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  • Chitale Dairy Uses RFID to Improve Milk Yields

    By Claire Swedberg

    The system, developed at Bombay Veterinary College, combines RFID and cell-phone technologies to track data related to cow and water buffalo health in small farms.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Damco joins Dash7 Alliance; NXP opens RFID application and system center in China; Cubic acquires assets of Impeva Labs; DeviceFidelity announces mobile contactless payment solution for iPhone; Arbor Technology intros rugged tablet PC with HF RFID reader; Avera McKennan expands use of Versus RTLS to surgery center.

  • GS1 Group Completes Early Phase of E-Pedigree Model

    By Claire Swedberg

    The organization's 2015 Readiness Program includes 50 companies in the pharmaceutical supply chain simulating the movement of products from a manufacturer to a drug store, as well as the electronic data that is captured, stored and shared along the way.

  • RFID Journal Launches Solutions Showcase

    To highlight rapidly evolving RFID solutions, the company will hold a live 30-minute presentation by one RFID technology vendor every Friday at 2 pm Eastern time.

  • NASCAR Keeps Races Safe With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Low-frequency passive tags ensure that vehicles in the Sprint Cup Series use NASCAR-issued fuel cells, and that their approved chassis are not altered, making them more vulnerable in a crash.

  • RFID Helps Texas Theme Park Cater to Special-Needs Guests

    By Claire Swedberg

    Morgan's Wonderland says the technology helps its visitors feel safe and comfortable, ensuring that they receive any assistance they might require, and that they do not get lost or wander off.

  • Denver Rolls Along on RFID-Powered Bikes

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The city's bicycle-sharing program, Denver B-cycle, employs passive tags to automate the dispensing and usage of 500 bikes available at dozens of sites, as well as analyze routes taken by the participants.

  • RFID Journal Announces Speakers for Health-Care Event

    Leading hospital executives will present case studies at RFID in Health Care West.

  • U.S. Customs' Bonded Warehouse Deploys Virtual Perimeter

    By Claire Swedberg

    The facility, located at JFK Airport, is using active RFID tags and readers from Axcess International to track individuals as they move between public storage and a secured area.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Ubisense launches intrinsically safe location-tracking tags; TrigPoint provides RFID-based safety solution for drilling contractor; HID Global intros passive tag for waste management; Toledo Ticket, TransCore launch RFID-based hangtags for parking, access control; VizBee announces availability of RTLS platform; Humber River Hospital selects Versus RTLS to improve patient flow.

  • RFID Helps Foresters Grow Koa Trees

    By Claire Swedberg

    Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods uses EPC Gen 2 tags to identify each tree it raises and then harvests for its investors.

  • Zimmer Ohio to Use RFID to Manage Orthopedic Products

    By Claire Swedberg

    The distributor of replacement joints is automating its order-fulfillment and inventory-tracking processes, and expects to recoup its investment within a year.

  • Hamburg's Rail Operator Continues to Roll Out RFID

    By Rhea Wessel

    Hochbahn, which serves half a million commuters a day, is installing TagMaster RFID interrogators at rail ties along its new U4 line.

  • Automotive Project Shows a Single RFID Tag Can Carry Data Encoded by Multiple Users

    By Claire Swedberg

    Based on the results of tests involving General Motors and Grupo Antolin, the Automotive Industry Action Group says its members are moving closer to implementing RFID to track reusable containers.

  • RFID News Roundup

    ARC Advisory Group finds more companies plan on RFID to manage assets; Atmel rolls out ZigBee-based suite for smart energy, building and home automation; Oklahoma state representative continues push to ban RFID-enabled driver's licenses; local Swedish government to use RFID-enabled access system; SyChip intros low-power wireless sensor node; Ekahau unveils upgraded version of Wi-Fi RTLS planning tool.

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