Proudly celebrating 50 years of "innovating at the edge", two top Zebra executives talk to iTWire about the last five decades of success, the company's new hardware, how it all fits into Industry 4.0, customer success stories in Australia and plenty more.
The RFID market has plenty of room to grow over the next decade, with less than 20% penetration of the total addressable market for apparel alone in 2017, let alone everything else RFID is being used for.
Armourcell uses NFC energy to deliver NFC jamming technology to protect data, complementing Armourcard, the first and only battery-powered RFID jamming card that creates a force field of protection for credit card, debit cards and passports.
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