ThingMagic® Mercury API
ThingMagic Mercury API, a simple and rapid setup solution for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and independent software vendors (ISV), is an extensive software development kit (SDK) designed to accelerate development time for JADAK ThingMagic readers.
Designed for developers, the ThingMagic Mercury API is exceptionally versatile, written in Java, C and C#, and it supports the following application types:
- Windows, Linux, and MacOS (C, C#, Java)
- .NET Framework, .NET Compact Framework, and .NET Core (C#)
- Android (Java)
- iOS (C)
- Microcontrollers (C)
ThingMagic Mercury API can control every aspect of the RFID reader through various commands, including:
- Advanced Read Functionality: setting antennas, protocols, filtering criteria
- Advanced Tag Operations: killing and locking tags
- Privacy and Security
- Performance and Memory Optimization
The JADAK Difference
With decades of medical and industrial engineering expertise, JADAK is a market leader and primary supplier of custom machine vision, RFID, barcode, printing, and color and light measurement products and services for original equipment manufacturers. Our team of advanced-degree engineers become an extension of your team, gain a deep understanding of your application, then, develop and implement a solution that’s a precise fit. All supported by full lifecycle management of your product.
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ARTICLE: Keonn’s components used for supply chain tracking
A multinational car manufacturer has implemented RFID portals in its industrial facilities using Keonn’s readers and antennas, to enable real-time traceability for the entire supply chain.
ARTICLE: ThingMagic RFID helps Disney employees get into character
Employees at Disney's theme parks, as well as on its cruise ships, have an easy start to their day when it comes to retrieving costumes. A worker can simply locate a required garment within a storage room, bring it to an RFID-enabled self-service kiosk, present his or her ID badge and walk away. The company installed the RFID-based solution at most of its parks worldwide last year, managing close to $100 million worth of costumes, as a way for staff members to more quickly check their garments in and out
ARTICLE: Boiler maker Vaillant Group uses RFID to drive efficiencies in monitoring work-in-progress
The Vaillant Group uses RFID to monitor the movement of boilers through the assembly process and trigger guidance to operators on which manufacturing step is needed next, as well as providing visibility to each boiler during process.