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"AceProx Readers for all current NFC Transponders"

AceProx Readers for all current NFC Transponders


With the latest generation of smartphones the innovative Near Field Communication (NFC) has grown in popularity in more and more areas of daily life:

  • Ticketing for events or public transport
  • Guiding systems for exhibition visitors
  • Cashless parking
  • Access control or Time & Attendance
  • Charging points for electro mobility

Aceprox Read/Write Units support current NFC Transponders to NFC Forum Type 2, like e.g.. Ntag 203, 213, 216 or Mifare Ultralight. Depending on the application either only the ID code or the complete memory contents can be read out or be re-written.

AceProx Readers for all current NFC Transponders

Besides Read/Write Units the AceProx GmbH also offers NFC transponders in different shapes, e.g., as a self-destroying label for driver's licenses.



By eliminating mechanical keys and by providing instant access management on-the-go, Clay by SALTO makes access control secure, swift and simple for Mudanzas Oliva.


Mudanzas Oliva, based in Gipuzkoa (Spain), has been carrying out national and international removals for over 30 years. Now in line with ambitious expansion plans, the company has recently been incorporated into EMG (European Moving Group), a larger business group with a reputation for expertise in international removals and storage, in order to offer their customers an even more comprehensive and competitive service.

Due to this expansion, and as part of its commitment to provide a quality service, the company has decided to increase security protection of both its facilities and staff with the latest access control technology. The system chosen by Mudanzas Oliva to achieve this is Clay by SALTO.

The Clay system is a new cloud-based access control concept developed by SALTO that makes it fast, easy and simple to remotely manage and control building and staff access.

Miguel Oliva, CEO of Mudanzas Oliva, is the first executive in Spain to choose the Clay system to protect his company. Although a new technology, he knew that it was the solution he was looking for. He wanted a system that, apart from being effective, could also protect his business with state-of-the-art access control and Clay provides the highest security on the market with Desfire EV1 ClayTags, bank-level Clay Code security and SALTO quality assurance.

In the case of Mudanzas Oliva, operating abroad isn’t a problem either. With a smart phone, a tablet or a laptop the company can control the security of their facility and their staff from anywhere, in Europe or worldwide. Through the My-Clay App (available for Android, iOS and Windows) Miguel can add or delete users, open doors, or make a whole host of changes to the access system quickly and remotely.

And installation has been simple too. A central device, the IQ, is the heart of the Clay system. It just plugs in and it’s ready to go. If larger distances need to be covered, a Clay Repeater simply extends the wireless range between Clay door locks and/or Clay cylinders and the main Clay IQ. In Mudanzas Oliva’s case a single IQ was sufficient. The old mechanical system in three doors was changed out for Clay locks and their new access control system was done.

In a short timeframe Clay has quickly demonstrated that it’s the best solution to control and manage building and staff access for Mudanzas Oliva, delivering both security and efficiency.

“Clay has become our day to day security tool. Its many benefits and simple operation means we can offer our customers safe storage of their goods and possessions when needed, secure in the knowledge that the Clay locks and their audit trail management facility give them high security and peace of mind.”


"Clay is the easy wireless cloud-based locking solution"

Clay is the easy wireless cloud-based locking solution



CLAY by SALTO is the new access control platform from SALTO enabling users to control and manage a greater range of applications than ever before

Main Features and Benefits

  • Simple installation on any type of door, including those with narrow frames
  • Wireless real-time online capabilities through the Clay IQ wireless network
  • Door status detector
  • User on card audit capability via Clay-App

Clay IQ and Clay Repeater

The ClayIQ is the center of the Clay universe. It connects your wireless locks to the My-Clay cloud. Mount the ClayIQ with the included mount bracket, plug it into the power outlet and activate it in your My-Clay account.

Clay Repeater

The Clay Repeater allows you to extend the distance between the ClayIQ and your locks. ClayIQ and locks can be 1-15 meters apart but each time you add a Clay Repeater, you extend this by another 15 meters

Clay - Case Study

Read more: Clay is the easy wireless cloud-based locking solution

RFID leads to Greater Efficiency and Improved Safety in Mine Operations

RFID leads to Greater Efficiency and Improved Safety in Mine Operations



While in the eyes' of many the mining industry is "booming", with no end in sight to the rapid growth, there has never been a greater need for the intelligent management of assets and human resources within the sector. Worker safety, site security, vehicle and personnel access, and effective utilization of assets are high on the priority list of every mine operations manager.

