EasyLogic has a solution to prevent crowds in public places during corona
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EasyLogic’s daughter company programs, prints, personalises and handles fulfillment of plastic cards and RFID labels for schools, universities, sportsclubs, government and local municipalities.
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For the Ministry of Foreign Affairs we developed a secure system for the Nuclear Security Summit. The same system was subsequently expanded and used for the European Presidency of The Netherlands and Estonia.
We developed a handheld RFID reader, hardware and software to measure employee productivity.
The emergence of RFID tags that use the surrounding metal as antenna allows us to tag, track and follow dredge pipes. The RFID reader is linked via bluetooth to a thickness gauge. Information on the state of the pipe is transmitted and stored automatically.
Using RFID to track firefighters outfits and equipment for cleaning and readiness.
Rensa uses RFID to track deliveries of heating equipment in the vans of their installers. This allows them to create an inventory of contents of the truck of the installer, and simplifies replenishment.
Amsterdam required a robust bicycle identification system which would not interrupt the flow of bicycles during rush hour. We supplied an RFID based, automated system, allowing subscribers to park and retrieve their bike without needing to be stopped.
For their heat treatment plant ZF required a safety system to prevent moving heated metal gears when unauthorised personnel is present in the plant. EasyLogic used RFID combined with radar to implement these safeguards.
For Safety Region Limburg Noord we supplied a system to track firefighter’s protective suits from supply, through use, cleaning, and repair.
EasyLogic supplied the registration, accreditation and access control system for this international event, organised by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the US State Department.