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  • RFID Journal to Host Its Ninth Annual RFID Journal Awards

    Submissions are now being accepted, with winners to be announced in April at RFID Journal LIVE! 2015.

  • RFID Journal Introduces Internet of Things Conference

    The new event will be co-located with RFID Journal LIVE! 2015, which will be held on Apr. 16-17, in San Diego, Calif.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Zebra Technologies completes acquisition of Motorola Solutions' enterprise business ••• PDC Healthcare partners with MEPS Real-Time to sell Intelliguard system ••• EPC Solutions Taiwan adds Farsens RFID sensors to data-center solution ••• Tageos signs RFID licensing agreement with Round Rock Research ••• M2M Spectrum Networks, GlobeRanger prepare pilot project with Texan sheriff office ••• NC State professor studying ways to reduce RFID chip costs.

  • RFID Journal Launches Internet of Things Journal

    The new website will be devoted to covering Internet of Things technologies and their business applications.

  • U Grok It Releases UHF RFID Reader for Phones, Tablets

    The Grokker enables small and midsize businesses to read tags via their Android or iOS smartphones or tablets, using an app created for the purpose of collecting, managing and viewing data about the tagged items being read.

  • Major Beacon Deployment Takes Off at Miami International Airport

    Assisted by SITA Lab, the airport has deployed hundreds of Bluetooth beacons to encourage app development, and to give SITA's common use registry a test flight.

  • Wrestler-Turned-Entrepreneur Launches Concussion Tracker

    An injury sustained during a wrestling match led a young MIT graduate to develop a concussion-tracking system that leverages the Internet of Things.

  • RFID News Roundup

    NXP announces commercial release of NTAG I2C chip • • • U.S. Naval Research Lab designs RFID solution for NYC Fire Dept. • • • Sports stadium uses Radius Networks' beacons to give away meat pies • • • Tyco Retail Solutions updates TrueVUE software • • • Trimble, Digi-Key partner on distribution agreement.

  • InfraMarker Adds GPS, Cloud Services to Manage Buried Assets

    The company says the new edition of its RFID-enabled solution will bring underground assets into the Internet of Things.

  • PostNL Tracks Temperature-Sensitive Pharmaceuticals Via RFID

    The company has installed SenseAnywhere active UHF transceivers and receivers within the postal vehicles it operates in Belgium.

  • RFID News Roundup

    CipherLab intros software suite for its 8600 mobile computers; Great Wolf Lodge New England implements PDC's Smart Band RFID system; Norway's postal service deploys HID Global access-control technology; Lab ID unveils new NFC tag; U.S. postal service issues RFP for sensors and Internet of Things; TransTech systems adds UHF to integrated RFID solutions portfolio; new IoT survey from Fortinet reveals concerns about data security and privacy.

  • Zebra Buys Motorola Solutions' Enterprise Business

    With the purchase of a major supplier of fixed and handheld RFID readers, Zebra will now be one of the world's largest providers of RFID hardware, including printers, encoders and readers, as well as software.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Zebra Technologies debuts new solutions and IoT applications; William Frick & Co. introduces two new SmartMark RFID tags; Murata expands HF RFID tag family for tracking, certification and authentication applications; Q-Track unveils near-field RFID tag that weighs less than 2 ounces; RFTrail announces new RFID cart auditing tool for auditing assets; Xtreme RFID, Vizinex announce new mount-on-metal tag; Alien Technology launches European commercial four-port fixed UHF reader.

  • RFID News Roundup

    HID Global intros Seal Tag with integrated cable tie, settles patent lawsuits; InSync releases iApp Cobalt Platform for Internet of Things and RFID applications; Farsens unveils the Pyros, a battery-free RFID thermistor-based temperature sensor tag; Nomi puts its beacons in Easter eggs for high-tech hunt to raise money for charity; CNRFID, Convergent Software team up to develop RFID privacy impact assessment software; Agilent Technologies announces NFC Forum approval for analog test system; Beaconic's beacon technology gets Apple's iBeacon Mark.

  • Iotera Develops Active RFID Tag With 4-Mile Read Range

    The tag, which has a built-in GPS receiver, will be offered in consumer and enterprise versions, enabling users to identify a tag's location via an Iotera RFID reader and a hosted application.

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