Rene Varro

NFC & RFID Tags for Access Control Management

In the fields of physical security and information security, access control (AC) is the selective restriction of access to a place or other resource. The act of accessing may mean consuming, entering, or using. Radio frequency identification (RFID), especially those with near field communication (NFC) technology, are often used in access control management. They provide

Designing RFID Tags for Extreme Conditions

RFID tags can help you identify and locate thousands of assets—even across a large area—so you can more effectively manage your operations for compliance, forecasting, and inventory tracking. However, to keep track of that many RFID tags, or to even locate one, you’ll need to ensure your tags can handle specific physical conditions, such as

Benefits of India’s Phased Manufacturing Program

India implemented its Phased Manufacturing Program (PMP) in 2015. The program aims to increase the domestic production of mobile phone handsets. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology hopes that PMP will start a new sector of phone production. In time, the goal is to launch the country to the forefront of the international industry.

Demand for Manufacturing Smartphones in India Rises

India’s smartphone market has drastically changed over the past few years. While most phones are currently only assembled in India and not manufactured, government initiatives, such as the National Policy of Electronics, Make in India Program, and Phased Manufacturing Program, have encouraged global manufacturers to produce phones in India. These incentives include new delicensing and

Clear Advantages of Using RFID Tags Instead of Barcodes

Printed barcodes and radio frequency-identification (RFID) technology are two different forms of technology that are used for reading and collecting data. Although they’re both commonly used for asset tracking and inventory tracking in business, their capabilities and how they work differ significantly in some ways. Each has advantages depending on how you plan to use

India’s Smart Cities Mission Spurs Domestic Manufacturing

In 2015, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi created the Smart Cities Mission Program, which is an urban improvement initiative. 100 Indian cities were selected to participate in the project after a competitive process that compared funding with each city’s individual ability to comply with the program and reach its goals. The mission aims not only

Syrma Wins 43rd ELCINA-EFY Exports/Medium Scale Award

San Jose, California, USA – September 20, 2018: Syrma Technology, a leader in electronic design and manufacturing services serving global OEMs, recently received the top Industry award under the Exports/Medium Scale for the year 2017-18. It comes as an added validation that Tandon Group, of which Syrma Technology is a part of, has won 50+ awards

RFID Tracks Elderly Dementia Patients in Residential Care

At nursing homes or assisted living communities, which specialize in serving elderly dementia patients, the single most troubling day-to-day problem revolves around disoriented patients deciding they want to go home and quietly leaving the facility on their own, what care professionals term elopement. Without any clear memory of their actual former home—not to mention no

India’s Booming Auto-Parts Manufacturing Market

Over the last few years, India’s auto-parts industry has experienced significant growth. This industry accounts for 2.3% of India’s GDP and employs as many as 1.5 million people. In 2017, the total value of India’s auto-part exports stood at $10.9 billion as compared to $10.8 billion the previous year. Since 2016, India’s total automotive industry