Alien Technology

Alien Technology

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Founded in 1994, Alien Technology is a passive RFID industry pioneer and leading provider of high-quality RFID innovations, technologies and products. Alien solves the Identification of Things™ (IoT) through the provision of UHF passive RFID transceiver chips, tags, inlays & labels, fixed & mobile readers and a full range of related professional services. These solutions are implemented in industries such as consumer packaged goods, retail apparel, manufacturing, transportation, airports and cargo logistics, government and defense and more. Alien's facilities include corporate headquarters in San Jose, CA; the Alien RFID Solutions Center in the Dayton, OH region; and sales offices in Brazil, China, Italy and Singapore.
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1 Nov 2023

Micro-LED Displays 2024-2034: Technology, Commercialization, Opportunity, Market and Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Xiaoxi He
4 Apr 2023

Smart Packaging 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das
16 Mar 2023

RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report: Dr Yu-Han Chang and Raghu Das
5 Apr 2019

New Robotics: Shifting Business Models

IDTechEx Research analyse the changing trends in the robotics industry in their report New Robotics and Drones 2018-2038: Technologies, Forecasts, Players, as new and emerging firms challenge the norm.
16 Nov 2017

Alien and SensThys launch highly networked IoT solution

RFID reader and antenna device simplifies installation, resulting in reduced costs while enabling extensibility in Retail, Manufacturing and Transportation applications.
15 Nov 2017

The Role Of RFID In The IDENTIFICATION Of Things (IoT)

Alien Technology Corporation, United States
17 Nov 2014

Winson RFID Technology

8 Sep 2014

Toppan Forms

29 Jan 2013

A step closer to the world's first zero-emissions ship

Scandlines, the Danish-German ferry company, plan to develop a ferry servicing a short, 100km route between the two countries, which would be powered by wind.
10 Mar 2008

Hot RFID topics revealed at RFID Smart Labels USA

What a difference a year makes. RFID progress from highlights at the IDTechEx RFID Smart Labels USA event.
20 Feb 2008

Momentum Building Year for RFID

Alien Technology, United States
14 Feb 2007

RFID Forecasts, Players & Opportunities 2007-2017

IDTechEx has interviewed key RFID adopters and solution providers in the various applicational RFID markets. This research has been analysed in a brand new report giving an unprecedented level of insight into the total RFID industry and what is really happening. Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx, summarizes some of the findings.
15 Nov 2006

Progress with Next Generation RFID Technology

RFID technology is moving on apace in some areas. Certainly EPC Gen2 tags have demonstrated spectacular performance improvements when tagging cases and pallets. However work is still needed.
12 Jun 2006

A view from Venture Capitalists investing in RFID

Investors seek unique technologies, then some major customers. Passive RFID oversupplied; but opportunities for active RFID and software.
12 Apr 2006

Extreme fragmentation of RFID supply

Extreme fragmentation of RFID supply is not what the users want, and IDTechEx believe that appropriate international acquisitions could gain massive competitive advantage.
10 Apr 2006

Highlights from RFID Smart Labels USA 2006

The fifth - and largest - IDTechEx event RFID Smart Labels USA event
15 Mar 2006

RFID Profit - the Taboo Subject

In any rapidly emerging market sector, there are those that make bold initiatives but miss their targets and there are those that quietly create profitable businesses. So it is with RFID, where many companies are reviewing their strategies after disappointment while others are succeeding. However, as far as the press and the analysts are concerned, profit is a taboo subject. Until now.
12 Dec 2005

Active RFID - A profitable business

Read the highlights from the IDTechEx Active RFID Summit which looked at the technologies and application of active RFID (tags with a battery) and how it is embracing other wireless technologies such as Wifi, Zigbee, Bluetooth, sensors and DSRC.
16 Nov 2005

Advanced RFID Systems for sensing and security

Alien Technology, United States
7 Nov 2005

RFID in the Postal and Courier service

The second biggest application of item level RFID after retail. 10 year forecasts.