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Application Videos of Hussar™ Tags

May 2013

Hussar™ Tags are best used for people related applications. In order to facilitate your understanding of the application of Hussar™ Tags, we have prepared two video clips.

The first video is about access control. In an office, as staff carrying a Hussar™ tag approaches the entrance, the tag ID is sent to the reader and then to the controller for verification. Once the information is confirmed, the controller would unlock the door automatically. The staff could enter the office without any passwords or keys. The whole process is smooth and fast.

Watch video: Access Control

The second video is about attendance taking. When staff enters the office using the Hussar™ Tags, the system takes the record of the tag ID and time of entrance for attendance taking purposes. Human resources staff only need to retrieve such data from the system to obtain each staff’s attendance records. Complicated and manual procedures in counting time and double-checking records are eliminated to save time and effort.

Watch video: Attendance Taking

More application videos are on our YouTube channel demonstrating how Hussar™ Tags can be applied for people. Please visit the channel:

http://www.youtube.com/hkrfid

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All new Hussar™ Evaluation Kit

May 2013

Hussar™ tag series is designed for various “people” applications – tracking, access control, attendance. Used with a badge or key chain, Slim Tag is the smallest and slimmest active tag which is convenient to be carried around. The Card Plus Tag is in standard smart card size which can accommodate printed labels with more information of the user. It also incorporates both active RFID in 2.4 GHz and passive RFID in 13.56 MHz (NFC) in the same tag, enabling a wider range of applications.

Hussar kit photo

The all new Hussar™ Evaluation Kit includes small quantities of Slim and Card Plus Tags along with a Empress™ Active RFID Reader for simple testing and demonstration. Apart from the hardware components, a SDK (Software Development Kit) is also included for development of customized software. With the demo program in the SDK that lists the tag ID sent from the tags to the reader, a simple real time tracking demonstration can be set up.

More details of the new kit are included in the leaflet here:

We are having a special promotion for the Hussar™ Evaluation Kit. For inquiries on the new Hussar™ Evaluation Kit, please contact us at sales@hk-rfid.com.

[Case Study & Video] Environment Control System for Museum

March 14 , 2013

Hong Kong RFID’s Environment Control System for museums facilitates automation in measuring environment parameters including temperature and relative humidity. The automated system increases operation efficiency but saves costs in manpower and time. Download the case and watch the full video to learn more.

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Environment Control System for Museum (Tempcorder Moist Tag)

To download the Case Study, click here.

To read the entire press release, click here.

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