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Every Drop Counts: IoT-Enabled Smart Water Meters

80% of all diseases in the developing world are water related. Clean drinking water will soon become the most valuable resource in the world. Over one billion people in developing countries already don’t have access to safe drinking water. Not only are we using up our available water supply, which is finite, our population continues

Using Cleanrooms for Electronics Manufacturing

A tiny particle of dust on certain products can be very damaging, which is why OEMs cannot risk particulate contamination when it comes to manufacturing certain electronics like camera modules, night vision devices, and precision audio products. In fact, contaminated products cost electronics manufacturers millions of dollars each year, as well as leads to the

How Radio-Frequency Identification Systems Work

A radio-frequency identification (RFID) system uses tags, or labels attached to the objects to be identified. Data stored within an RFID tag microchip waits to be read. The tag’s antenna receives energy from an RFID reader antenna. Using power from its internal battery or the reader, the tag sends radio waves back to the reader. The reader picks

Electronics Manufacturing in Tamil Nadu, India

Tamil Nadu is one of the 29 states of India. Chennai is its capital and largest city. This state lies in the southernmost part of the Indian subcontinent and is bordered by the union territory of Puducherry and the South Indian states of Kerala, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh. Tamil Nadu is the 11th largest Indian state

RFID Prevents International Product Counterfeiting

Our economy has been impacted to the tune of $1.3 billion in 2015 alone by a steady flood of imported counterfeit goods, about 90% produced in China, where international trademark protections simply don’t exist. Common knock-off products seized by U.S. Customs range from apparel with fake name-brand labels, at quality far below their authentic counterparts,

Special Tax Incentives for Manufacturing in India

In recent years, the Indian government has implemented a number of tax incentives for manufacturers. These incentives were created by the Make in India program and the Goods and Services Tax (GST), which are expected to increase the nation’s share of the global electronics manufacturing market. The Make in India Program, established in 2014, provides new incentives aimed at

NFC & RFID Technology for Smart Payment Rings

Smart payment rings offer an efficient, secure way to make transactions. Users simply hold their hand over a tag reader, which is programmed with their bank information. The withdrawals occur automatically, because smart payment rings literally cannot work without a security chip, they’re a fantastic way to keep your information safe from thieves and hackers.

Electronics Manufacturing: Startups Welcome Here

Our CEO, Sreeram Srinivasan, shares his thoughts on product development partnerships with an underserved market segment: India’s electronics startups. We’ve observed how most hardware startups never seem to have an easy time taking their initial product concepts from the prototype stage to full-scale production. This is especially true in India, where top-quality contract manufacturing partners, receptive

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

Origins of Syrma Technology’s Female Workforce

Before fledging Tandon Magnetics, the predecessor of our company, could gain prominence as an exporter of key components IBM would incorporate into their pioneering floppy disk drives, founder M.L. (Manny) Tandon was faced with two significant challenges: The first early problem was sustaining stable, dedicated labor. During the mid-1970s, entry-level assembly workers, males in particular,