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Company Cards Ltd. - New security inks
Company Cards is a UK manufacturer of PVC and RFID cards which up until recently, specialized only in the digital printing method for pre-printed cards. After purchasing a print finishing business earlier in the year, called Finishing Touch Ltd, Company Cards can now print via a screen print method,...
Qibixx joins the LEGIC ID Network
Qibixx AG, with its headquarters in Buchs, St. Gallen, develops and produces products for data communication and payment. Among other things, Qibixx is the supplier of TWINT Bluetooth Beacons and an MDB solution for vending. The cooperation between the two companies will be strengthened in the...
Elatec GmbH - TWN4 MultiTech Nano
This reader satisfies all of the current RFID standards of the 125 / 134.2 kHz and 13.56 MHz technologies as well as NFC.
CEStronics GmbH - OMEGA FLEX locking system
Elegant design, robust finishing and high security standards – with its new electronic fittings, CES has extended its OMEGA FLEX locking system on the basis of the LEGIC SM-4200 reader chip.
Solution provider EPM joins the ID Network
EPM is the former supplier of materials of Kodak. Today, the company, which is located in the United Arab Emirates, is a major provider of security concepts for end users. LEGIC is proud to have such a renowned company among its partners.
Smallest reader IC in the world successfully launched at Security
LEGIC launched the first reader series combining RFID, BLE and a Secure Element into one chip last week at Security in Essen. Countless exhibition visitors, potential customers and journalists visited the LEGIC booth and showed great interest in LEGIC’s integrated technology platform.
First reader IC with RFID, BLE and Secure Element
At this year’s Security in Essen, LEGIC is launching the first reader series which combines RFID, BLE and a Secure Element into one chip. The new reader ICs of the 6000 series are perfect for smart and secure IoT solutions and can be integrated seamlessly into the LEGIC technology platform.
Independence thanks to standard segments
The company ZF Friedrichshafen AG has opted to use the advantages of LEGIC technology and standardized access and payment segments with its new group ID system.
Three hospital sites – one solution: efficient and costumized cloakroom management
For space and administrative reasons, the Cantonal Hospital St. Gallen was forced to completely reorganize its cloakroom management system. With a fully integrated, centrally managed and alarm-secured NET.Lock system, GANTNER was able to find an optimum solution to the hospital’s problems.
Simpler and safer at E.ON into the future with the CTC4096
Building security is an important topic in the E.ON group, with its many different companies. The company has a multi-level concept for its site and building security, part of which is its access control system with staff ID as the medium of identification. LEGIC RFID identification cards have been...