- Jamison's Miniature Reader Portal Being Trialed by Hospital, University
The Mini-Hawk, a smaller version of Jamison's Hawk, is designed to be a low-cost and easy way to install an EPC Gen 2 reader in a small space.
- HP's RFID Center of Excellence to Market Cloud-based Rotating RFID Portal
The center is preparing to offer the portal—featuring an RFID reader that revolves around a pallet loaded with tagged items—to companies in Brazil and worldwide.
- Hanmi IT Markets Item-Level RFID Tracking Software, New Readers
The software, designed by Hanmi Pharmaceutical's IT division, is being piloted by Korean government agencies, while a future installation by a pharmaceutical company is in the works to manage products from factory to drug store.
- Alien Intros Wonder Dog Tag for Challenging Environments, SIT H4 for Small Items
The Wonder Dog operates well around metal and liquids, while the SIT H4 is tiny enough for jewelry and medicine. Both are made with the Higgs 4 chip.
- HID Trusted Tag Offers Secure NFC Connection Without App
Marketing and health-care companies are testing the new tag to determine how well individuals with smartphones can use the tag to link automatically to a URL via a one-time password with each read.
- RFID News Roundup
Columbus McKinnon embeds InfoChip RFID tags in shackles, hoists; Convergence Systems Ltd. fixed reader includes 3G, GPS; TeleTracking, Hill-Rom integrate RTLS, hand-hygiene monitoring; Murata announces availability of RFID tag module with I2C interface; Motorola Solutions intros Workabout Pro 4 mobile computer with new RFID options; Palace Resorts implements InvoTech's RFID-enabled laundry system; Xerafy, Censis Technologies partner on RFID for sterilization of surgical instruments; IDTechEx expects RFID market to grow 17 percent this year.
- Record Number of New Products to Be Showcased in RFID Journal LIVE! Exhibit Hall
RFID innovations designed to address the needs of companies in virtually all industries will be on display during the conference, which will be held on Apr. 8-10, in Orlando, Fla.
- Borda Technology Markets Active and Passive RFID Health-care Solution in the U.S.
The company's system, already in use at hospitals in Turkey, includes both passive and active tags for tracking patients, personnel and assets—all managed on a single software platform.
- Grady Memorial Hospital Puts RFID Technology at Work to 'Find It Now'
The hospital will use CenTrak's RTLS hardware and Intelligent InSites' software to track thousands of mobile assets.
- New Stainless-Steel Ultra-rugged Tag Promises Durability for Health Care, Oil and Gas
Xerafy's passive UHF RFID Roswell tag is being tested by health-care and oil and gas firms, and will be part of a new solution for tracking surgical equipment.
- Bechtel Added to Keynote Lineup at RFID Journal LIVE! 2014
Edward Koch, Bechtel's automation specialist, will explain how RFID helps the global engineering company reduce costs and improve efficiencies at the construction sites of three mega-sized industrial projects.
- Secure Care Unveils RTLS Solution for Hospitals
The company's EnVisionit solution offers a single platform for pinpointing the locations of patients, staff members and assets within a foot or less, and for managing that data.
- U.S. Biologics Distributor Markets RFID Solution to Its Customers
FFF Enterprises believes its Verified Inventory Program-Consignment system can lower a hospital's costs by automating the inventorying and monitoring of blood products, vaccines and pharmaceuticals stored in cabinets located onsite.
- Mainspring Healthcare Offers New Workflow Solution to Go With New Name
The company, previously known as St. Croix Systems, is supplying hospitals with a single software platform to manage multiple technologies, including RTLS and passive UHF RFID tags, to track the movements of goods and people, as well as sensor data.
- LIVE! 2014 to Feature Keynote Presentations from Airbus and the Veterans Health Administration
RFID Journal's 12th annual conference and exhibition will be held on Apr. 8-10 in Orlando, Fla.