Lower Hutt firm Times-7 has clocked up a swag of overseas wins and is on the hunt for cash to help it score a few more. The firm makes radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips and antennas, used to track luggage in airports and time cyclists in races. - Dominion Post
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
Lisbon airport relies on interrogator antennas provided by Times-7. Antony Dixon, Times-7's CEO, says the challenge for RFID technology in a baggage-handling environment is to optimize the field size, or read zone, without using expensive RF shielding and large enclosures. Dixon says Times-7 patented antenna technology provides high performance in a very low profile design and brings important innovations to the challenges of baggage handling. Read more at RFID Journal.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009