Webinar on BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Bluetooth RFID Readers for iOS, Android, and Windows


25th March 2014

Impinj and TSL will host a joint webinar to help users get the most performance and functionality from TSL’s 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader. Ideal for ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) asset tracking, this Bluetooth®-enabled RFID reader is designed to bring UHF RFID scanning to a wide variety of smart phones, tablets and other handheld devices without requiring a customized driver.

5The free webinar “BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Bluetooth RFID Readers for iOS, Android, and Windows” will be presented on April 29 at 10:00 a.m. PST (17:00 GMT).

 

 

To register for the webinar, visit: <http://hubs.impinj.com/tsl_uhf_rfid_reader_webinar. >.

Attendees will learn how to quickly and easily enable nearly any host device for RFID scanning  using Bluetooth® connectivity. The webinar also will instruct users on developing custom apps for the 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader, allowing even greater functionality and customization with host devices running iOS, Windows Mobile, Android™ or Windows Desktop operating systems.  Speakers include Tracy Hillstrom, Sr. Product Line Manager of Impinj Speedway® line, and Dr. David Evans, managing director of TSL.

With a range of interchangeable, high-performance, snap-on antennas, and using the Impinj R2000 core, TSL’s 1128 reader offers the utmost in flexibility and productivity for RFID scanning in retail, logistics and hospitality environments. A variety of holders and accessories are available to facilitate hands-free, full-feature RFID scanning and 2D barcode data scanning.

The 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID reader can be rapidly integrated into existing applications for unparalleled productivity using simple, pre-configured commands enabled by TSL’s sophisticated ASCII 2 Protocol. To learn more, download the white paper “Develop custom apps in a snap for the 1128 Bluetooth Reader”. A free software development kit (SDK) is available in the ‘Downloads’ section of the TSL website.