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  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    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.

  • At Winter Resort, RFID Goes Downhill

    By Claire Swedberg

    Glissades des Pays d'en Haut, in Quebec, is using passive UHF tags to track the operation of its multi-passenger sleds, and to make sure they hurtle down the trails safely, one at a time.

  • Volkswagen Group's Uruguayan Importer Improves Efficiency Through RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is already using passive UHF tags to track tools, and expects sometime next year to begin tagging the Audi and Volkswagen cars it sells and maintains.

  • North Carolina Transportation Dept. Tracks Precast Concrete and Samples

    By Claire Swedberg

    The agency's suppliers and inspectors are using UHF RFID tags, as well as handheld readers and a cloud-based server, to identify when construction materials are made and then inspected.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    RFID joins "The Marvel Experience: The World's First Hyper-Reality Tour" ••• CSL intros CS6821 high-performance passive UHF access card ••• Swirl launches in-store mobile ad exchange ••• ADR announces new installations of its RFID-enabled Workforce Monitor ••• HID Global, RFI carry out HID Mobile Access pilot at Netflix ••• Mühlbauer opens second production plant in Asia.

  • Deere-Hitachi Excavator Factory Improves Work-in-Progress

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company has deployed AeroScout RFID tags and exciters to identify when an excavator passes from one work station to the next, or is pulled off the assembly line.

  • Cable Company Reels in Benefits With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Keystone Cable's warehouse in Singapore has deployed a solution consisting of Xerafy passive UHF tags, a Phychips dongle reader and SIMTech's smartphone app, reducing the time employees spend searching for reels of cable by 90 percent.

  • French Nuclear Plant Service Provider Tracks Containers Via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    SPIE Nucléaire is using handheld readers to record the locations and conditions of equipment containers that it has fitted with passive UHF tags.

  • Iron Mine Uses RFID to Locate and Control Equipment

    By Claire Swedberg

    Precyse Technologies' Smart Agent active tags enable the mining company to know where its generators, welding equipment and mobile lighting are located, as well as switch the lighting on and off.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Checkpoint Systems' Check-Net system can now print, encode, test a million RFID labels in 24 hours ••• BeSpoon unveils 3D RTLS development kits ••• Holland RFID merges with InfoChip Systems ••• PDC announces two new RFID wristbands, partnership for Squamish Valley Music Festival ••• Turck's Q120 compact UHF read-write head now broadly available.

  • John Lewis Store to Furnish Its Customers With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The retailer's flagship store is launching a pilot involving RFID-tagged furniture shapes and fabric samples, to allow customers to view selected chairs, sofas and coverings displayed on a computer monitor.

  • RFID Journal Launches Internet of Things Journal

    By RFID Journal

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

  • At WesleyLife Retirement Community, RFID Brings Freedom to Residents

    By Claire Swedberg

    The system, from Stanley Healthcare, brings peace of mind to the citizenry of The Village, by enabling them to request help regardless of where they are on the 37-acre campus.

  • Chico's Finds RFID a Good Fit at 13 of Its Soma Intimates Stores

    By Claire Swedberg

    The technology enables the stores to track merchandise as it arrives and leaves, providing visibility into inventory levels and ensuring that customers can always find the sizes and styles they need.

  • Hong Kong Electroplating Company Speeds Up Production With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Jing Mei Industrial is using passive UHF tags and readers to better track workflow.

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