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  • Alien Releases New IC With Longer Read-Write Range, Error Protection

    The company's Higgs-EC chip and inlays, as well as an Android-based handheld reader, are all designed to accommodate the rapid growth of item-level RFID tagging and the need to read those tags in high volumes.

  • Nicklaus Children's Hospital Uses NFC Tags, BLE Beacons to Manage Inspections, Assets

    The technology includes NFC RFID tags for facilitating inspections and a beacon-based RTLS solution for identifying the locations of assets, personnel and patients.

  • Wind Energy Services Provider Adds RFID to Tools

    A combination of UHF and HF RFID tags is helping SSC Wind to reduce the incidence of lost equipment at its job sites from 75 percent to 2 percent, and to ensure that recalibration is performed on time.

  • RFID News Roundup

    View Technologies announces new smart antenna for smaller locations ••• Mojix expands into Latin American markets ••• Bell Mobility offers BeWhere beacon-based RTLS to Canadian market ••• S.C.'s Pour Taproom installs RFID-enabled beer taps ••• Halton Healthcare deploys Stanley Healthcare's AeroScout RTLS.

  • Alaska Airlines Passengers Take Electronic Luggage Tags for Test Flight

    The airline is offering 500 frequent fliers the chance to try Vanguard-ID's ViewTag, which combines an e-paper display, a Bluetooth Low Energy radio and a passive UHF RFID inlay.

  • Denmark's Mega Hospital Works on Mega RFID Deployment

    When New University Hospital's construction is completed in 2019, planners expect 350,000 assets and individuals will be tagged and 2,500 fixed readers will be installed.

  • Idolink Brings Smart Apartment, RTLS Solutions to U.S.

    The systems are already in use in Korean apartment buildings, as well as at health-care, retail and industrial sites.

  • RFID News Roundup

    IXYS intros cylindrical LF half-duplex read-only RFID tag ••• FlexStr8 launches NFC temperature-logging label ••• AtlasRFIDstore becomes Tageos distribution partner ••• Martin's HQ installs Boon Edam RFID-enabled revolving door ••• U.K.'s Centre for Process Innovation heads up NFC packaging project ••• Northern Apex updates its personnel tracking solution.

  • RFID Locates Press Tools at Auto Parts Factory

    Voestalpine Polynorm installed RFID readers and antennas on one of its plant's cranes and tagged 8,000 press tools, enabling the company to prevent production delays.

  • RFID Tracks Blood at Australia's Liverpool Hospital

    NSW Health Pathology, which operates the hospital's blood lab, is using the technology to determine how long blood products remain outside of refrigeration, and to ensure that no incorrect matches are made and no spoiled products are used.

  • RFID Helps Mentally Disabled Laundry Workers Do Their Jobs

    The system tracks various processes regarding the washing and sorting of linens and clothing, and provides alerts if mistakes are about to be made.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Omni-ID expands line of printable on-metal RFID labels ••• Tageos updates EOS-220 RFID label with Monza R6 chips ••• Mojix introduces STARflex RFID reader ••• Smartrac makes Belt, DogBone inlays with Ucode DNA and 7xm ICs ••• Hilti offers RFID solution to help construction professionals manage tools ••• Polo Ralph Lauren store in Dallas adopts Oak Interactive Fitting Room.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Tego, Smartrac partner on UHF tags for challenging industrial environments ••• Smartrac launches passive UHF moisture-sensing inlay for health care ••• Siemens intros adaptive-polarization RFID reader antenna ••• View Technologies initiates starter program for RTLS, RFID solution providers ••• NeWave unveils Floor-Mount Portal ••• L-com to make, sell wireless sensors from Point Six ••• Tectus releases multi-frequency pen-shaped RFID reader.

  • Fresh USA Seeks to RFID-Enable Cloakrooms

    The company's system is designed to streamline the process of storing and retrieving checked coats and bags at concert halls and other public buildings.

  • Airista Acquires Ekahau's RTLS Division

    The company intends to continue offering existing Ekahau Wi-Fi-based tags and real-time location system software, and will collaborate with Ekahau's engineers on future products.

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