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  • German Clothing Retailer Adler Gives RFID Robots a Spin

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is among several retailers that are using MetraLabs' new Tory robotic system to automatically count inventory and record merchandise locations within its stores.

  • X Games Goes High-Tech

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    At last month's competition in Aspen, Intel mounted wireless sensor modules to slopestyle and big-air competitors' snowboards in an attempt to quantify awesome.

  • RFID Helps Land-Surveying Agency Chart an Efficient Course

    By Claire Swedberg

    Taiwan's National Land Surveying and Mapping Center has gained visibility into each of its 200,000 maps so that they can be accessed by individuals who need to borrow or copy them.

  • RFID Monitors Parking Spaces for the Disabled

    By Claire Swedberg

    The English city of Westminster is using technology provided by Smart Parking to identify when unauthorized vehicles are parked in spaces reserved for specific motorists with disabilities.

  • Neutraceutical Company to Use eAgile's RFID Solution to Track Its Products

    By Claire Swedberg

    The firm has ordered millions of eSeal bottle enclosures to manage the bottling and shipping of products, with long-term plans to track them throughout the supply chain.

  • Beverage Company Uses RTLS to Turn Skaters Into Artists

    By Claire Swedberg

    As part of a campaign to advertise a Russian beer brand, skaters' movements were tracked on a Moscow ice rink, enabling them to create drawings they could display in real time on the rink's large video screen, and share on social media.

  • RFID Professional Institute Teams With InstructedU for Certification Exams

    By RFID Journal

    The partnership will enable RFID professionals worldwide to take proctored certification exams via the Internet.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    HID Global intros new Brick Tag Ceramic and SlimFlex on-metal tags ••• GAO RFID launches new 2.45 GHz active readers ••• Smartrac unveils extra-compact UHF RFID inlays for retail applications ••• OnlineLabels.com adds RFID labels to product lineup ••• Datalogic acquires 20 percent stake in CAEN RFID ••• TimBar uses Shelfbucks' beacon platform for point-of-purchase displays.

  • Virginia Startup Offers RTLS Solution for Live Shooter Training

    By Claire Swedberg

    Momentum Aerospace Group's offering incorporates Zebra's ultra-wideband-based real-time location system to help law-enforcement organizations measure and analyze trainees' performance.

  • RFID Ignites Interest in Nazi Explosives Museum

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Exploseum Military Technology Center, in Poland, is using passive HF and UHF RFID tags to provide access to visitors to the site's various sections, as well as monitor each guest's location.

  • PAL Robotics Rolls Out Tag-Reading Robot

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Barcelona firm expects to provide the newest version of its motorized StockBot to retailers for long-term pilots later this year, to count inventory by reading RFID tags.

  • LIVE! 2016 to Feature RFID Professional Institute Certification Exam, Six RFID Courses

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal's 14th annual conference and exhibition will offer attendees the chance to become Institute-certified, and provide training in RFID deployment and applications development.

  • Kuwait's Ministry of Justice Assesses RFID File Tracking

    By Claire Swedberg

    The system uses EPC Gen 2 passive UHF RFID tags to track the locations and movements of legal files at the ministry's Justice Palace in Kuwait City.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Tyco Retail Solutions adds fitting room analytics to its TrueVUE software suite ••• Smart Technology Group's Master 01 RFID reader gets 'smart mode' ••• Northern Apex intros mini RFID handheld reader ••• Quuppa's beacon-based RTLS technology powers Fujitsu's Ubiquitousware products ••• Cisper Electronics becomes Invengo distributor.

  • At Reeperbahn Festival, Beacons Helped Music-Industry Pros Do Their Jobs

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Attendees used the Logbook tool in the festival's app, in conjunction with Bluetooth beacons, to automatically track which musicians they heard and generate a playlist for later reference.

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