I just messaged them on FB with some more questions. I’m not sure they’re a “joke” company, but they’re certainly making claims for their product that are well beyond what’s currently possible:
Our 1st version of #BICHIP Microchip implants (ISO14443, NFC Compliant, RFID / NFC) technical details:
- FDX-B compliant 134kHz LF 1½x10 mm RFID tag
- Pre-programmed 38 bit unique read-only ID number
- Encased in a 1½mm by 10mm borosilicate bioglass shell
Remember that #BICHIP version 1 is not for sale. #BICHIP version 2 (IoT chip with Internet data) or version 3 (GPS chip) are the only products we will have for sale.
The GPS and Internet Data aren’t really feasible or possible currently.
I certainly wouldn’t trust this company considering how overblown their claims are, how vague they are on specifications, and how a bunch of the links to the products and specs are dead links.
Looking farther down the page it says:
April 22, 2016 ·
On September 2017, through Europe newborn children will be compelled to take in a subcutaneous RFID chip made by www.bluerobot.dk
This chip will perform as a GPS sensor that will task with a non-disclosed battery sustainable technology and will be implanted in state clinics. The data, collected from one or more sensors in the body, would be transmitted to cellphones or tablets where apps would give parents and pediatricians insights into the baby’s health and condition in real-time. This technology has already been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in humans.
Which is completely bogus AFAIK, for multiple reasons, but primarily that I’m pretty sure the FDA hasn’t tested or approved any RFID implants for humans.
Most likely it’s a random looney, but my totally unscientific gut reaction is that it’s one of the “mark of the beast” wack jobs building background support for their conspiracy sites to cite. The sites sound relatively sane on the surface, but are claiming to provide exactly the technology (that doesn’t exit) that the MotB nuts are raving about.