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  • At Cooper Hewitt Museum, Visitors to Become Designers With NFC

    By Claire Swedberg

    The museum, located in New York City, is developing an NFC-based solution for its renovated exhibits at Carnegie Mansion that will allow visitors to create their own digital designs.

  • Carrefour to Use Bluetooth Beacons to Track Carts, Baskets

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company will be the second retailer to pilot a solution from Proximus to identify the locations of carts and baskets moving around stores, providing analytics regarding shopper behavior.

  • Aki Choklat Brings Authentication and Personalization to Luxury Bags

    By Claire Swedberg

    The shoes and accessories designer is selling handbags with a built-in NFC RFID tag that enables users not only to authenticate their bags, but also to create a travel diary—and track down a bag if it is ever stolen.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    AmerisourceBergen launches RFID-enabled medications packaging system ••• Scientists use Microsensys RFID technology to study pesticides' effects on bumblebees ••• EasyJet trials Estimote Bluetooth beacons at three European airports ••• Palos Community Hospital puts Versus RTLS in its operating rooms ••• PINC announces next-generation enterprise yard-management solution ••• Toshiba announces new RFID chip compliant with NFC Forum Type 3 specification ••• Trimble intros Apple iOS support in ThingMagic Mercury API.

  • Inditex CEO Announces RFID Expansion Plans

    By Paul Prince

    Already using RFID at 700 of its Zara stores, the company expects to have the technology installed at all of its nearly 2,000 Zara locations worldwide by 2016.

  • Vale, Veiling Holambra, Brazil's Army and Petrobras to Speak at LIVE! Brasil

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal's third Brazilian event will highlight how organizations across that nation are benefiting from RFID technologies.

  • ISA Boutique Tracks Inventory, Shopper Behavior Via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Hong Kong retailer is installing CSL readers and antennas in its display cabinets and on its sales counters, so that it can track when jewelry is removed, returned and purchased.

  • PostNL Tracks Temperature-Sensitive Pharmaceuticals Via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

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

  • RFID Speeds Police Vehicles Through Assembly

    By Claire Swedberg

    Troy Design and Manufacture is expanding an EPC UHF RFID system to track the movements of Ford vehicles through 10 or more procedures that modify the cars for use by police forces.

  • NFC Promotion Boosts Pepsi's Midwest Sales

    By Claire Swedberg

    Rehrig Pacific intends to launch a second promotion, following an initial pilot program that enabled shoppers with NFC phones to tap a tag on the plastic trays on which soda bottles are displayed to access a hockey-game discount and Pepsi promotional info.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Farsens introduces RFID-enabled light detector; Neology receives OmniAir 6C certification for RFID tags; IDTronic adds new soft, flexible RFID wristband to lineup; VivaLnk announces Digital Tattoo; Panasonic updates Toughpad FZ-G1 10-inch rugged Windows tablet with RFID options.

  • NFC Takes Flight With Air France at Toulouse Blagnac Airport

    By Claire Swedberg

    SITA Lab is leading a six-month pilot enabling passengers to move more quickly through security lines, access a VIP lounge and board planes using RFID-readable boarding passes stored on their mobile phones.

  • RFID Is the Cure for San Francisco Construction Project

    By Claire Swedberg

    Shimmick Construction has deployed an active UHF system, provided by Wake, Inc., that captures the temperature of concrete as it hardens after being poured.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    DHL adds 13 locations throughout the Americas to its life-sciences Thermonet network; EM Microelectronic announces COiN Bluetooth smart beacon; SkyeTek unveils new UHF RFID module; International oil and gas company implements Precyse Technologies' RTLS to boost worker safety; RFID takes part in University of Texas at Dallas commencement ceremony.

  • National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art Adopts Active-Passive RFID Solution

    By Claire Swedberg

    The RFID system, provided by EPC Solutions Taiwan, is designed so that the museum can view the real-time location of artwork on display or being moved within its warehouse.

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