RFID tag IC for the IoT: understanding what to look for

By | September 22, 2016

Looking for a RFID tag IC you pretend to use to design your own battery free devices for IoT applications? Take these into account. RFID is not linked to just identification anymore. New RFID tag ICs allow manufacturers and system integrators to develop RFID based solutions that include sensors, actuators, displays and many more components… Read More »

Bluetooth lock for garage and parking doors

By | September 8, 2016

Bluetooth locks help you comfortably access your garage and/or parking without anything more than your mobile phone. We all have gotten used to wireless controllers to open garage doors for us. Whether it is a radio controlled access or a card access, there’s no need for you to get out of the car and open… Read More »

Bluetooth technology in sensors for the IoT

By | September 1, 2016

Bluetooth technology is already very present in the IoT. However, we are not taking full advantage of its possibilities in conjunction with sensors. Bluetooth technology is everywhere. SmartPhones being so ubiquitous, Bluetooth devices can be counted by millions. However, it seems we are only using this technology to a small part of its potential. Bluetooth… Read More »

Top 3 reasons to switch to RFID data logger for cold chain

By | August 4, 2016

Usage of a RFID data logger in cold chain monitoring provides benefits that may be hard to ignore, especially for companies with RFID infrastructure in place. Temperature monitoring in cold chain processes is a critical task for products such as perishables or pharmaceuticals. Temperatures outside a predefined window reduce shelf-life of perishable foods or even… Read More »

Battery free strain gage: using the VMeter tag

By | July 28, 2016

Developing your own battery free strain gage is at your hand. Start testing with the VMeter platform to make your development easier. The VMeter is a development platform we provide for development engineers and people that love ‘Do it Yourself’ challenges. It basically allows you to have a battery free tag with the potential to… Read More »