- SenoRx Uses Implantable RFID Tags to Mark Breast Tumors
The company's system would allow radiologists to inject a passive RFID tag into a patient's breast, to help a surgeon locate a lesion during a lumpectomy.
- RFID Journal and RFID in Healthcare Consortium to Host RFID in Health Care Seminar
During RFID Journal LIVE! 2010, leading hospitals and clinics will reveal ways to improve patient outcomes while cutting costs, automating payments and reducing capital expenditures.
- Tunnel Construction Companies Use RFID Badges to Text Workers
Ekahau's Wi-Fi-based tags help management locate workers and communicate with them as they bore through mountains in northwest Spain.
- RFID Helps Naval Ships Defend Themselves From Missile Attacks
Lockheed Martin offers RFID functionality with its decoy-launching system, to help international navies ensure they fire the proper rounds.
- Centre Pompidou Hopes NFC Will Draw Teens to Art
The French museum's new Teen Gallery will feature NFC-enabled phones and displays enabling young visitors to interact with the museum and share artwork online with friends.
- German Researchers Make Metal Objects With RFID Inside
Fraunhofer's engineers demonstrate how to use selective laser sintering to integrate a standard passive tag within metal items as they are manufactured.
- Call for Submissions for the 2010 RFID Journal Awards
RFID Journal is now accepting submissions for the 2010 RFID Journal Awards, which will be awarded at next year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition, to be held on Apr. 14-16.
- TalkingPlug Uses RFID-Enabled Power Outlets for Energy Management
The system, developed by a company named Zerofootprint, places passive high-frequency RFID tags into the electric plugs of appliances and other devices.
- Industry Leaders to Explain Benefits of RFID-Provided Visibility
At RFID Journal LIVE! 2010, senior executives from Airbus, Conair, the Southeast Alabama Medical Center, the U.S. Department of Defense and other early RFID adopters will highlight the technology's ability to deliver total business visibility.
- Customers Tap and Pay in Sao Paulo
The Brazilian pilot, conducted by a large financial company, employs EPC Gen 2 RFID tags in stickers that attach to cell phones.
- NXP Shares Product Roadmap and Application Know-How
The RFID chip manufacturer plans to introduce new UHF chips by the end of this year, as well as a dual-frequency tag in 2011, with other innovations in the works.
- Registration Open for RFID Journal LIVE! 2010
The RFID industry's largest conference and exhibition, to be held on Apr. 14-16 in Orlando, Fla., will feature three co-located events designed to deliver additional value to attendees.
- Interactive Wine Kiosk Wows Customers
Bacaro, a wine retailer and delicatessen at Zurich Airport, says its sales have increased since installing the system, which uses passive RFID tags to provide information regarding each selection.
- Pramari Launches Free Open-Source RFID Middleware
The Rifidi Edge Server can manage EPC Gen 2 RFID interrogators and RFID reader data, as well as information from bar-code scanners, sensors and other hardware.
- Italian Pharmacy Gains Loyalty With RFID
ASM Venaria's customers are using NFC-enabled cards to track prescription purchases and the results of screenings, such as those measuring glucose or blood pressure levels.