This year’s edition of the world-renowned show boasts some 1,100 exhibitors and introduces a new exhibition section called New Mobility World in Hall 3.1. NXP and Neology jointly hosted an exhibit in the Urban Solution Market area of the new section, demonstrating several Neology technology solutions utilizing NXP’s UCODE DNA, RFID market’s first passive tag IC that combines exceptional long-range performance together with cutting-edge cryptographic security.
The UCODE DNA integrated circuit with 3KB of memory is designed for Automatic Vehicle Identification use cases such as electronic road tolling, vehicle registration, access control and asset tracking, as well as parking and vehicle license-plate authentication.
Neology introduced its RFID License Plate solution, powered by UCODE DNA, which for the first time features theft prevention and law-enforcement notification in case of plate tampering or unauthorized transfer. A self-declaration feature for electronic road tolling is also included.
Neology also launched its RF In-Car Device that transmits relevant vehicle telemetry data. The device uses the standard vehicle OBD port and is a pass-thru connector, unobtrusive and compact in size, which will communicate with the outside world using an ISO-18000-6C I2C integrated circuit from NXP. Specific applications include fleet management, car rental and traffic congestion management, among others.