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  • U.K. Startup Company Launches "Wide-Area" EPC RFID Prototype System

    By Claire Swedberg

    PervasID claims its technology can cover up to a 400-square-meter area, providing near 100 percent read rate, by means of a single EPC Gen 2 UHF reader.

  • RFID News Roundup

    ThingMagic reader to be part of ng Connect's Connected Service Vehicle demo; NXP implements mobile-payment system at its Dutch production facility; Zebra Technologies certifies Omni-ID on-metal labels for printer compatibility; Hong Kong RFID intros active RFID reader enclosure; Truecount unveils new channel program, J.D. Associates joins as reseller; InvoTech Systems' RFID solution tracks uniforms at Santa Ana Star Casino and Mandarin Oriental, Boston; NFC Forum forges links with Global Certification Forum, Int'l Air Transport Association and Wi-Fi Alliance.

  • Wellhead Manufacturer Tracks Products Via RTLS

    By Claire Swedberg

    A Wi-Fi-based AeroScout RFID solution, installed by Boston Networks, allows FMC Technologies to track the location and, thus, the status of each piece of equipment as it is assembled or serviced.

  • Norwegian Trash Collector Uses RFID to Clean Up Its Operations

    By Claire Swedberg

    The firm is employing AMCS Group's radio frequency identification solution to track each truck's pickup routes, ensure accounts are paid before trash bins are dumped, and know when a bin may contain the wrong sorts of items.

  • Motorola Leads Sponsorship Lineup for RFID Journal LIVE! 2013

    The RFID technology provider will be the cornerstone and registration sponsor at LIVE!, to be held from Apr. 30 to May 2. Additional sponsors include Impinj, NXP Semiconductors, RFID Global Solution and Zebra Technologies.

  • Gammon Steel Tracks Modular Components for Buildings

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is using an RFID solution from Tecton to record when prefabricated units leave its factory and are installed at construction sites, thus ensuring that mistakes are not made.

  • RFID Eliminates Shrinkage at Borsheims' Jewelry Store

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Berkshire Hathaway-owned retailer is using TJS' ZeroShrink software and RFID technology to capture daily inventory counts and sales data for watches and high-value jewelry.

  • New Solution From Stanley Healthcare, GetWellNetwork Helps Keep Hospital Patients Informed

    By Claire Swedberg

    The system, already in use at Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel, combines Stanley's RTLS RFID technology with GetWellNetwork's Interactive Patient Care platform.

  • BarMaxx RFID Solution Tracks Liquor Usage By Weight

    By Claire Swedberg

    Several bars are currently utilizing the system, which sends alerts with video footage to management if a bottle ends up missing or a pour is too heavy or light.

  • MAINtag Beefs Up Its RFID Offerings, to Meet Demands in Aerospace

    By Claire Swedberg

    The French company opened a division in the U.S., and is expanding its tag, reader and software portfolio to address the growing needs of the aerospace industry for tracking parts.

  • R-pac Offers Small EPC UHF Label With Long Range Read

    By Claire Swedberg

    Macy's, JC Penney and other major retailers have already tested the new labels, made with Smartrac's new WebLite inlay.

  • RFID-based Automotive Network Project Achieves Its Goals

    By Rhea Wessel

    Some project partners, including Bosch, plan to take the results of the RAN project into the operational phase.

  • RFID News Roundup

    QuikQ installs more than 1,000 UHF RFID systems at fueling stations; Hong Kong RFID unveils kit to evaluate sensor tags and environmental, hazards monitoring solution; Ekahau, Meraki join forces on cloud-based Wi-Fi RTLS; Times-7 picks Arcadian as new North American distributor for its RFID antennas.

  • Bereket Doner Tracks Its Meat Products Via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Turkish company is using EPC Gen 2 RFID technology to track goods as they are loaded onto pallets and weighed prior to shipping, while also ensuring against theft by reading tags passing through doorways.

  • Android Industries' Auto Subassembly Plant Boosts Efficiency

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company cuts labor costs by 10 percent and improves safety, by using Zebra Technologies' Material Flow system for parts replenishment.

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