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  • Nutrace, Belintra Market RFID-based Surgical-Tool Tracking Solution in the U.S.

    The Nutrace system, already used by hospitals in Europe, includes Belintra's passive HF RFID tags, Panmobil's handheld RFID readers and its own Stemato software for managing data.

  • At PGA Tournaments, Bluetooth Beacons Are Par for the Course

    Golf fans at a recent championship event were able to know the locations of players within close range.

  • Clean-Room Services Provider Uses RFID to Keep Things Orderly

    Micro-Clean is using the technology to track air-cleaning units, as well as tools for maintaining and testing those units, to ensure that all are being serviced and calibrated as required.

  • Italian Reproductive Medicine Center Uses RFID to Track In Vitro Fertilization

    Genera has found that Research Instruments' RI Witness solution makes its Rome and Naples clinics more efficient, while providing extra confidence to patients and embryologists that every process will be error-free.

  • Cryogatt Releases Cryogenics Solution

    The system combines the company's readers and software with HID Global's tags to enable the tracking of frozen specimens inside freezer containers as cold as -321 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • U.K. Construction Company Collects Inspection Data Onsite With NFC

    The McGee Group is using NFC RFID technology and apps from Mobilengine to ensure that its trucks are properly inspected, as well as track tool usage and inspection and worker training at demolition or construction sites.

  • U.K. Hospital Pilots RFID for Bed and Hoist Tracking

    Heart of England NHS Trust is using active RFID tags and readers from Harland Simon at one of its three hospitals to determine how well the technology helps manage the facility's 2,000 beds and hoists, to ensure they can be found, inspected and maintained in a timely manner.

  • Panvista's Beacons Track Trade Show Traffic

    The company's Analytics 360 solution uses battery-powered Bluetooth beacons and is designed to be easy and inexpensive to install.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Janam intros new handheld UHF RFID reader for supply chain operations ••• SATO, Cadi Scientific partner to launch PJM RFID Thermo IC Tag ••• RF Ideas announces badge reader for protecting laptops, tablets ••• CipherLab unveils touch mobile computer with NFC, RFID support for field applications ••• ice hockey team implements beacon technology from Rover ••• Lab ID intros new, small-footprint NFC inlay.

  • Camera Robot Tracks Its Moving Pictures Via RFID

    Move 'N See is using ultra-wideband technology from DecaWave as part of its indoor positioning and robotics solution, Pixio, enabling the automatic filming of moving athletes or other individuals.

  • Sensors Track Traffic Congestion at Port of Aalborg

    A Bluetooth-based solution from BLIP Systems employs sensors to capture transmissions from phones and other Bluetooth-enabled devices in trucks and cars, as well as software on a hosted server to analyze traffic conditions and prompt the display of alerts on traffic signage.

  • RFID Helps Keep Utah Transit Authority on Track

    UTA is deploying passive RFID tags and readers to manage rail cars and components, schedule their maintenance and inspection, and comply with federal rules.

  • RFID News Roundup

    SML Group launches new inlays based on Impinj Monza R6 chip ••• Trimble introduces autonomous operation support in its ThingMagic Mercury API ••• Nedap intros next generation of microwave RFID readers ••• Tadbik ramps up with new Mühlbauer RFID smart label equipment ••• DataSource Mobility announces RFID-enabled asset-tracking software ••• Aucxis wins contract for fisheries container-tracking solution.

  • Stauff Markets RFID-Based Hydraulic Pressure Measurement System

    The solution consists of passive RFID-based sensors and handheld interrogators used to track hydraulic pressure changes in machinery prior to an equipment failure.

  • Dominion East Ohio Uses RFID to Inspect Natural Gas Pipes

    The energy company is attaching passive HF RFID tags to aboveground pipes, and is using handheld readers and an iPhone app to manage the inspection data.

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