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  • Industrial Hoses Couple Up With RFID

    A company embeds RFID tags in the hose couplings its makes so that couplings and hoses can be easily tracked and maintained.

  • NASA Tries RFID for HAZMAT

    At Dryden Flight Research Center, NASA is exploring ways to reduce costs and risk by using RFID to automatically identify and track hazardous materials.

  • RFID Protects Liquid Assets

    A maker of couplings for tubing is using low-cost RFID tags to monitor and control the way liquids are dispensed.

  • RFID Motion Sensor for Security

    Axcess has unveiled a new RFID tag that can detect the unauthorized movement of anything from PCs to missiles.

  • Hach Lange Incorporates RFID in Water Testers

    The company is attaching RFID tags to the packaging of its chemical vial kits and adding readers to its spectrophotometers to automatically update the calibration of the instruments, ensuring accurate test results.

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