The 6th China International Internet of Things Technologies and Applications Exhibition (IOTE 2014) will kick off next week, August 14 – 16, at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center.
As the largest and one of the more important RFID trade shows in China, almost all the familiar foreign and domestic players in the Chinese market will be there showing off their latest products and technology. And this year Xerafy will present our products through our partners like CEC Huada and SATO at the show. After all, people relate better to application than products.
Xerafy’s Metal Skin series will be on display in SATO’s booth, where the RFID metal smart label will be printed and encoded with the latest SATO printer. We will also feature different applications using Mercury and Titanium smart labels. You can check us out at booth A#24.
One of the key highlights of this show will certainly be the successful RFID asset management solution for China Railways completed by CEC Huada. CEC Huada is a leading Chinese company focused on specialized RFID solution development for important government projects such as this one. For the first time, the demo will highlight how CEC Huada’s solution using its microchip with Xerafy rugged tags is tracking critical assets for the state railways, improving rail safety and keeping trains on track. To find out more about this interesting application, Please visit us at booth A#43-2.
The China RFID Industry Annual Awards will take place during the show, and for the third year running, Xerafy has one of the most innovative RFID products in the industry. Introduced earlier this year, the Roswell is one of the most rugged UHF tags in the market today that can withstand extreme temperatures, vibration and pressure. From its antenna-less RF design to the metallic enclosure, Roswell is revolutionizing the way RFID tags are constructed for the harshest use environments.
The 6th China International Internet of Things Technologies and Applications Exhibition will continue to bring new insights to the Chinese market; and if there’s a race to lead in the Internet of Things, China aims to set the pace.