March 2022 Newsletter

March 31, 2022

Transformative Technology The hyperconnectivity of our lives is only growing more pervasive. As technology becomes more automated and experiences more augmented, it is up to us to preserve our humanity and use new tools and trends for good. The only question is: Are we up to the challenge?
Humans in Tech Podcast

New Podcast: Humans in Tech

Our new podcast explores today’s most transformative technology and the trends of tomorrow. Bringing together the brightest minds in and outside of our industry, we unpack what is new in physical access, identity verification, cybersecurity, and IoT ecosystems. We reach beyond the physical world, discuss our digital transformation as a species, and dive into the emerging phygital experience. Listen Now › Verifying Heroes: Secure Identity in Healthcare

Verifying Heroes: Secure Identity in Healthcare

Our industrial-grade, clean room-ready uTrust 3700 IG contactless smart card reader provides high-security identity verification in healthcare. We simplify complex logins, protect valuable time, and strengthen data security. We verify the identity of our heroes so they can get back to saving the world. Watch Video › End-to-End Security: Fortify Airport Operations

End-to-End Security: Fortify Airport Operations

Airports must ensure a consistent, convenient, and safe passenger environment. Securing this complexity requires a fortified system with the right technology and digital connectivity. Real-time visual intelligence is mission-critical to effectively manage and mitigate risk across the connected enterprise. See why airports of all sizes choose our end-to-end solutions. Learn More › Lucintel Product Innovation Award: Eco-Friendly RFID and NFC

Product Innovation Award: Eco-Friendly RFID and NFC

Lucintel recently awarded our Eco-Friendly RFID and NFC Tags the 2021 Product Innovation Award in the RFID Market. Our novel product ecosystem is manufactured on renewable paper without plastic layers or harmful chemicals, ensuring the lowest carbon footprint in the market. The NFC tags are non-etched, paper-based inlays, reducing the traditional usage of PET-based substrates and byproducts. Read Story › We drive conversations and innovations in the connected world.