Save the Date: October 19th & 20th 2022

#wiottomorrow21 Webinar: “UCODE for the Connected Supply Chain”

NXP Showcases UCODE® Product Family for Supply Chain Optimization at the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow VIRTUAL!

NXP Semiconductors® will be present at the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow VIRTUAL, the virtual event running parallel to the live event in Wiesbaden, Germany, on the 20th and 21st of October.

NXP will hold two webinars over the course of the virtual event, focusing on the benefits that the UCODE product family can bring for different applications. Highlight of the webinar on October 20th will be the use of UCODE ICs in supply chain and logistics.

Event Info
October 20th & 21st 2021
LIVE from the RMCC in Wiesbaden, Germany &
VIRTUAL right on your devices

Optimizing Supply Chains to Tackle Larger Transport Volumes

During the Covid-19 pandemic, the volume of shipped items has increased significantly and is expected to reach between 200 and 300 billion parcels by 2026. The UCODE product family can be used for logistics or inventory control and enable accurate tracking of assets, to provide greater visibility, and to enable greater control of the overall supply chain process.

Items that are equipped with tags that contain UCODE ICs can be identified, located and authenticated. Long read ranges of up to 15 meters and the ability of reading multiple tags at once without line of sight enables efficient inventory management and visibility throughout the supply chain.

High Sensitivity and Security

Key features of UCODE include high sensitivity and low power consumption, which facilitate new types of antennas. In addition, UCODE features cryptographic authentication as well as unique and dynamic data transaction.

The webinar “UCODE for the Connected Supply Chain” with NXP Semiconductors starts at 10:00 CEST on October 20th at the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow VIRTUAL. Join the webinar to find out more about the benefits and security features of the UCODE product family in logistics and supply chain.

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