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RF IDeas expose des solutions d'authentification de fabrication à la Foire d’Hanovre

RF IDeas Inc., principal innovateur et fabricant de lecteurs d'identification pour applications sur site de type accès informatique, identification, temps et présence au travail, va présenter ses modèles de bureau et de fixation en surface pcProx®, ainsi que le nouveau modèle ultra-compact pcProx 13.56 MHz Nano et le modèle pcProx® plus BLE doté de Bluetooth®, entre autres solutions d'authentification de fabrication à la Foire d’Hanovre.

Afin d’aider les organisations de fabrication à optimiser leur processus de fabrication grâce à des solutions d'authentification ciblées, RF IDeas va en outre renforcer sa présence sur le marché européen en tant que nouveau membre du programme partenaire Rockwell Encompass en Europe. Le programme Encompass, qui fait partie du réseau partenaire Rockwell Automation, vise à améliorer des solutions sur le marché en associant les ressources techniques et commerciales de Rockwell Automation et du partenaire Encompass. IDeas RF va présenter ses modèles pcProx Plus pour Rockwell Automation à la Foire d’Hanovre, en plus d'autres solutions qui visent à soutenir les opérations dans l’atelier de fabrication.

« RF IDeas propose depuis longtemps des solutions d'authentification aux marchés de fabrication en Amérique du Nord, et nous sommes ravis de présenter l’excellent travail qu’effectuent nos équipes dans la région Europe, Moyen-Orient et Afrique (EMOA) », a déclaré Ian Bayly, directeur des ventes pour la région EMEA. « Pour notre première participation en tant qu’exposant à la Foire d’Hanovre, nous sommes impatients de nouer des contacts et de partager notre expertise en matière d’authentification de fabrication avec la clientèle de la région. »

La Foire d’Hanovre se tiendra du 24 au 28 avril dans le parc des expositions d’Hanovre, en Allemagne. RF IDeas sera installé dans le pavillon d'automatisation de production des États-Unis, Hall 17, stand n° D64-5. Pour plus d'informations sur RF IDeas, accédez à la page du Centre de connaissances https://www.rfideas.com/knowledge-center.

À propos de RF IDeas

RF IDeas, Inc. figure parmi les leaders dans l'espace des lecteurs de carte et de badge des employés pour les soins de santé, la production, le gouvernement et l'entreprise. Partenaires d'importantes sociétés technologiques, les lecteurs RF IDeas ouvrent la voie à des solutions innovantes pour l'authentification unique, l'impression sécurisée, le suivi de la présence et d'autres applications nécessitant l'authentification. RF IDeas est une filiale de Roper Technologies. Pour plus d'informations sur les solutions RF IDeas, accédez à la page du Centre de connaissances https://www.rfideas.com/knowledge-center.

RF IDeas® et pcProx® sont des marques déposées de RF IDeas, Inc. Toutes les autres marques de commerce, marques de service ou appellations de produits ou de services appartiennent à leurs détenteurs respectifs.

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