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RFID News Roundup
Jadak announces Bluetooth RFID reader for health-care applications ••• RFID market to reach $9.56 billion in 2015, IDTechEx CEO says ••• NEC Display Solutions of America uses Impinj RFID technology for contest ••• Google unveils Eddystone formats for Bluetooth beacons ••• ParkerVision's PV5870 demodulator selected for RFID products ••• Skytron inks deal to distribute Mobile Aspects' RFID-enabled smart cabinets.
Jul 16, 2015—
The following are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations:
NEC Display Solutions of America, Impinj;
Skytron, and Mobile Aspects.
Jadak Announces New Bluetooth RFID and Bar-code Reader for Health-Care Applications
Jadak, a manufacturer of machine vision, RFID and bar-code scanning products for the health-care and life-sciences industries, has announced the HS-2R, a cordless Bluetooth RFID reader and linear (1D) and matrix (2D) bar-code scanner designed specifically for health care. The HS-2R is designed to help medical technicians improve workflows, according to the company, and is suitable for point of care, blood tracking, drug inventory, reagent scanning, surgical part tracking and more.
The new dual-function device will be made available later this month, the company reports, and can be tailored to meet specific customer requirements.
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