Announcing RIFIDI® 3.2 Public Release, Connecting the Internet of Things with People, REST Performance Improvements, Rifidi API Extensions & Enhancements

Transcends is proud to announce the RIFIDI® 3.2 Public Release with the goal of Connecting the Internet of Things (IoT) with People”. The release was made possible through client implementations, the RIFIDI open source community feedback, surveys, forums and our dedicated global engineering team.Accelerate your IoT Adoption with  RIFIDI®. Connect your RFID reader and sensor network. Analyze you sensor information in real-time and over time. Optimize your business processes. Integrate with the enterprise. Differentiate your products, solutions and organization. By utilizing the Power of RIFIDI®, the possibilities are boundless across many verticals (retail, healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, recreational) from global enterprise to the local small and medium sized businesses.

The key features of the release are performance improvements with REST API interface, Extended Rifidi API commands via REST and several enhancements/fixes

Highlights of the RIFIDI® Edge Server Release:

  • Sensor and Application Management –  Extended Rifidi API features
  • Platform upgrade and additions for developers/architects (Restlet 2.3.1 – Restful services)
  • Tag Encodin – Added ability to encode user memory, EPC, passwords
  • LLRP updates – Get Run-time Reader and ROSpec Configuration ,
  • RESTful performance enhancements
  • SDK – Optimized Rifidi RSSI service
  • Few key bug fixes
  • Backward compatibility with RIFIDI 1.3 and 2.x , 3.x applications & solutions
  • Full RIFIDI 3.2 release notes


Candidate features for next release (based on clients, community, projects, forums, collaboration,  partnerships)

  • Floor plan/Google Map sensor management dashboard
  • Integration with visualizations/dashboards/analytic Tools
  • Rifidi application designer interface
  • Pure configurable Rifidi Apps (No Coding required)
  • Rifidi App marketplace
  • Rifidi App provisioning enabled via OSGi P2 infrastructure
  • Out of the box integration/support for IoT partner products
  • Support for other Java IDEs such as NetBeans
  • Framework upgrades/additions (Spring, Maven and Provisioning)
  • Further security integration
  • Additional features based on suggestions from community


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