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We produce and supply several types of cards and smart cards with more than 70 different chips which can even be combined.
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Our wide range of RFID tags comprise over 70 chips, encoded in our factory, to identify people and things.
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Our portfolio consists of wearable, fixed, vehicle-mounted and desktop RFID readers that can be customised and are easy to integrate.
WE SIMPLIFY TECHNOLOGY
INNOVATION IN OUR DNA
We are an Italian company that manufactures and markets smart cards, tags, RFID readers and IoT solutions. Established in 2001, we have been passionately committed to our work for over twenty years, responding quickly and effectively to our customers’ requests.
Our clients are leading Italian B2B companies, system integrators and public administrations, with more than 4,000 customers in Europe and worldwide.
We produce cards in standard formats regulated by ISO standards, and non-ISO cards such as mini-cards and triple cards. Our catalogue contains cards with magnetic strips, barcodes, contact and contactless chips, combo and dual-interface cards.
We supply different types of RFID tags: wristbands and key fobs for personal identification, as well as hard tags and labels for things. Each tag can be customised at our factory in Lainate using specific methods depending on the requirements.
SMART DISCOVERY WASTE
We technologically simplify waste collection. We are present in more than 20 countries around the world, innovating through wearable RFID devices, IoT solutions and Blockchain.
Among wearable technologies, the work exoskeleton represents an important tool to improve waste collectors’ health and safety.
Waste collection is a physically demanding task that is associated with multiple occupational and musculoskeletal disorders. Several risk factors and working conditions affect the health and the safety of waste collectors. Frequent lifting of heavy loads, high repetitive tasks, long work duration and insufficient recovery are significant risk factors that may result in chronic injuries and diseases.
THE WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY
Wearable technology includes a multiplicity of devices developed to be worn and accessible by the user and including a platform for the sensing of different signals related
Partitalia has donated 350 RFG tags for the creation of routes accessible to the blind
Milan, 17 May 2022 - At the Palio di Legnano
The new trends in the hospitality sector identified at the BIT of fieramilanocity
The work , which combines work and vacation, but also proximity tourism, 'slow' and above all responsible.
7-10 April 2022: shovel, tennis shoes and fair play for the Legnano tournament
Like many sports, padel is a motor activity that includes everyone, so much so that anyone can practice it in any age group. Fun and aggregation discipline is dynamic and is practiced both outdoors and in outdoor mode.
What is needed to participate in a padel match consists of a padel court, a racket of about 45.50 cm, light and perforated called a "shovel", tennis shoes and sports clothing. Furthermore, it is played as a team with a partner chosen and equipped with fair play (which
Completely ecological bamboo gift cards for the Merano sushi restaurant
Milan, 5 April 2022 - Wood, a biodegradable and recyclable material, becomes the protagonist of sustainable cards and smart cards with a unique design. Partitalia
Gualtiero Cortellini is General Manager of the C2T Technology Transfer Consortium , the Milanese innovation hub with offices also in Brianza and Catania, which is responsible for supporting companies, especially SMEs, in the implementation of innovative ideas and R&D and Industry 4.0 projects. We asked him a few questions about artificial intelligence and its main areas of application.
Cards for hotels and the world of hospitality (B&Bs, campsites, tourist villages, cruises) perform two fundamental functions: open the entrance door to the room and activate the energy saver
Custom card printing stages: the graphics approval process
The personalized card printing process consists of the following stages:
• graphics checks and approvals;
According to what criteria are the plastic cards produced, the ones that are surely present in your wallets? The smart cards you usually use are products that must comply with ISO standards , ie standards that standardize the size and functioning of the card.
Eco-sustainability: degradable PVC cards for an increasingly green market
The material most used for the production of cards – credit/debit cards, fidelity cards and supermarket points cards, badges for access control in companies, hotels, gyms and so on – is PVC, polyvinyl chloride polyvinyl, a thermoplastic polymer made of 57% sea salt and 43% crude oil.
Widespread in a wide range of industrial and technical applications, PVC at the time of disposal, however, causes important environmental problems: if incinerated, in fact, it releases dioxins and other organochlorides into the atm
CHIP SHORTAGE: HOW CAN WE COPE WITH THE GLOBAL SEMICONDUCTOR SHORTAGE?
The global shortage of semiconductors has created serious difficulties for the ICT, automotive, and consumer electronics sectors for several months. The shortage of electronic components, or chip shortage, as it is called, can be traced to many events that have occurred since late 2019. But what are the consequences for prices and lead times? And what strategies is Partitalia adopting to mitigate the risk?
CHIP SHORTAGE: THE CAUSES
• Covid-19 and factory shutdowns
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020 resulted in a temporary shutdown of factories, leading to a general economic slowdown. Major global players in the automotive sector — the leading market in the semiconductor industry — started cancelling orders placed with chip manufacturers in January and February 2020.
RFID: how it has changed our way of life
Interview with Paolo Nepa, University of Pisa – Second part
Paolo Nepa, Professor a
RFID: because it is a revolutionary technology
Interview with Paolo Nepa, University of Pisa – First part
What is RFID a