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is at the core of many new systems that are driving efficiency within the industry. No longer "black box magic", RFID is a reliable, accessible and affordable enabling technology for a wide range of automation, tracking and safety systems.

Long range passive RFID tags are being used to identify and locate mine trucks and other vehicles while on the move. Reader systems are deployed at critical locations to interrogate the vehicle tags as they pass. Positive identification can be used to grant access to secure areas, improve utilization, verify correct loading of materials and to ensure that vehicle separation is maintained to avoid accidents.

Read more: RFID leads to Greater Efficiency and Improved Safety in Mine Operations

Near Field Communication Forum and IATA Publish NFC Reference Guide for Air Travel

Oct. 30, 2013 -- The NFC Forum, and the International Air Transport Association ( IATA), the trade association for the world's airlines, have  announced the joint publication of the "NFC Reference Guide for Air Travel” as a comprehensive free reference guide available to download from the NFC Forum's website.   
The document, seeks to help the global air travel industry better understand and evaluate the potential benefits and costs, use cases, and implementation options associated with adoption of NFC technology. IATA members contributed expertise about requirements for the technology's use in various aspects of air transport, and NFC Forum members provided details about implementation options and practical information about existing applications.
Potential uses of NFC technology for air travel that save time for passengers and streamline operations for airlines and other businesses include:
•    NFC use for secure provision, storage, and reading of boarding passes on mobile devices
•    NFC on a mobile device to enable "tap-and-go" access to elite lounges
•    Airlines and airports using NFC to provide (and cancel) access to secured areas to staff via their mobile devices
•    NFC tags coded and embedded in luggage tags to quickly access baggage information and better track bags' progress
•    Travellers tapping their NFC-enabled devices to enter a parking garage, pay at exit, or store parking details for later reference
•    NFC's well-established payment applications for purchases in airport shops, and even on board the aircraft

"It's a great example of how organizations working jointly can help guide an industry towards consensus on technology adoption. The ultimate beneficiaries will be air travellers, who will enjoy faster boarding, easier baggage management, and other benefits through the use of NFC” said Koichi Tagawa, Chairman of the NFC Forum.
"NFC holds substantial promise to provide a smoother and faster airport experience for travellers. The NFC Reference Guide for Air Travel will be a valuable guide to help stakeholders identify potential opportunities from adoption of NFC technology," said Stephan Copart, IATA Head, Strategy, Industry Services Transformation.

Click here to download the NFC Reference Guide for Air Travel (800KB)





Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology has revolutionized automated data capture and item and asset tagging applications by providing accurate, real-time information in a host of use cases and environments. There is proven value for using RFID to track, manage and protect assets, and adoption has been expanding significantly as a result, helped greatly by continued innovation that has enabled RFID to be used to identify more types of objects.

The value of RFID programs increases with the volume of items that can be tagged and tracked. Today the number of RFID-suitable items is set to expand exponentially because of continued innovation – specifically because of new read-on-metal smart labels that are flexible enough to be applied to almost any object and provide users the ability to produce RFID asset labels with variable information on demand.

To find out more about the benefits of read-on-metal RFID smart labels, and discover how Xerafy's smallest thinest read-on-metal RFID smart labels enable new categories of products and components to be RFID enabled download the white paper.

Security Expo 2013

Electronex - Melbourne 2013

We're excited to exhibit at  ElectroneX Electronics Design & Assembly Expo when it returns to Melbourne from 11 – 12 September 2013.

At Electronex designers, engineers, manufacturers and system integrators can see, test and compare the latest products and solutions to help them in their business.

For industry suppliers and manufacturers there is no better platform to showcase new technology and meet potential buyers and decision makers.

Electronex is Australia's only dedicated event for the electronics sector. Now in it's 4th year the expo brings together leading suppliers of products, equipment and services to meet with engineers, designers and system integrators that need to see, test and compare the latest technologies for their industries.

Electronex 2013 - Electronics Design and Assembly Expo
Melbourne Park Function Centre
Wednesday 11 & 12 September 2013

For free and quick entry, register online at

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