NPI applies for technology patent

By : |January 31, 2006 0

NOIDA: Network Programs (India) Ltd. submitted a patent application for a cutting-edge four-technology (4T) middleware platform that interconnects radio frequency identification (RFID), SmartCards, biometry and telematics systems, the company said.

The product, branded as SmartFlo, provides network administrators with a flexibly and scaleable solution that interfaces legacy applications with 4T networks and solutions.

SmartFlo enables organisations to link existing applications, such as attendance, inventory, human resources and finance systems, to new technologies through standardised data exchanges or customised translation programs for 4T applications.

This patent filing is part of NPI long-term strategy to develop intellectual property and protect these rights under India’s recently enhanced IPR regime.

According to NPI’s CEO and president, Vipin Tyagi, “This patent application validates our passion for innovation and positions NPI as a technology leader in the RFID space. We plan to augment our current IPR with additional innovations to create a solution ecosystems that enable our customers to rapidly and cost-effectively implement 4T systems. As Indian enterprises and government agencies deploy these new technologies, NPI is prepared to implement these business solutions.”

Smartflo is targeted at solution providers and large enterprises that require multiple input devices and/or multiple business applications requiring data identification and transfer.

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