Our passion is stay with advanced technologies like RFID and Biometrics.

“It’s one thing to have advanced technologies and another thing to execute/implement those technologies”


Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) is a dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) technology. The term RFID is used to describe various technologies that use radio waves to automatically identify people or objects.RFID technology is similar to the bar code identification systems we see in retail stores everyday; however one big difference between RFID and bar code technology is that RFID does not rely on the line-of-sight reading that bar code scanning requires to work.

RFID systems can be used just about anywhere, from clothing tags to missiles to pet tags to food – anywhere that a unique identification system is needed. The tag can carry information as simple as a pet owners name and address or the cleaning instruction on a sweater to as complex as instructions on how to assemble a car.


Biometric technologies are defined as, “automated methods of verifying or recognizing the identity of a living person based on a physiological or behavioral characteristic”When referring to a biometric technology, it is important to distinguish between physiological and behavioral human characteristics. A physiological characteristic is a relatively stable human physical characteristic, such as a fingerprint, hand silhouette, iris pattern, or blood vessel pattern on the back of the eye. This type of measurement is unchanging and unalterable without significant duress. Alternately, a behavioral characteristic is a reflection of an individual’s psychological makeup, although physical traits, such as size and gender, have a major influence.


In Information Technology, the term “Networking” refers to the hardware and software used to connect computers, allowing them to communicate with one another. Cabling, network operating systems, and a wide variety of components flesh out a network that can include a wide variety of computers and devices.While the initial concept behind networking computers was to see every person on the

Planet being “wired,” the evolution of the technology aims to do just the opposite. Wireless technologies are emerging as a popular, cable- free alternative to traditional wired networks.
With the rapid growth of interest in the Internet, network security has become a major concern to companies throughout the world. The fact that the information and tools needed to penetrate the security of corporate networks are widely available has increased that concern.

Because of this increased focus on network security, network administrators often spend more effort protecting their networks than on actual network setup and administration.

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