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  • RFID News Roundup

    Balluff unveils new long-range RFID reader ••• Identiv, Dai Nippon Printing partner on UHF RFID tags for monitoring bridge cracks ••• Tönnjes RFID system identifies automobiles in Kenya ••• Telink Semiconductor releases updated BLE chip SDK for Apple HomeKit ••• Haldor RFID products count and track sponges, surgical instruments ••• Harting showcases Industry 4.0 solutions incorporating RFID.

  • Fresno Medical Center Uses RFID Technology to Revamp Parking Access

    The updated system improves efficiency without sacrificing safety, according to TagMaster North America, the solution's provider.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2017 to Feature Eight Preconference Seminars

    This year's topics will include content for the energy and retail sectors and for IT professionals, as well as how to track medical devices, and warehouse and inventory management.

  • Japanese Hospital Trials UHF Patient Wristband

    SATO, the wristband technology provider, is testing the new product with the hospital to confirm that it does not interfere with pacemakers or other implantable devices, while also viewing how it boosts efficiency and patient comfort.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Zebra Technologies unveils mobile handheld devices for clinical mobility workflow, patient care ••• STMicroelectronics offers NFC technology for secure contactless payments, IoT ••• Brady, Vizinex RFID partner on aerospace tags ••• AiRISTA Flow, Conexus provide RTLS solutions to military hospitals ••• Shenzhen Chuangxinjia intros new RFID label for multiple applications ••• iSEEK Corp. announces compact shape code for embedded identification apps ••• Juniper Systems integrates UHF RFID with Mesa 2 rugged tablet.

  • West Virginia Clinic Cuts Patient Wait Times With RFID

    Stanley Healthcare's MobileView Analytics platform is helping Davis Medical Center to identify the average wait and visit times for each patient, and to improve efficiency based on that data.

  • RFID Tracks Blood for Pediatric Transfusions

    BloodCenter of Wisconsin and technology company Fresenius Kabi have piloted an RFID solution at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, to test how well the system helps to ensure that blood products are moved efficiently and are not overstocked or wasted when split into child-sized doses.

  • RFID News Roundup

    IDTronic releases new turnstile RFID gate readers ••• Nedap announces weatherproof, durable RFID tag ••• Invengo unveils slim UHF RFID tag for linen tracking ••• Rauland Responder, Versus Technology intro nurse-call and RTLS integration for hospital workflow automation ••• Socket Mobile expands contactless reader-writer product line ••• Technavio predicts large RTLS market growth in health care.

  • RFID News Roundup

    SATO Healthcare partners with Mie University Hospital to develop patient wristbands, establishes group company in Taiwan ••• Datalogic offers new readers, temperature logger ••• MSS Software intros ultra-rugged mobile readers ••• TagMaster unveils mini UHF reader for access control ••• Imec debuts plastic NFC tag.

  • Suzuken Group Deploys RFID-Enabled Coolers for Drug Tracking

    The system, provided by ASD Healthcare, was piloted for 18 months, and now will include approximately 1,000 coolers at distribution sites, hospitals and drug stores.

  • Infinite Biomedical Technologies Releases HF Version of RFID-Enabled Prosthetic Hand With Locking Capability

    The company has developed the morph2 to be a smaller, lighter version of its predecessor, enabling wearers to identify an object and adjust the hand's grip accordingly.

  • JADAK to Purchase ThingMagic

    The $20 million acquisition will allow the medical device technology provider to expand its offerings further into UHF RFID products and solutions, as well as service the government, hospitality and manufacturing industries.

  • Stanley Healthcare Brings Managed Services to RTLS Customers

    The company is signaling a more service-based approach to the health-care market with a package of services that include calibration of environmental RTLS tags, asset tag management—including battery replacement—proactive onsite services for infant protection and other critical or safety-based tags, and analytics for future improvements of RTLS deployments.

  • PillDrill Uses RFID to Bring Peace of Mind

    The system is designed to simplify medication adherence for patients, and to reassure caregivers and loved ones.

  • Amcor Uses NFC RFID for S.M.R.T Pill Dispenser

    The device, which can be configured for any pill bottle, records when pills are removed, enabling a doctor or caretaker to utilize NFC-enabled smartphones to monitor a patient's compliance.

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