicycling robot, Murata Girl, alongside the flexibility of its RFID technology, MAGICSTRAP®, plus its micro-blower spot cooling device and other solutions for consumer, automotive...

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FaceKey Biometric Time and Attendance System Delivers Savings
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FaceKey Biometric Time and Attendance System Delivers Savings

This case study outlines how Lyssy & Eckel, Inc., a Poth, TX based manufacturer, realized savings by deploying FaceKey's EntryGuard Biometric Time and Attendance System which utilizes fingerprints for identification to automate, track, and manage employee time and attendance. Drawbacks of the manual clocking system used by Lyssy & Eckel prior to deployment of EntryGaurd are stated, listing the key benefits offered by EntryGuard system. Key factors for the successful implementation of EntryGuard time and attendance system are listed, highlighting how FaceKey helped the client to deploy the new system in a short time and at minimal cost. The paper describes how the client could realize reduced administration time after implementing EntryGaurd biometric time and attendance system.

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Software

Lockheed Martin Team Begins Development on Second Phase of FBI's Next Generation Identification Program

Efforts Underway to Build New, Web-Based Infrastructure for Wanted Persons Database ROCKVILLE, Md. -- The Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT)-led Next Generation Identification (NGI) team is beginning to fully develop and deploy a new NGI system capability that transforms how law enforcement officials search an FBI wanted persons database. Development efforts began after a successful Critical Design...

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Major Chinese Fashion Brand Jossy Jo Improves Efficiency and Eliminates Counterfeits with RFID

UPM Raflatac, Tampere - Jossy Jo, a Beijing-based high-grade fashion brand, is one of the first apparel companies in China to have implemented a large-scale, item-level RFID solution. The complete RFID solution from Jawasoft China and UPM Raflatac provides Jossy Jo with valuably accurate real-time data concerning its logistics operations and streamlines cooperation between Jossy Jo and its...

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South Korean University of Incheon Library Automates Operations with RFID

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere) - The University of Incheon in South Korea has automated its library operations with RFID. The university's newly built library, Haksan, utilises RaceTrack HF RFID tags from UPM Raflatac coupled with a complete library automation solution from ECO. The move away from the previously used barcode technology became opportune as the university began building its new campus and...

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Barcode Scanners / Readers

MARK IV IVHS to Showcase JANUS® Multiprotocol Reader at IBTTA 2010

Multiprotocol Technology Delivers Enhanced Functionality; Solves Interoperability Challenges TORONTO - MARK IV IVHS, a global technology leader and innovator of Intelligent Transportation Systems, will be showcasing several industry solutions including its recently introduced JANUS® Multiprotocol Reader at The International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association's (IBTTA) 78th Annual...

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AIS Transponder helps boaters avoid collisions.
Antennas

AIS Transponder helps boaters avoid collisions.

Combining built-in GPS antenna, AIS receiver, and Class B AIS transponder, AISWatchMate® 850 transmits boat's name, size, position, speed, and course over AIS channels while displaying information boaters need to interpret potential hazards and react accordingly. Filtering algorithm eliminates screen clutter and false alarms. Waterproof to IPx7 standard, AISWatchMate® 850 measures 8.9...

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Barcode Scanners / Readers

Tamper-Resistant Tag Readers address hospital patient safety.

Part of distributed sensor-network system that utilizes intelligent Real Time Location System tags for continuous communication, RTLS Plug-In Readers are placed throughout hospital to report location, status, contextual awareness, and environmental conditions regarding medical devices and people. Tamper-resistant readers feature shutter system that prevents patients from inserting objects into...

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