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  • Camera Robot Tracks Its Moving Pictures Via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Move 'N See is using ultra-wideband technology from DecaWave as part of its indoor positioning and robotics solution, Pixio, enabling the automatic filming of moving athletes or other individuals.

  • Hanjin Newport Co. Expedites Loading and Unloading With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Korean terminal operator is using a Mojix-based solution provided by Qbit to ensure that the automated crane is ready to meet a vehicle for unloading or loading, thereby improving efficiency.

  • RFID Improves Tracking of Tissue and Medical Devices

    By Claire Swedberg

    Since Champion Medical Technologies added an RFID feature to its UDITracker solution, hospitals using the solution have reported that the technology has helped reduce the loss of high-value products.

  • Supervision Sees a Market for Fixed Battery-powered UHF Readers

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company says its readers will be so inexpensive and easy to deploy that they can be installed in every doorway, thereby providing room-level visibility at less cost than an RTLS.

  • Smart Shoes Lead to Clean Hands

    By Claire Swedberg

    French startup MediHandTrace is providing hospitals with a system that uses RFID-tagged footwear to track whether staff members are following proper hand-hygiene protocols.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Fox IV introduces new RFID printer-applicator ••• Imagotag announces multimillion-euro ESL contract with international retailer ••• Cisco, Identiv collaborate on RFID-enabled physical access security ••• Gimbal, PlaceWise Media partner on beacons and apps for retailers ••• Beacon, IoT adoption by airlines set to soar, new SITA report finds ••• AIM creates new committee to promote track and trace for the food industry.

  • Sensors Track Traffic Congestion at Port of Aalburg

    By Claire Swedberg

    A Bluetooth-based solution from BLIP Systems employs sensors to capture transmissions from phones and other Bluetooth-enabled devices in trucks and cars, as well as software on a hosted server to analyze traffic conditions and prompt the display of alerts on traffic signage.

  • Terso Makes a Case for Mobile Tracking of Medical Devices

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company's RFID-enabled hard case, known as a trunk stock kit, uses a cellular connection to transmit the status of the implantable items and surgical tools stored inside it.

  • EasyView's Beacon Solution Reaches Out to House Hunters

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company's app and service, used in conjunction with GeLo Bluetooth beacons, provide prospective homebuyers with an easy way to receive information on their phones when they come within 180 feet of a property for sale.

  • Refrigerator Magnet Brings Medical Data to Emergency Responders

    By Claire Swedberg

    EMS SignPost's solution features a magnet with a built-in NFC RFID tag and software on a cloud-based server to store health-related information about a home's residents.

  • West African Examinations Council Manages Student Testing Via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Exam supervisors in Nigeria have been using readers to capture data from RFID-enabled badges to verify each student's authenticity, as well as create an electronic record of who took a particular test.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    IDTronic intros new industrial UHF readers with integrated antennas ••• Netherlands' Groninger Museum launches beacon-enabled app ••• Tadbik shoe tags kept time at the Nike Women's 5K in Istanbul ••• GuardRFID adds temperature measurement, other features to TotGuard solution ••• Palex unveils redesigned smart cabinet for hospital supplies ••• Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas adopts ASSA Abloy RFID wristbands, locks.

  • Car Journalists Take RFID for Test-Drive

    By Claire Swedberg

    A system involving passive UHF tags helps a logistics company track the movements of loaned vehicles during events showcasing the release of new models.

  • Agilent Launches RFID-enabled Lab-Equipment Inventory Service

    By Claire Swedberg

    Several pharmaceutical companies and other research facilities have opted for the service, whereby Agilent's staff uses handheld UHF RFID readers to track the location and status of equipment.

  • Booz Allen IoT Prototypes Signal Move Toward Health-Care, Emergency-Response Products

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The consultancy is developing a platform to improve data security at hospitals, as well as a safety system for first-responders.

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