The following Panorama contains a detailed overview of the Global Scientific Expertise on RFID.

May 25, 2015, 13:09 ET from Reportlinker

NEW YORK, May 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The methods of transmitting information have continued to evolve and adapt based on human and industrial needs. The use of communication technologies has revolutionized the way we communicate, share, store and trace information. In the industrial sector the intensification of productivity, the need for geo-localization and for product control, has lead to the development of new wireless communication systems. RFID, considered as an application with atmosphere intelligence, is one of these new technologies.
RFID "Radio Frequency Identification" is an automatic identification technology, used to store and retrieve data remotely and allow the identification of an object to know its characteristics and to track its delivery using RFID tags. This "RFID Tag" or "RFID Carrier", generally provided with a chip and an antenna (inlay) is encapsulated or glued to the product to be identified. Thanks to radio frequency radiation, the reader will activate the tag, to structure the sequence of the signal, and transfer the data.
The tags are already in financial transactions, food traceability, access control, identification and memory systems, fight against counterfeiting, and other applications are now envisaged in the medical field (RFID bracelet) or with the chip implant on people.

Featuring 30 companies' profiles such as Avery Dennison and Fujitsu, and 30 R&D Laboratories such as the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute of Daejeon, or the Ipack Vinn Excellence Center of the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, this report is ideal for anyone wanting:

- Identify R&D Partners,

- Obtain IP & Technologic Intelligence,

- Develop your R&D Partnerships,

- And also benchmark competitors.

…all on a global scale.

You will also find 50 expert's profiles, containing their scientific works and details of their field of expertise.

These Key Innovation Leaders are based across the 3 main geographical areas around the globe for scientific expertise: North America (USA, Canada…), Europe (France, Germany…) and Eastern Asia (Japan, Korea, Taiwan…).

For each of them, you will receive a scientific profile updated at time of order, a selection of focused works and a presentation of their collaborative partners, as well as an in-depth explanation of why companies such as Avery Dennison are leaders on RFID.

A Panorama is composed of:

- A global overview of the subject (issues, distribution of sources of expertise, international networks, European projects, main standards...)

- A selection of scientific profiles of actors (research centers , companies, experts)

- A selection of targeted works (from 50 different types of scientific and technical documents from more than 250 data sources).

Here are some examples of our data sources:

Research institutes databases (NASA, MIT, Fraunhofer, ...)

Patent Databases (European Patent Office, USPTO, ...)

Thematic Databases (MedLine/PubMed, INRA, ...)

Project Databases (Cordis FP-7, FP-6, ...)

Panorama are generated and updated with the unique mapping technology developed by Expernova, which covers 52 countries. Expernova data base is constantly growing, so each Panorama updated at any given time is potentially different from the others Panorama generated at other times on the same subject.


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