Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Advanced ID Corp. and SkyeTek, Inc. have jointly developed an asset tracking and authentication solution that claims to protect tyre manufacturers and fleet management companies against theft and counterfeiting of tyres.
"Low cost solution devices and systems are expected to lead the way for migration to the era of tyre RFID," said Dr. Patrick King, Global Electronics Strategist for Michelin. "This is particularly true for commercial tyres and applications, and the publishing of global tyre standards recently (AIAG B11, Tire and Wheel Data Standard and ISO 17367 Embedded RFID Standard) have helped to set the stage for adoption."
Advanced ID solves this problem with the help of SkyeTek by embedding RFID tags into tyres, allowing manufacturers and fleet operators to keep better track of inventory and authenticate tyres to prevent counterfeiting. Advanced ID makes UHF tyre tags, tyre patches and a full line of readers based on SkyeTek's M9 UHF SkyeModule.
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