Data Capture, AIDC & RFID

IT Reseller news on Automatic Identification (AIDC), Data Capture and data capture devices. These include barcodes, biometrics, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), id card printers, chipped passports, magnetic stripes, smart cards, OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and voice recognition. 

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HID Global predicts top trends for 2017 in the identity technology industry

HID Global predicts top trends for 2017 in the identity technology industry

HID Global, provider of identity solutions, forecasts a shift in the use of identity technology that will lead to increased adoption of mobile devices and the latest smart card technology, a greater emphasis and reliance on the cloud, and a radical new way of thinking of trust in smart environments and Internet of Things (IoT).

Optimising goods-in efficiencies

Optimising goods-in efficiencies

By David Stain, senior vertical marketing manager EMEA manufacturing, field mobility & healthcare, Zebra Technologies.

DSales introduces new mobile ID and print authentication

DSales introduces new mobile ID and print authentication

The latest version of ineoPRINT v3.4.0 now supports ID and print authentication via a mobile device (Android / iOS).

KPMG and Ivalua align to improve end-to-end source-to-pay capabilities

KPMG and Ivalua align to improve end-to-end source-to-pay capabilities

KPMG LLP and Ivalua, the spend management solutions provider, have announced an alliance to combine Ivalua's source-to-pay (S2P) cloud platform with KPMG's proven procurement process, implementation and change management capabilities.

Choosing the best mobile scanning accessory for the enterprise: case, sled or peripheral

Choosing the best mobile scanning accessory for the enterprise: case, sled or peripheral

By Samuel Mueller, CEO, Scandit.

Barcode scanning is one of the easiest ways to collect product data. But choosing a scanning device is not always so simple.

Datalogic’s Joya Touch – enhancing the customer’s shopping experience

Datalogic’s Joya Touch – enhancing the customer’s shopping experience

At Datalogic's Retail Festival held in Venice, Italy last month, Ed Holden, editor of Retail Technology Review, spoke with Francesco Montanari, the company's vice president and general manager mobile computing, about the recently launched Joya Touch multi-purpose device and Datalogic's close relationship with retail customers and channel partners.

Trellisworks launches Quickstart managed service to control data costs for temporary high-speed wireless connectivity sites

Trellisworks launches Quickstart managed service to control data costs for temporary high-speed wireless connectivity sites

Specialist wireless technology and network design provider, Trellisworks, has launched Quickstart, a fully managed service for businesses requiring reliable high-speed wireless connectivity on temporary sites that monitors data usage across all connected devices and avoids unexpected data overage costs by alerting the customer as soon as a data limit is close to being reached.

Yorkshire security sets sights on awards quintet

Yorkshire security sets sights on awards quintet

A Yorkshire tech company which is helping to lead the fight against fraudsters is setting its sights on a quintet of national accolades after developing a software solution aimed at helping businesses to combat telephone payment fraud.

SML RFID Group charts significant RFID expansion; opens three new Technology Centres

SML RFID Group charts significant RFID expansion; opens three new Technology Centres

As the global retail market continues its march to adopt RFID, SML RFID is opening three new RFID Solution Innovation Centres, and has launched two RFID Retail pop up stores demonstrations over the past few weeks to satisfy the industry's growing appetite for information, guidance and production.

RFID system simplifies access control for operating personnel at machines and plants

RFID system simplifies access control for operating personnel at machines and plants

With its new Simatic RF1000 RFID system, Siemens is offering a flexible, simple solution to monitor access to machines and plants using the new Simatic RF1060R reader.