Micron launches the first WOCHI X phone and WOCHI P leather bracelets in Moscow with a built-in RFID tag for children to go to school, pay for meals and visit museums for free
within the Moskvonok system. They include full functional electronic card of the student.
WOCHI X Clock Phone in addition to standard features (location, two-way voice, voice messaging, 10-phone directory, multiple calls)
received activation in the mobile application and online activation of the chip (on the portal mos.ru) without the need to visit the parents of the school to carry out the procedure of binding the ID to the child.
An RFID chip is built into the screen that allows kids to go to school and pay for meals, just by putting the clock on the display to the reader. All messages about entering / leaving the child from school, report on
school meals are delivered to parents in the GEOPLANER mobile application. Data processing servers are located in the territory of the Russian Federation.
Moskvenok Project – Passage and Nutrition Information System is implemented by the Moscow Government within the framework of the Information City program at Moscow kindergartens, schools, lyceums, colleges with
2012. The system is installed in 4,333 educational institutions and is used by about one million schoolchildren, over one million parents and about 185,000 educational staff
organizations. In total, 20,000 RFID tags have already been delivered under this project, and more than 100,000 are planned to be delivered in 2020.
The new products include the M1743-0Q2M High Frequency Range (HF) tag developed by Micron’s RFID lab. The watch case is protected from moisture and dust, and the display against shocks and scratches.
Micron has its own RFID laboratory for the development and testing of radio frequency identification products in all operating frequency ranges. A full cycle is organized at the enterprise
production of products. The factory product line has over 150 types of different RFID tags.