Announcements and media releases

The latest announcements and media releases from Relegen. These are also available as an RSS Feed.

Blog post: Weighing in on the latest global RTLS market predictions

Tuesday 19th of May 2015

There’s been a flurry of predictions from industry analysts about the growth of the global RTLS market in recent weeks. So just what is RTLS? How is it different to RFID? What is it used for? Which RTLS technology is best? Continue reading “Weighing in on the latest global RTLS market predictions” »

Blog post: RFID adoption reaching a ‘tipping point’ in retail and manufacturing in the US

Tuesday 21st of April 2015

US general merchandise manufacturers and retailers with no plans for RFID are now in the minority according to a recent study from GS1 US. The findings have been recently published as part of the results of the 2014 GS1 US Standards Usage Survey which measured usage of item-level EPC-enabled RFID to enhance inventory visibility and meet customer demands for a seamless, omni-channel experience. Continue reading “RFID adoption reaching a ‘tipping point’ in retail and manufacturing in the US” »

Blog post: RFIDs producing a hive of information

Tuesday 31st of March 2015

Last week the BBC reported on a new, miniature, longer-range RFID system designed to monitor bee behaviour at Kew Gardens in London. The trial has been created from off-the-shelf components consisting of standard RFID chip and a customised [albeit a slightly cumbersome-looking] aerial, which is supposedly thinner and lighter than other models used to track small insects and which delivers a greater read range. Readers are then dotted around the gardens and connected to credit-card sized, single board, Raspberry Pi computers, which log the readings. Continue reading “RFIDs producing a hive of information” »

Media Release: Relegen receives accreditation for new DSTO Research Scientific Engineering and Technical Services Standing Offer Panel

Tuesday 17th of March 2015

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 17 FEBRUARY, 2014 – Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology to defence, government and asset-intensive industries, has announced today that it has been accepted onto the newly-established Defence Science Technology Organisation [DSTO] Research Scientific Engineering and Technical Services Standing Offer Panel. This appointment means Relegen is accredited to assist DSTO research and development projects across a number of capabilities skill sets including data analysis, naval platform engineering, operations research analysis and more. For more information about how Relegen can help a DSTO research and development project, please contact us on sales@relegen.com or +61(0)2 9998 9000.

Media release: Relegen unveils biggest upgrade program yet for assetDNA

Tuesday 10th of March 2015

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 10 March, 2015 – Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology solutions to Defence, government, mining and industry, today announced that it was working on a series of significant upgrade releases for its flagship enterprise asset intelligence product, assetDNA. In what will be the biggest set of updates since the launch of assetDNA, upcoming versions will introduce an array of incredible new features and enhancements including extensive multi-lingual capabilities, a sleek modern graphic user interface [GUI], a full-featured web edition, expanded support for Windows tablets and more. These enhancements will deliver benefits across the entire platform including the assetDNA desktop/server version, assetDNA mobile, tablet and touchscreen applications and the web-based edition.

Media release: Relegen expands assetDNA ID solutions with UHF RFID labels suitable for IT asset management applications

Tuesday 24th of February 2015

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 24 February, 2015 – Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology solutions to Defence, government, mining and industry, today announced new capabilities for new slimline UHF RFID labels which are ideal for IT asset inventory management, tracking and maintenance applications. Relegen sources and supplies a wide range of asset tagging and identification systems [assetDNA IDs] such as barcodes, HF & UHF RFIDs, covert security identifiers, as well as offering its own patented multi-layered solution. And now, Relegen can offer next-generation EPC Class 1 Gen2 passive UHF RFID labels for users of its asset intelligence software technology, assetDNA

Media release: Relegen Pty Ltd accepted for NSW Government ICT Services Scheme – Advanced Registered Supplier List

Tuesday 3rd of February 2015

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 03 FEBRUARY, 2014 – Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology to defence, government and asset-intensive industries, has announced today that it has been accepted onto the NSW Government ICT Services Scheme – Advanced Registration Supplier List. This appointment means Relegen is accredited to supply customer contracts that are high risk or valued at over $150,000 to the NSW Government. Relegen has been accepted for a total of 33 sub-categories, including Enterprise & Business Architecture, Strategic Risk Management, Mobile Devices including delivery ‘as a service’, Digitisation including delivery ‘as a service’, Process and Technology Audits, Quality Assurance and Compliance, Custom Application Development including delivery ‘as a service’, ERP and related corporate and shared services, as well as many others. For more information about how Relegen can help a NSW Government ICT project, contact us on +61 (0)2 9998 9000 or sales@relegen.com >>

Blog post: RFID-blocking jeans to go on sale soon!

Monday 2nd of February 2015

Happy New Year! We’re kicking off our 2015 blog program with a light-hearted story that has somewhat of a more serious undertone. This year the retail clothing market will see the release of RFID-blocking jeans. This new product has been developed to combat growing security concerns about identity and personal information theft through ‘skimming’ the RFID chips which are typically found on bank cards and credit cards nowadays. Continue reading “RFID-blocking jeans on sale soon!” »

Blog post: RFID and the missing link in the ‘Internet of Assets’

Monday 8th of December 2014

With so much noise about the coming ‘Internet of Things’ [IoT] these days, it’s a challenge to get a clear signal about what it means for enterprise asset management and how organisations can prepare to take advantage. As new products like wearables enter the consumer market, we get a better sense of the potential of the IoT and how it will enhance our ability act with greater intelligence, faster than ever before. However, with all the hype that has arisen, so too have the misconceptions. Continue reading “RFID and the missing link in the ‘Internet of Assets’” »

Blog post: Is business ready for the 'Internet of Assets'?

Thursday 13th of November 2014

For the first time in history there are more active mobile and M2M connections in the world than there are people on the planet. Digital analyst GSMA Intelligence’s real-time device tracker estimates that there are now more than 7.28 billion active mobile connections globally compared to 7.20 billion humans as per the US Census Bureau’s world population clock. What is more, these gadgets are multiplying 5 times faster than we are. These intriguing statistics are not just about smartphones. They represent the interconnection of all sorts of uniquely identifiable devices across the worldwide internet infrastructure. It’s about the ‘Internet of Things’ [IoT] and the ‘Internet of Everything’ [IoE]. Continue reading “Is business ready for the ‘Internet of Assets’?” »