Finally, the display & crypto card will find its value as Crypto currencies community start to re...
Finally, the display & crypto card will find its value as Crypto currencies community start to realise the need for a physical storage of their digital assets and inching towards the adoption of the card technologies (moving from USB sticks currently)
<h4><b>Ingenico Group announces the acquisition of Airlink</b></h4> Based in Taipei and employ...
Ingenico Group announces the acquisition of Airlink
Based in Taipei and employing more than 100 people, Airlink provides customized payment solutions to acquirers and retailers, including POS terminals, field services and software development.
After having made Airlink a leading payment solutions provider in Taiwan, we are confident that Ingenico’s expertise in integrated payment services will guarantee the evolution and the development of the business, bringing innovative solutions to our customers.” - Peter Chia, Chief Executive Officer of Airlink|
Full Press Release: https://goo.gl/xNGSXk
See how RFID Improves Livestock Tracking System According to the new report by the European Foo...
See how RFID Improves Livestock Tracking System
According to the new report by the European Food Safety Authority, the anti microbial live stock resistance in the European Union remains high. Infections caused by bacteria that are resistant to antimicrobials lead to about 25,000 deaths in the EU every year. One European country, also a major livestock producing nation, deployed Chainway C3000 handheld RFID reader in its RFID-based e-ID livestock tracking system to enhance food safety and quality. It waved a farewell to an old manual data input and welcomed automatic real-time data transfer.
RFID ear tags are being applied to the ears of cattle. The national cattle herd is calculated at 14.1 million head in 2015. Well, not all of them are wearing RFID ear tags, but the government is spreading this e-ID system across the nation.
To the cattle with normal ear tags, the veterinary officer has to record the visual ear tag number at each farm manually and then transfer the information to the electronic database. Human errors can happen during this information transfer process. The use of an RFID ear tag and Chainway C3000 handheld RFID readers allows the automatic reading of individual animal identification number, to which one can assign numerous traits or information about the animal whilst transferring it into a database. It is fast, accurate and reliable.
From farmers, producers and slaughterhouses, all the way to consumer’s table, digital data of when, where and how livestock is fed, produced, and shipped provide complete food supply chain visibility. An extra layer of protection is delivered to consumers. From a supplier/producer perspective, source data simplifies livestock tracking process and accurately identify any questionable product without a disruption in the entire supply chain, which saves time and money. As to those companies producing safe food, they can remove their goods from the suspicion of tainting.
RFID technology delivers effective disease control and fast access to accurate information. The entire food industry can expect to see significant benefits rather quickly. For example, if a certain beef brand was E. coli-tainted, the produce could be traced to an exact farm. Instead of recalling all the 1.2 million pounds of beef, retailers now only have to recall 12,000 pounds. Pinpointing recalls to a specific batch number reduces the severity of this outbreak and minimizes the impact.
RFID-based livestock tracking enables our client to provide a detailed record of farm to fork and enhance their competitive edges in the international livestock meat production market.
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