Win one of three FiND-iT kits and experiment with EPC Gen 2 RFID label tags
July 01, 2013 // Julien Happich
Jointly released by the RFID Journal, Microelectronics Technology (MTI) and Enso Detego, the FiND-iT is a PC and Android smartphone or tablet solution that enables users to associate passive ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) radio frequency identification tags with items, as well as create inventory lists and find those objects using an Android smartphone or tablet.
This month, Enso Detego gives away three FiND-iT kits for EETimes Europe readers to win, including one MTI RFID ME USB dongle reader, one MTI MINI ME RFID reader for Android hosts, a USB 18-inch extension cable, a USB On-the-Go (OTG) adapter cable, and 50 pre-encoded and serialized EPC Gen 2 RFID label tags. When the UHF RFID tag is presented to the PC running the FiND-iT software and equipped with MTI's USB dongle reader, the user can enter information about that object, including its name and location, along with other attributes created by that individual. The Mini Me RFID reader can be attached to any device capable of supporting Android hosts.
Users can download the Android software for a tablet or smartphone via Google Play, and the PC application at http://findit.enso-detego.com
Visit Enso Detego at www.enso-detego.com
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