HARTING is a 100% family owned company, with an experience of more than 70 years in creating electrical and electronical devices for Transportation, Automation Machinery and the Energy Market. RAIN RFID systems from HARTING identify metal containers, machines, tools, trains, concrete parts, or other assets in most challenging and harsh industrial environments. Starting from extremely robust RAIN RFID transponders, over powerful stationary RAIN RFID readers and flexible antennas, complete systems are provided.
The HARTING Group currently employs around 4,200 people across its 43 sales companies and 13 production locations.
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11 Apr

The IoT Ready PCB - How RAIN RFID Is Improving Electronic Products

HARTING IT Software Development GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
10 Apr

Innovations In Automation, E-Mobility And Connectivity

HARTING AG, Switzerland
29 Mar

HARTING AG Biel offers tailor-made 3D-MID solutions

Integrate electronics with a small footprint into cars / Increased safety. Assistance systems, safety features or infotainment - more and more electronics are finding their way into cars. With HARTING 3D-MID technology, customers can integrate complex electronics with minimal space requirements into cars.
28 Apr

The Next Generation Of RAIN RFID - More Than Just An ID

Harting, Germany
2 Oct

PST Sensors

PST Sensors (pty) Ltd is a spin-out of the University of Cape Town, founded by Professor Margit Harting and Professor David Britton, to commercialise their printed silicon technology. PST Sensors is actively commercializing its first range of temperature sensors, and promoting the worldwide adoption of printed silicon electronics.
30 Nov

PST Sensors spin-out launched from Cape Town

PST Sensors (pty) Ltd is a spin-out of the University of Cape Town, initially headed up by Margit Harting and David Britton, to commercialise their printed silicon technology.
8 Nov

Paper Electronics

The largest event in the world on the subject Printed Electronics USA 2010 (www.IDTechEx.com/peUSA) will once again have a growing minority of presentations on paper electronics.
12 Oct

RFID Copying Nature

Biomimetics is the mimicking of nature to create manufactured products. In RFID it is not new but there is much more to come and nature has lessons for those going in the wrong direction.