Payment ring powered by contactless security chip
Whether at the beach, on the daily jog, or at the gym: from now on, everyone can carry money discreetly on the body.
Fitness wearable with built-in Amex payments technology
American Express and Jawbone have announced a new partnership giving eligible U.S. American Express Card Members the ability to tap to pay with the new Jawbone UP4™ fitness tracker anywhere American Express contactless payments are accepted in the U.S.
New top speed record set for electric motorcycle
The SWIGZ.COM Pro Racing team has set a top speed record for an electric motorcycle of 190.6 mph in the Mojave Mile Shootout.
Contactless Cards and Payments - The Impact of Regulation and Risk
Join industry experts at SMi's leading conference Contactless Cards and Payments - The Impact of Regulation and Risk
US Printed Electronics conference will have many amazing demos
The IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA event in San Francisco, 11-15 November, is being deluged with breakthrough products that will be on show.
Contactless Smart Card Orders Flood In
In the last few weeks alone, orders for well over US$100 million of contactless (ie RFID) smart cards and associated systems have been placed. The business is surging forward with the percentage of smart cards that are contactless rising to 16% of deliveries in 2007 after having been stuck at around 5% for the preceding twenty years. Learn more.
RFID in 2006: A story of extremes
As we enter 2007, many RFID suppliers are licking their wounds, while for others, RFID business is booming. As IDTechEx interview solution providers and users across the RFID industry for the new report RFID Forecasts, Players & Opportunities 2007-2017 to be released in January, Raghu Das, CEO, summarizes some of the findings.
RFID - Big Orders Imminent
Despite some areas under performing, most of the RFID business is booming. Here IDTechEx has interviewed key companies in different vertical sectors. We present their comments on the opportunity for RFID in those sectors.
RFID in the Air Industry and Land Transport
With IATA's decision to settle on one standard for RFID tags in airline baggage that sector of the market is due to rise from $20 million in 2006 to $100 million in 2016. RFID will also be used by airlines to tag crucial aeroplane parts and by airports to improve security...