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  • RFID News Roundup

    NXP's free online antenna-designing tool helps electronics manufacturers embed UHF tags in their products; RFIDdirect intros cold-chain tracking solution with CAEN RFID temperature loggers; Star Systems International announces secure headlamp tags for tolling and AVI applications; French sports retailer rolls out Nedap Retail's RFID-enabled EAS systems to hundreds of stores worldwide; Wooshping partners with GameLayer on NFC-based gamification solutions; Microsoft researchers develop 'acoustic NFC' technology for non-RFID phones.

  • Researchers Develop Energy-Harvesting NFC Tag With Sensors, E-Paper Display

    Intel and university scientists have created a prototype tag that can be interrogated, controlled and recharged by an NFC-enabled smartphone.

  • RFID Identifies Drunk Individuals Before They Drive

    Zouk, a popular Singapore nightclub, has tested a solution that uses sensors in men's urinals, as well as RFID-enabled valet parking stubs, alert the staff to any customers who should not be allowed to drive themselves home.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Guinness dispenses stout, NFC mobile marketing right from the tap; Trimble intros Micro-LTE UHF RFID module; Skytron unveils RFID-enabled smart cabinets for tracking health-care products; CastNET announces NFC-enabled digital-signage solution; Sensorstream launches NFC-enabled golf-ball marker.

  • RFID News Roundup

    IDTronic introduces new passive RFID tag for industrial environments; Michigan's Beaumont Hospital implements Ekahau RTLS to improve staff safety; Intermec to provide RFID equipment for U.S. Army's pRFID II passive RFID contract; Thinaire selects Verizon Terremark cloud to support NFC-enabled mobile marketing platform; French RFID company offers open-source RFID library for developers.

  • RFID in High Tech 2013 to Feature NFC Workshop

    RFID Journal's second event focused on the technology sector will educate attendees about how RFID technologies are being used in the high-tech value chain.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Isis readies national rollout of NFC-enabled Mobile Wallet; CAEN RFID announces RFID-enabled temperature logger with external probe; Tyco Retail Solutions expects 10 global retailers to pilot, deploy RFID this summer; ThingMagic unveils USB Plus+ RFID reader with improved read distance; Esensors developing gateway that links Bluetooth-enabled sensor data to the Internet of Things; Entigral announces new funding to support company growth.

  • News America Marketing Launches RFID-enabled Signs

    The provider of SmartSource advertising services is installing the solution using Thinaire NFC-based technology for in-store promotional displays, to deliver video, recipes and social-networking links to consumers.

  • Microsoft Researchers Develop 3D Passive ID Tags

    The InfraStruct system, currently in prototype, would use terahertz signals to identify an object via unique 3D shapes or hollowed sections built into its structure.

  • Wilkinson Retail Chain to Present Case Study at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe

    The British housewares and household goods retailer will explain how it uses RFID technologies to fight inventory loss, at RFID Journal's ninth annual European event, to be held on Oct. 15.

  • At Miami Concert, NFC RFID Helps Post Foods Market Its Products

    At the Honey Bunches of Oats-sponsored event, the company distributed boxes of cereal, along with NFC RFID cards that directed phones to questionnaires and downloadable music and videos.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! Europe to Feature Speakers from Leading End-User Companies

    The one-day event will highlight RFID deployments in the region, and demonstrate the latest technology solutions.

  • Registration Now Open for RFID Journal LIVE! Brasil

    RFID Journal's second Brazilian event will highlight how companies can benefit from RFID technologies today.

  • A Pair of Business Accelerators Focus on NFC RFID Startups

    AccelerateNFC and Startupbootcamp are providing mentorship and funding to Near Field Communication entrepreneurs in exchange for a percentage of equity.

  • University of Derby Researchers Seek New Ways to Use RFID

    The school's RFID Advanced Research group has carried out dozens of projects, including several designed to prevent bicycle accidents, monitor door production or improve construction-worker safety.

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