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  • 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.

  • Minho University's Social Services Department Tags Its Assets

    By Claire Swedberg

    SASUM is using handheld RFID readers and passive EPC Gen 2 tags to track and store data regarding the conditions and locations of 20,000 pieces of furniture, computers and other items.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2013 to Feature IEEE RFID 2013 Colocated Event

    The 11th annual conference and exhibition will host the IEEE Technical Committee's RFID event for the fifth year running.

  • Online Grocer Tracks Orders Via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Spanish company Tudespensa.com can ensure that goods picked and loaded with an automated system are delivered properly, by reading RFID tags on the totes in which those items are packed, using technology from RFID Dipole.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By RFID Journal

    Omni-ID adds to line of tags for industrial and warehouse applications; Nanotron, Mecomo unveil new RFID solution combining GPS and indoor tracking; Elatec-RFID intros development kit for mini NFC reader; GlobeRanger announces cloud-based version of its RFID edge-management and middleware solution; SpaceCode partners with Sarin Technologies for gem and jewelry solution.

  • Honeywell to Buy Intermec

    By Claire Swedberg

    The acquisition, slated to close in mid-2013, will provide Honeywell's Scanning & Mobility division with more product offerings, as well as help it accelerate the company's development of RFID handheld reader products.

  • Pilots of CSL's Battery-Assisted Passive UHF RFID Card Underway

    By Claire Swedberg

    Several dozen sites, including a large U.S. retailer and a private school in India, are testing the company's tag, which offers a read range of up to 80 feet without obstructions, and about 15 feet when attached to a person's body.

  • RFID Helps IKEA Furniture Maker Eliminate Shipping Errors

    By Claire Swedberg

    Lithuanian company Klaipedos Baldai attaches EPC RFID tags to pallets of products it sends to IKEA stores worldwide, ensuring that only the correct items are loaded onto trucks.

  • Avery Dennison Expands Its Monza 5 Tag Family

    By Claire Swedberg

    Three new tags join two existing models—all made with Impinj's Monza 5 chip—resulting in a lineup intended to provide greater versatility with a variety of sizes and, in some cases, longer read ranges.

  • Bergische Security Co. Gains Visibility Via NFC

    By Claire Swedberg

    The firm uses NFC-enabled mobile phones and RFID tags to monitor security guards at its client sites.

  • Knapp Conveyor Uses RFID to Help Sort and Pack Items in Proper Sequence

    By Rhea Wessel

    The hanging conveyor system, outfitted with passive tags and readers, is being installed at a warehouse run by Olymp, a German manufacturer of men's shirts.

  • RFID Scores High at Mind Sports' Scrabble Tournament

    By Claire Swedberg

    Last weekend, the world's greatest Scrabble players went head-to-head using an RFID-enabled board, tiles and tile holder, enabling online spectators to follow the action in real time.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Transcends upgrades Rifidi open-source RFID software, introduces new appliances, reader; Napa Valley's AuburnJames Winery to test RFID-enabled pallets; ADR's Automated Workforce Monitor service initiated at Texas construction sites; Minneapolis Institute of Arts' parking lot uses TagMaster RFID tags; Toshiba certifies Omni-ID UltraThin IQ 400 and IQ 600 RFID labels; Intellitix intros RFID MiniPortal.

  • Helsinki Commuters Use RFID to Get Transit Updates, Post Messages

    By Claire Swedberg

    By tapping an NFC-enabled phone against the tags installed at 211 tram stops, riders can buy tickets or upload and view comments on Helsinki Region Transport's online message wall.

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