Barcodes and RFID
1:20

Cradle Technology Services and Turnkey Solutions merge

The companies' combined experience in the auto-ID space will be mutually beneficial.

3:50

Union takes issue with SASSA biometrics

NEHAWU slams the social security agency's handling of the biometric enrolment of beneficiaries onto a new system.

3:20
8 Oct

Adding sensors to RFID tags enables IOT apps

Integrating a sensor into a passive RFID tag makes it possible to do away with batteries and wiring, says Osiris Technical Systems.

3:40

Net1, Zapper set sights on Africa

The companies have partnered to deploy QR payment technology, targeting key regions across West and East Africa.

4:00

Biometric access: convenience vs security

Biometric devices are increasingly being deployed to secure access to residential and business spaces, but it needs to be done in a manner that's both convenient and secure.

1:20

RFID solution enables continuous baggage tracking

IATA requires airlines to reduce mishandling of baggage by implementing cross-industry tracking, says SICK Automation.

2:20

ETC pays big to get motorists to settle e-toll debt

The Electronic Toll Collection company spends R4.6 million in legal fees trying to summons motorists to pay their e-toll debt.

3:40
Sep 12, 2018

SICK RFID tech used in automated tomato harvesting

With RFID tags, no visual contact of the tag is needed, so they provide far better functionality than bar code technology, says SICK.

2:30

IDEMIA introduces MorphoWave Compact

The latest contactless fingerprint capture device is now available to the South African market.

2:50

Technology's impact on labels

Thermal transfer technology entails a printer heating a ribbon to transfer a print onto a label substrate. Three simple components that need to be perfectly aligned.

3:00

OKI brings multiple printing solutions to FESPA

The company will place a key focus on the benefits of speciality colour printing at FESPA Africa 2018.