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Revere Security Expands DASH7 Technology

Revere Security, a global provider of wireless encryption solution for resource-constrained devices and chips, declared that they will be associating with DASH7 Alliance’s Security Working Group (SWG), a wireless nonprofit organization which supports the utilization of DASH7 (ISO 18000-7) guidelines for sensor networks that operate wirelessly.

The DASH7 quality outlines the ISO standard requirements for RFID relays. Revere Security being a new member of the alliance will be working closely with more than 50 organizations around the world to advance the development of the DASH7 grade.

Rick Stephenson, president and CEO, Revere Security commented that DASH7 Alliance holds the major shares in the RFID market and sensor networking systems and that the prevailing privacy issues and safety problems enhances the wide utilization of DASH7 guidelines and also the recognition of applications involving the use of sensor networks that functions wirelessly.

Revere Security will assist in structuring the roadmap for executing systematic and powerful security and privacy traits into the DASH7 guidelines, co-chairing the Alliance. The latest DASH7’s 2.0 mode promotes cryptographic protection and Revere Security will advance the computational ability, differing memory and durability aspects of the batteries used in sensor networking and wireless devices apart from shaping the guidelines and protection factors.

Erik Wood, vice president of sales, Revere Security and DASH7- SWG co-chair, remarked that SWG will focus on lowering the functional consequences of on-tag encoding, validation and networking systems associated with the wireless safety aspects providing complete protection exploiting the DASH7 technology.

The DASH7 wireless networking products can function in a license-proof spectrum in the range of 433 MHz, features durable battery, covers multiple kilometers, sensor and security protection, device and application interoperability, tag-to-tag communication and thus connects people, places and things surrounding them.

According to Patrick Burns, president, DASH7 Alliance, Revere Security offers a productive team of digital security and RFID experts for achieving this technology and DASH7 Alliance is extremely glad about the security services they are providing to the sensor networking markets.


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