Kathrein RFID first present at the Expo Parking 2013 from December 3rd - 5rd 2013, at the Red Pavilion of Expo Center Norte in Saó Paulo, Brazil
With new products for automatic vehicle detection Kathrein RFID makes its first appearance at the fair Expo Parking 2013 Saó Paulo, Brazil.
Kathrein RFID will present new products. In order to satisfy the growing demands on modern RFID UHF systems, Kathrein RFID has launched a new © KRAI product series.
Due to the integration of the "Kathrein RFID Antenna Interface" for RFID readers and antennas, it is now possible to use a multitude of new functions in a complete RFID system and to control these automatically.
In addition Kathrein RFID are also presenting a new version of the Mid-Range Sensor for vehicle identification. The successful M-ARU series is now also available as an Ethernet version. An integrated Ethernet interface module with PoE functionality allows the unit to be integrated into existing IP networks with little effort. The newly developed Mid Range antenna is in sensitive to metallic environments and can be mounted on vehicles without difficulty. This new system allows massive improvement of the reading rate as well as a reduction of installation costs.
Visit us at the Expo Parking 2013 show, we look forward to see you. Find us Red Pavilion of Expo Center Norte in Saó Paulo, Brazil; Stand number 1752.
Further information can be found in the new 2013 RFID catalogue.
About Kathrein RFID
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About Expo Parking 2013
The 3rd edition of In cooperation with Abrapark and IPI (logos) and in Parallel to the 3rd Brazilian Parking Conference.
After two successful editions, Expo Parking 2013 is moving to a bigger pavilion to give space to the growing request for stand space. The event that provides the only platform 100% focused on on-street and off-street parking, will bring together suppliers of parking solutions and parking operators from both public and private organizations.
The tradeshow and conference for the parking industry will serve policy and decision-makers who are seeking solutions to overcome growing parking problems.