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  • Congonhas Airport Modernizes Security and Operations

    The facility is using RFID and RTLS technologies to control ramp access and improve asset and staff monitoring, at lower costs.

  • Startup Offers Low-Cost RFID System That Can Be Self-Installed

    The boxed solution, from RFRain, comes with low-cost readers and antennas, networked to a gateway running filtering and management firmware that can then forward data to a cloud-based server, all within a few hours after the box is opened.

  • RFID Solution to Prevent Terrorism on Flights

    Gate Gourmet Peru has launched a hybrid UHF and NFC system from Radical Solutions which ensures that all food-preparation knives, each with an affixed RFID tag, are detected in a locked cabinet, and that any removal and return of those knives is automatically identified and tracked by time, date and personnel ID, as well as by video.

  • Internet of Things Technology Tracks Pets in Airports

    Unisys has released an app- and IoT-based solution that enables passengers to keep an eye on their pets before and after a flight, by viewing their location and the conditions around them, as well as watching the animals on video via wireless sensor technology.

  • Heathrow Evaluates RFID Baggage Cart Tracking Test

    The three-month project consisted of a UHF RFID solution from Vero Solutions, using the technology company's software and Impinj readers to track when baggage carts enter and depart a baggage claim area, to make cart management more visible.

  • General Motors, Boeing to Keynote at RFID Journal LIVE! 2018

    RFID Journal's 16th annual event, being held in Orlando on Apr. 10-12, will feature an impressive lineup of new case studies exploring how to use RFID to create business value.

  • Auburn RFID Lab Expands to Avionics With Delta Gift

    Delta Air Lines' Aviation Sensor ID Bay will be dedicated to researching and development related to RFID technology use for tracking flyable parts, baggage and tools for airlines, aircraft companies and original equipment manufacturers, as well as for the RFID companies that serve them.

  • Ceitec Delivers 300,000 RFID Chips for Vehicular Tagging

    The Brazilian semiconductor company has been homologated in record time and marketed to Q-Free, a Norwegian company that develops intelligent transport systems.

  • Registration Now Open for RFID in Aerospace and Defense

    The one-day conference, to be held on Dec. 13, 2017, will feature fast-track RFID training on Dec. 12, prior to the event's opening.

  • RFID Tracks Safety Equipment for Fiji Airways

    The airline finds that safety equipment inspections, which previously took hours per plane, can now be accomplished within a few minutes using a UHF RFID solution from EAM Worldwide.

  • RFID Takes Flight at Rockwell Collins

    The company has adopted Brady Corp.'s Aerospace RFID Solution, which is intended to bring flexibility to users, with a choice of 11 different on- or off-metal tags that can be wrapped around equipment such as metal seat frames or oxygen canisters.

  • NYIT, X-wave Innovations Team Up to Develop RFID Technology for NASA

    Fang Li, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the New York Institute of Technology, is partnering with the firm to develop an embedded sensor system capable of measuring temperature, pressure and strain levels on various rocket propulsion engine components.

  • Boeing Deploys RFID In-House for Assembly Management

    The company is using Fujitsu's new RFID Integrated Label to track up to 7,000 different components built into aircraft at four Boeing factory sites.

  • Lockheed Martin to Deploy BLE Solution for RTLS at Orlando Facilities

    The Tracko solution, from OnyxBeacon, was commercially released in late 2016, and includes beacons, an app and software platform to identify location, and sound alerts as configured by users.

  • London Airport Enables Proximity Apps With BLE Beacons

    Gatwick Airport's 2,000 Bluetooth Low Energy beacons, from Pointr Labs, are transmitting to the phones of passengers and airport personnel, so that the airport, airlines and stores can build apps that guide passengers to flights, offer them promotions at nearby stores, and provide location data to staff members responding to calls.

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