- Ameya Logistics Uses RFID to Add Efficiency, Value to Its Freight Yard
The Indian company has installed a system that utilizes EPC Gen 2 tags and readers to capture and store data about the location of each container stored at its facility near Mumbai.
- RFID Takes Root at Baas Plantenservice
The Dutch horticultural distributor has found a number of ways to benefit from EPC tags attached to trolleys for transporting plants.
- Zebra, OAT Partner on Solutions Combining Passive and Active Tags
The companies will incorporate OATSystems' passive RFID middleware into Zebra Technologies' existing RTLS products, enabling customers to track goods and assets using active and passive RFID on a single platform.
- Boeing to Launch RFID Program for Airlines in February
The system will allow the company's customers to track the maintenance records of their aircraft parts using high-memory RFID tags, and may enable it to track those parts' locations as well in the future.
- RFID Aids Fueling for Canadian Bus Operator
Coast Mountain Bus Co. is installing a TagMaster RFID solution as part of its fuel-management system from Coencorp, to identify buses and permit fueling with appropriate fluids.
- California Freight Yard Tracks Trailers Via RFID
DSC Logistics uses RFID readers on its yard truck, and at its gate, to monitor where each trailer is located, and then shares that data with customers and freight carriers.
- FreezerPro ColdTrack RFID Kit Pinpoints Vials in Cryogenic Storage Boxes
RURO's solution includes BioTillion's BoxMapper reader that lets researchers not only confirm that a specific sample is present, but also know its exact location within a box.
- Steelcase Mexico's RFID Solutions Help Banks Manage Assets
Banks and other businesses in Mexico City are using EPC passive UHF tags to track office furniture, and are testing a system that uses active tags to detect when specific office areas are in use.
- Czech Oncology Center Uses Wi-Fi RTLS to Locate People, Equipment
The system has enabled the Masaryk Memorial Cancer Institute to reduce the number of items lost, and is improving safety by allowing patients to transmit requests for help to employees assigned to their ward.
- RFID Scores Well at TopGolf's Newest Entertainment Complex
The driving range employs 200,000 golf balls containing passive EPC Gen 2 tags read at 548 points along the fairway, to help golfers view their scores in real time.
- Smartrac Acquires UPM RFID, Becoming a UHF Tag Leader
With its acquisition of UPM RFID, as well as Neology and KSW Microtec, Smartrac has moved to the front of the market for passive UHF RFID tags and inlays.
- RFID Sheet Antennas Enable Unique Shelf-Management Systems
Measuring only six millimeters in thickness, the short-range antennas—marketed by Teijin Fibers and Convergence Systems Ltd.—are being installed on shelving, along with EPC UHF readers, to track the locations of tagged items.
- Maryland's Medical Examiner to Track Human Bodies Via RFID
After using EPC Gen 2 passive UHF tags and readers to track paperwork for one year, the organization expects to soon begin utilizing RFID wristbands to track the decedents as well.
- Cotemar Uses RTLS to Manage Safety, Supplies for Offshore Oil Workers
The company is employing AeroScout Wi-Fi RFID tags to track the whereabouts of personnel and visitors on each of four offshore platforms that serve as floating hotels for PEMEX employees working on oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico.
- New Chicago-area Casino Chips Its Uniforms
To streamline the management of its complicated uniform inventory process, Rivers Casino has sewn EPC RFID tags into 20,000 pieces of apparel.