May 3-5
2016
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  • U.K Linen Service Cleans Up With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Fishers Services is using passive UHF tags to track the receipt, washing and delivery of towels and sheets, thereby gaining visibility into where those items are located, as well as which are delayed or may be missing.

  • RFID Journal Announces Winners of Its 10th Annual Awards

    By RFID Journal

    Decathlon and Florida Hospital are among the winners for 2016, chosen at this week's LIVE! event, being held in Orlando.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Invengo establishes 'Kangxi' RFID reader family ••• Nedap intros !D Hand 2 mobile RFID reader for retailers ••• TexTrace unveils new woven RFID brand label with Impinj Monza R6-P ••• Fujitsu ships new UHF RFID tags for flat linens, fashion apparel, accessories ••• Harting intros UHF RFID reader for railway, other industrial applications ••• SML Group launches new, smaller RFID inlays with latest NXP ICs ••• Identiv intros new UHF tags, HF library labels ••• Dolphin RFID unveils new UHF RFID-enabled locks, RFID reader.

  • Kathrein Group Acquires NoFilis

    By Claire Swedberg

    The acquisition will allow the two companies to sell complete turnkey solutions combining Kathrein's RFID readers and antennas with noFilis' CrossTalk software.

  • U.S. Retailer Tries Keonn's AdvanRobot Tag-Reading Robot

    By Claire Swedberg

    The latest version of the AdvanRobot is designed to be operated with a cell phone, and can be folded up for storage or movement to another location.

  • High-end Clothing Factory Outlet Tries RTLS for Inventory Management

    By Claire Swedberg

    The real-time location system is enabling stores operated by Diffusione Tessile, a division of the Max Mara Group, to improve customer service—and, hopefully, sales—by providing nearly 100 percent inventory visibility.

  • Delta Gives Green Light to RFID Baggage Tracking

    By Paul Prince

    The airline has installed thousands of RFID readers across its U.S. operations.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Checkpoint releases circular tag for health, beauty products; boosts production capabilities ••• Farsens unveils prototype RFID sensor tags ••• RFID, RTLS adoption to rise in warehouses, according to Zebra study ••• Startup reelyActive launches Bluetooth-enabled customer-tracking service ••• STiD unveils two new UHF RFID tags for aerospace, oil and gas industries ••• GS1 UK survey shows growing RFID adoption by apparel sector ••• Radley and Smart Label Solutions announce partnership.

  • Alien Releases New IC With Longer Read-Write Range, Error Protection

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company's Higgs-EC chip and inlays, as well as an Android-based handheld reader, are all designed to accommodate the rapid growth of item-level RFID tagging and the need to read those tags in high volumes.

  • Leaders from Across All Major Industries to Attend RFID Journal LIVE! 2016

    By RFID Journal

    Business professionals representing leading companies from a record-setting 60 countries and 40 industries will attend the conference and exhibition, to be held on May 3-5, in Orlando.

  • Nicklaus Children's Hospital Uses NFC Tags, BLE Beacons to Manage Inspections, Assets

    By Claire Swedberg

    The technology includes NFC RFID tags for facilitating inspections and a beacon-based RTLS solution for identifying the locations of assets, personnel and patients.

  • Skin-thin NFC Patch Goes to Market

    By Claire Swedberg

    A version of the adhesive patch—no thicker than a human hair—is currently being tested by L'Oreal to help consumers track their sun exposure.

  • Craft Brewery Uses Beacons to Draw Customers to Its Taps

    By Claire Swedberg

    Schlafly's app employs Juxtad's TapTalker technology to send push notifications to individuals who come within range of a beer tap fitted with a beacon.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    TexTrace, Eximia partner on mobile solution for fashion brand protection ••• Turck offers smartphone app, U Grok It handheld reader to industrial customers ••• Smart Technology Group announces UHF RFID lanyard ••• Low-cost RFIDcoder cloud-based service aims to simplify tag encoding, decoding ••• SML Group releases smaller RFID inlay with Monza R6 chip for retail.

  • Avery Dennison Aims to Deliver Product Info Via RFID, Bar Codes

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Janela Smart Products Platform will enable consumers and businesses to scan product labels, provided by Avery, and access related information delivered by EVRYTHNG's cloud-based software.

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