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Confidex releases Xenon VIP - The Tamper Evident Crypto RFID Label For Smart Traffic

May 2016 by Marc Jacob

Confidex XENON VIP is targeted for highest security level of windshield label based smart traffic management applications with its crypto features and thin, tamper evident label structure.

Confidex XENON VIP improves the security level of RFID-based smart traffic solutions such as high-speed Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI), automated toll collection, parking and access control solutions for highly populated metropolitan areas. Batteryless, more cost effective, passive RAIN RFID technology opens totally new opportunities for smart traffic solutions at broader geographical coverage based on lower vehicle based costs.

Newly designed innovative label structure is further enhancing the Confidex XENON VIP level of security. It is a result of combining deep knowledge of materials and best available material components for achieving superior tamper evidence features – without losing robustness and thinnest possible structure in the targeted application usage.

By utilizing new NXP UCODE DNA chip, Confidex XENON VIP combines exceptional long-range contactless RF performance with cryptographic security implementation. It uses revolutionary security features, such as two 128-bit AES keys and an AES digital core for cryptographic authentication for the first time in smart traffic applications.

Product standard dimensions are 107mm x 21.5mm with white, printable label surface. Confidex XENON VIP can be offered as factory encoded and personalized as well, with variable barcodes and QR codes. Product is also available as custom upsized label with custom specified materials. Additional security features are also available on request.

CONFIDEX XENON VIP product can be seen at International Transport Forum at NXP booth. Product is available in sampling volumes in June and in volumes during Q3/2016.

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