The goal for the XTC-ID project is, to develop a unique RFID transponder (TAG), used under extreme temperature ranges and in harsh environments. Safe and reproducible identification in extreme environmental conditions, such as high and / or low temperature ranges are possible in the future. Nowadays conventional RFID technology, is only usable at normal temperatures up to max. 125 ° C (see Industry 4.0 or Internet of Things (IoT)), and this excludes extreme temperatures or harsh environments. The aim is therefore, to produce a very robust and unique “Extreme Temperature Chip IDentification” – (XTC-ID) technology for future applications and markets. Conventional identification systems, such as barcodes or RFID Tags can not be used and/or will fail completely in these environments or under these temperature ranges. More news about the project are available HERE.
1.1.2017 - 30.6.2021
Increase of cross-border innovation in the programme area
Intelli Labs Deutschland Ltd.
DNL-contact Gmbh & Co KG, IMST GmbH, Joint Analytical Systems Benelux BV, Universiteit Twente,
|Provincie Flevoland||76.874,55 €|
|Universiteit Twente||107.283,13 €|
|Intelli Labs Deutschland Ltd.||356.926,71 €|
|Provincie Noord-Brabant||29.895,66 €|
|DNL-contact Gmbh & Co KG||32.013,13 €|
|Joint Analytical Systems Benelux BV||441.452,50 €|
|IMST GmbH||376.768,75 €|
|EFRE / EFRO||1.784.789,63 €|
|MWIDE NRW||266.925,51 €|
|Ministerie van Economische Zaken en Klimaat||160.155,31 €|