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RFID for all

For many of us, using a key to start a car, a card to access a building or room, using ski lifts on a winter sports holiday and validating a bus or underground ticket have become part of our daily routine. Without always realising it, we use RFID …

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RFID tag maker Impinj prices IPO at $14, shares soar in rare public offering

Wall Street likes what they see in Impinj, a 16-year-old Seattle-based maker of Radio Frequency Iden

Global Chipless RFID Market 2016 Analysis and Forecast to 2020

PUNE, INDIA, July 19, 2016 / EINPresswire.com / -- About Chipless RFID RFID tags without a silicon m

Global Anti-Counterfeit Clothing and Accessories Packaging Market

The malpractices of counterfeiting activities are majorly associated with premium products as they c

Scientists tag NYC rats with RFID microchips to study their behavior

Two of the authors, Michael Deutsch and Michael H. Parsons, anesthesizing a NYC rat before tagging i

The new way to pay: Contactless fingernails

The new way to pay: Contactless fingernails 5 hours ago | 2572 views | 1 Forget Apple Pay, the cool

EPC based internet of things architecture

In RFID-Technologies and Applications , 2011 IEEE International Conference on , pp. 527-532, doi:10.

L'Internet des objets se déploie dans l'industrie

Trois entreprises sur quatre indiquent que l'IoT sera crucial pour leur succès futur dans leu

French vineyard to safeguard its entire output with NFC

GRAPE IDEA: The Geantet-Pansiot vineyard is protecting all its wines with NFC tags PARTNER NEWS: The

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Focus on members

RAIN is an Alliance of companies that are interested in the passive UHF RFID technology that is standardized in ISO/IEC 18000-63 and GS1 EPC UHF Gen 2

RAIN is an Alliance of companies that are interested in the passive UHF RFID technology that is standardized in ISO/IEC 18000-63 and GS1 EPC UHF Gen 2

RAIN is an Alliance of companies that are interested in the passive UHF RFID technology that is standardized in ISO/IEC 18000-63 and GS1 EPC UHF Gen 2. The Alliance is a marketing group whose mission is: “To enable businesses and consumers to identify, locate, authenticate and engage items in our everyday world.” RAIN holds three meetings a year around the globe, and has workgroups focused on driving adoption of the technology.

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CNRFID members and partners

RFID Users

AIR FRANCEAIR LIQUIDE Services SASAIRBUS HELICOPTERSAirbus GroupCACHE CACHE SACASTORAMACHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN SASCOSG (Carrefour)DASSAULT AVIATIONDGAC/STACERDFESP developpementGDF SUEZGEODISHENNESSYHeinekenITER OrganizationLouis Vuitton MalletierMEDINORMEMENUISERIE BERARDNEYRET RUBANSONETRENAULTRTESAGEM DEFENSE SECURITETHALES ALENIA SPACE FRANCETOTAL SATURBOMECA Société AnonymeWinlightZimmer France

RFID Suppliers

TOPPAN Como Europe - London BranchIFM ElectronicFREEMINDTRONICTECTUS Transponder Technology GmbHEMITECH MESURESUbisenseGravotech Ob'do Contact AgileARAYMONDAmundi TechnologiesPICDICAEN RFID CODING FranceALLFLEXBALLUFF SASLES ETIQUETTES MICHEL HAASTRACEACODECAPTURAXPRAGMATIKSICKInside SecureTEXAS INSTRUMENTS FRANCEWIDNOGEMA TECHNOLOGYTAGSYS RFIDIBMNEOPOST SHIPPING STMNTHMY GroupE Business VentureIERISRA CARDSFIMEInotec Barcode SecurityAvnetXERAFYEMDEVELOPBIOLOG-IDELIOT Innovative SolutionsSIEVETAGPRODUCTINTELLINGRFID LABSHUB ONERODRIGUEAPROGSYSIONOSYSCDVIAGIDPARAGON IDENTIFICATIONLinxensSCHREINER ProtechHID GLOBAL SANEXESS SADMPH consultingADENTS HIGH TECH INTERNATIONALRFIDEALPAGE UPINTEGRA SolutionFCT PARTNERSCHECKPOINT SYSTEM FRANCE SASTHINK&GOTAG&PLAY - IMPRESSIONS MODERNESP3 INGENIEURSETIK OUESTORANGE BUSINESS SERVICESAIRBUS DEFENSE AND SPACEIDcaptSTARCHIPMICRO BEJMD ETIQUETTE SASGroupe PRISMEEquipements ScientifiquesAXEM TechnologyDevCSIDipole RFIDELKANOBEWEIS RFIDMU-ElectronicsNORDIC IDEBV ElektronikNOOLITIC FREQUENTIELAXENDO SASOTEXIAEurope Transactions Processing & Services NEDAP FRANCEMURATA ELECTRONIQUE FRANCEATHESISTIDFacom ERIC LEWDEN CONSULTANTHARTING FRANCEATEISATHELIA Solutions IBERICA SLSYSTERELInfos franceSATO FranceNanoP2EPHYGIE-HANDGSTagEDITAGPRIMO1D SASQuuppa OyMAXIM - INNOVA CARDTWIISTER SYSTEMSMOTOROLACIPAMZEBRA TECHNOLOGIES EUROPE LIMITEDEff'Innov TechnologiesKATHREIN FRANCETageosNET 7RHONATECBG IngénieriePsion TeklogixST MICROELECTRONICSSenseYouRF ConceptionEMBISPHEREKAWANTECHJIDELEC SARLVaultIC / Inside SecureGENES'INKTXCOMBACTECHFFLY4UUBI Solutions SAS

Academics

CNRS DELEGATION PROVENCE ET CORSEETSIGROUPE ESEOINRIAINSTITUT POLYTECHNIQUE DE GRENOBLEISENLNEUNIVERSITE AIX MARSEILLE

Other partners

EESTELFILRFIDGS1 FranceJSRT SarlMines ParistechPOLE DES INDUSTRIES DU COMMERCEPôle Solutions Communicantes SécuriséesRAINREED EXPOSITIONS FRANCERFID BRETAGNERFIDnet Bern GmbH

Created by the French Government, the French National RFID Center encourages the deployment of RFID - Radio Frequency IDentification. RFID is an automatic identification technology offering potential applications in all sectors (retail, health, aeronautic industry, leisure, transportation ...). Active RFID tags and passive RFID tags appears in different form factors: RFID tags, RFID badges, RFID cards ... These RFID tags are generally associated with RFID readers connected to the information system. Commonly used RFID frequencies are: RFID LF (125 and 134.2 kHz), RFID HF (13.56 MHz) and RFID UHF (860-960 MHz). For HF RFID, the physical principles and applications are identical to those used for NFC (Near Field Communication) or contactless smart cards. Associated with sensors network, these RFID technologies are the basis for future applications of the Internet of Things (IoT). The CNRFID supports the RFID suppliers, RFID users, institutions and research organizations according to their needs by promoting the use of ISO or EPC standards. It brings together over 120 national and international stakeholders involved in the development of RFID projects.