This can only come from a Swiss Company. Swiss Startup Winwatch S.A. has patented a way of embedding tags built on RFID technology in watch glasses, opening a wide variety of new applications.
Winwatch's solution is to integrate a RFID transponder into a wristwatch without altering the internal structure of the watch. Which is important if you know how watches are made.
Actual timepieces are designed to contain tags within the main body and therefore require a space for accommodating the chip and the antenna within the mechanical part of the watch, which gives rise to a need for alterations in the structure of the movement. A step for mounting the tag needs to be added to the production process of the watch body, which requires additions and alterations in the production line. Since the tag is built in the mechanical part of the watch, it is difficult to replace it after the watch is completed as a finished product. Due to shielding effects like reflection or absorption, radio signals are very sensitive against the metal parts of a watch or the human body, which requires much larger antennas, resulting in increased material and production cost.|
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