UHF RFID tags to monitor events
Bioaccez terminals presents its RFID UHF tags for events. The reader antennas are camouflaged inside methacrylate expositors with the capacity of read the UHF tags located on invitations in cardboard or plastic cards remote format sticker that the guests carry to the event. A computer manages the different antennas and simultaneously step corridors and optionally some flat screens inform the visitor and the organizer of the visitor's identity. The control software Bioaccez has routines to enlist invitations from an excel file or database access, check the assignment, and report by a LED green/red on the validity of accreditation for each corridor. The software also has an option to activate a antipassback to avoid that some attendees will yield the invitation to others.
As shown, an example of 3 corridors supplied to the company "Casa Tarradellas" to mark the celebration of its 35th anniversary dinner, attended by over 1,800 guests.
RFID bracelets for geriatric center in Perpignan
The residence "Les Lauriers Roses" located in Soler, a town in the district of Perpignan, has been equipped by the company Midi-Phone with wandering RFID system from Bioaccez Controls. In case of leakage, an alert is sent to the phone CAM of the nurses, and at the same time, reports on the flowchart access control management software, the TRANSEO-PLUS, a powerful economic management to wandering and access control, which is also able to manage IP video events. Security systems involve accessing equipment rooms, the main entrance gates and gardens, which are equipped with antennas and corresponding receptors, which are connected to a network that informs to staff care a possible leak patient.
Bioaccez RFID supplies for electric vehicle sector
The first units of charging posts for electric vehicles have been installed in the city of Murcia during the month of September. Plug & Drive bollards of the Catalan multinational Simon SA, incorporated RFID products from Bioaccez Controls, such as proximity card readers, portable charging units and the same type of credit card read / write which identify the user from electric car or motorcycle.
A health center in Hyères, on the French Riviera, equipped with Bioaccez RFID
The Priests and Rehabilitation Center Pierre Chevalier of the French city of Hyeres on the French Riviera, has chosen to equip its facilities with active RFID bracelets and Driver Z-GATE-CONTROLLER. Z-WRISTAND bracelets are valuable material for mental health institutions, such as nursing homes, hospital services, but also some specialized structures, and for people suffering from Alzheimer's disease. BIOACCEZ system receivers, antennas and software are used to locate the person who is disoriented and alert as soon as possible the health team, if the person tries to leave a secure area. The wandering and access control Bioaccez was designed to meet the needs of residents with mental health problems, Alzheimer or dementia.
Bioaccez has exhibit the kyrotag RFID at ConhIT 2012 in Berlin
Bioaccez has successfully participated at the European exhibition “Connecting Healthcare IT 2012” in Berlin, Germany. ConhIT is the most important exhibition in ICT Health at European level. Bioaccez has presented the results of their R&D&i activities, a series of passive RFID tags working in the UHF frequencies, used in people's identification. Bioaccez Controls has developed a new passive RFID tag for long range use, allowing identification of people in a reliable way. It excels all the existing UHF tags and inlays when the application requires very close use to the human body.
One of the main advantages is that our tag allows the use of automatic recognition systems in the identification of people due to the long range and the reliability of the reading. In the case of recognition systems in the health sector for instance, possible inaccurate human reading of a tag from a handheld reader or PDA etc is avoided. This thereby makes the recognition process automatic and without human influence. This means that it offers the benefits of using active tags, but uses passive tags and dramatically decreases the cost per unit.
The tag is made using EPC Class 1 Gen2 compatible chips. It is thereby also compatible with the standard readers on the market and can be used in conjunction with other UHF tags for identifying medication, blood or other healthcare material.