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  • RFID News Roundup

    Omni-ID, Extronics sign RFID global partnership agreement; RF Code announces wireless air-pressure sensor; Terso Solutions launches new RFID-enabled fridge; Micro-ID intros glass RFID tag for animal tracking; SkyBitz developing Dash7-compliant product; FIME to deliver NFC Forum certification; TagMaster collaborates with Siemens Mobility for vehicle detection.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! to Let Attendees Use RFID to Share Experiences via Facebook

    The hottest trend in social-media marketing will be put to the test at the event, being held on Apr. 12-14, 2011, in Orlando, Fla.

  • Monroe Americana Tracks Reusable Containers

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Argentinean drug wholesaler is using passive EPC Gen 2 RFID tags to identify and count any reusable plastic containers that are returned, as well as the customer that returned them.

  • RFID Plays Matchmaker at Conferences

    By Claire Swedberg

    Badge2Match's RFID-enabled badges light up whenever two people with complementary interests get close to each other.

  • Oregon Clinic Improves Access to Electronic Medical Records

    By Claire Swedberg

    Central Oregon Ear, Nose and Throat LLC is using an RFID system to save time and increase the security of files, by granting tagged personnel automatic access to electronic records as they approach a computer.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2011 to Feature Pavilion of French RFID Companies

    The new pavilion will feature some of France's leading RFID technology providers.

  • Researchers Find Biologics Not Harmed by RFID RF Signals

    By Claire Swedberg

    This finding results from a two-year study conducted by two universities and eight biopharmaceutical companies, to test any adverse effects to protein in the products following 24 hours' exposure to 8 watts of RF transmission.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Trimble, Truecount to deliver ThingMagic-powered RFID solutions; IDS Microchip releases new EPC-based Sensory Tag Chip; RF Code, Geist unveil data-center power-monitoring solution; PPG intros biodegradable Teslin substrate for smartcards, RFID inlays, more; taxis at Monterrey International Airport get tagged; SK Telecom exports EPC RFID reader USIM card to China.

  • Gador to Track Drugs in Argentina

    By Claire Swedberg

    The pharmaceutical company will employ an EPC Gen 2 RFID system to reduce the risk of counterfeiting, by applying a tag to each high-value product it ships.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2011 to Feature Live, End-to-End Apparel Supply Chain Demo

    GS1 US and leading technology providers will show, in the event's exhibit hall, individual apparel items being tagged at the source and tracked through a distribution center and a retail store to the point of sale.

  • German Label Manufacturer Boosts Shipments

    By Claire Swedberg

    Herma is using RFID tags and readers to track the locations of adhesive labels within its warehouse, based on the whereabouts of forklifts that pick up and deposit the pallets loaded with those labels.

  • ASICS Uses RFID to Inspire Marathon Runners

    By Claire Swedberg

    The manufacturer of running shoes and clothing is using the technology to provide video and images of friends and family members to racers as they pass RFID readers.

  • A Flurry of High-Memory Tags Take Flight

    By Claire Swedberg

    Marubeni Chemix and Xerafy are the latest companies to announce high-memory UHF passive tags for aircraft components, such as those being made for Airbus' A350 wide-body.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Psion and CAEN RFID unveil UHF-RFID snap-on for the Ikon; Rush Tracking Systems releases Orchestrator for RFID-enabled forklifts; Zebra offers RXi4 RFID printer-encoder to EMEA market; ROC IT Solutions delivers RFID-enabled solution to medical device manufacturer; Cedar Rapids library uses RFID to sort items for shelving; RF Code signs ITM Communications as first U.K. partner; TagMaster, SKIDATA partner on long-range UHF.

  • RFID Tracks Wooden Utility Poles at the Factory and in the Field

    By Claire Swedberg

    Cox Industries is using EPC Gen 2 tags to manage the storage and shipment of poles that it makes, while a South Carolina city is employing similar tags to manage its poles' inspection and maintenance.

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