This year, Feig Electronic committed to being the primary sponsor at Omnicard. The industry conference about smart cards is from January 17th to 19th at the Grand Hotel Esplanade in Berlin.
As primary sponsor, the Weilburg RFID specialist is represented in the entrance hall of the convention hotel within the accompanying exhibition. At booth 24, Feig Electronic will show numerous solutions for electronic identification. As the new ID card (nPA) is one of the central themes of the congress, Feig Electronic will also demonstrate some of the innovations involving the new ID.
Feig Electronic Provides Readers and Antennas for Applications from Logistics to Medicine
The potential uses of RFID technology are limitless in their variety. In every area of daily life and work in which the automatic identification of people or objects is useful lies a potential application for RFID. Feig Electronic has developed and manufactured RFID systems since 1991. As an OEM supplier for system integrators and resellers, the company offers readers and antennas in the 125 kHz, 13.56 MHz und UHF (860 to 960 Mhz) frequency bands. The systems can be deployed, for example, in the medical, logistic, and automotive fields. Furthermore, the topic of “eMobility” offers interesting starting points for RFID. The company also developed readers for the new German ID cards in the field of “Secure Identity.”
RFID Readers for Ticketing, ePayment, eDocument and NFC
The German company FEIG ELECTRONIC GmbH was founded in 1970 and offers RFID hardware components (readers and antennas) for LF, HF and UHF. As an OEM supplier, the company only delivers to system integrators and resellers but not to end-users.
17th – 19th January, 2012 Berlin
The 19th OMNICARD, with its new slogan "The world of smart ID solutions" will be focusing on the topic of identification, both of persons and of things. In particular, the conference will be dealing with projects and sophisticated system solutions which have complex security requirements and need elaborate application architecture.
OMNICARD 2012 will provide a comprehensive overview of the worldwide activities of the smart card and smart object sector. This conference is the authoritative platform for the regular exchange of knowledge and experience. Specialists and management representing suppliers meet up with decision-makers from the fields of finance and politics, as well as from regulatory and standardisation authorities. And researchers, representatives of employers' federations and consultants are equally keen to take advantage of all that the conference has to offer. In addition to round-the-clock networking, the annual highlights include controversial panel discussions and prominent keynotespeakers.
The latest RFID Access Control Terminal from FEIG Electronics, which features the same attractive housing as the CPR50.10, winner of the 2008 Good Design Award, The ID MAX50.10-xE is an independently-working access control terminal for up to 9000 users.
This single, compact device combines the functions of an intelligent controller with an ethernet interface and an RFID smart card reader. This unit checks access permissions offline, without a live connection to a host system. The integrated real time clock allows the management of temporal restrictions. The ID MAX50.10-xE is a cost effective alternative to traditional access control solutions. The fast Ethernet interface (10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX) allows an easy integration into IP-based network infrastructures.
Feig Electronic Provides High-End Products "Made in Germany"
The company Feig Electronic, located in Weilburg, Germany, has been producing RFID readers in compliance with the standard ISO 14443 for fifteen years, contributing its RFID reader know-how to the development of readers for a wide range of smart card applications. Feig has introduced a high-quality HF reader for the new German ID card – "made in Germany“. "The new German ID cards represent a project with international significance, and it plays an essential role in confirming Germany as a leader in technology. Reliable technological and security standards are the foundation of success,“ explains Frithjof Walk, sales manager Obid, Feig Electronic.