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  • Simon to Implement Bluetooth Beacons at 240 Malls, Outlets

    By Claire Swedberg

    Mobiquity Networks' Mobi-Beacon system will allow shoppers at Simon malls to automatically receive information and offers from merchants.

  • New NFC Solution Prevents Counterfeit Liquor in Taiwan

    By Claire Swedberg

    UserStar has developed an NFC tag that transmits a unique 'encrypted verification code' only once, via an NFC-enabled phone running a special app, and is then encoded with a new encrypted verification code, thereby preventing tag cloning.

  • TimeForge Intros Beacon-based Solution for Managing Staff, Assets

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The company's PlaceForge system can locate personnel in real time via Bluetooth readers that receive signals from beacons incorporated into key fobs.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    William Frick & Co. intros RFID label for tracking high-voltage insulators ••• Farsens announces passive UHF tag with switch-monitoring sensor ••• IDTronic unveils new flexible, lightweight UHF tag ••• IPC Media delivers magazine discounts via beacons at One Stop stores ••• Orderella, TAMOCO team up on beacon- and NFC-enabled apps for pubs and bars ••• Identytec offers e-kanban system made with steute Schaltgeräte wireless sensors.

  • Beacon-based Scavenger Hunt Is a Hit at Ball Game

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Durham Bulls introduced a Radius Networks BLE solution that not only enables fans to play games, but also lets the team and its partners manage parking and deliver promotional offers.

  • C2MTL Manages Its Conference Via UHF RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Organizers of the C2MTL 2014 event used Connect&Go's RFID readers at gates to provide fast event access to attendees, as well as RFID chandeliers to monitor traffic within several zones at the conference.

  • RFID Helps Mondelez Market Its Trident Gum

    By Edson Perin

    The company is testing how smartphone apps and Bluetooth beacons can deliver benefits to college-age consumers and the university canteens where they purchase chewing gum.

  • IDriveThru Leverages Toll-Tag Technology at Drive-Through Restaurants

    By Samuel Shaw

    The system uses the E-ZPass toll tag already installed in a customer's car to provide personalized service and electronic payment.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Kontakt.io unveils Cloud Beacon to manage Bluetooth beacons ••• HID Global adds HF tags to SlimFlex portfolio ••• Radius Networks to provide beacons for ATIV's EventPilot conference app ••• NFC tags give voice to London's Talking Statues ••• SeManTiK initiative studies physical endurance of contactless smart cards.

  • British Clothing Retailer Sees RFID as 'Enriching Experience'

    By Claire Swedberg

    Giulio is using privacy-protecting RFID technology from Friendly Technologies to determine which garments shoppers are interested in, and to prompt a touchscreen to display information about those products.

  • HotSpot Beacon Solution Aims to Prevent Parking Tickets

    By Claire Swedberg

    Merchants in two Canadian cities have deployed the beacons so that their customers can get meter alerts and pay for parking via a smartphone app, as well as receive promotional offers.

  • L'Oréal Italia Prevents Warehouse Collisions Via RTLS

    By Claire Swedberg

    An active RFID solution ensures forklift operators are alerted when they near another vehicle or pedestrian, as well as to provide data analytics about any near-misses.

  • Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust to Expand RTLS Deployment

    By Claire Swedberg

    The U.K. organization intends to use Stanley Healthcare tags and software to track high-value equipment, monitor hand-washing, manage patient flow and facilitate a number of other tasks.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Epicurious to use Swirl beacons to deliver localized services to in-store shoppers; Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park adopts InvoTech uniform-tracking system; iZipline to integrate PackageTagz app with HID Global’s Trusted Tag Services.

  • Cubiq Uses RFID to Create 'Magic Closet'

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The company's On-Demand Concierge Storage Service uses passive UHF tags and Alien and U Grok It readers to catalog, store and deliver each client’s belongings.

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