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  • Reva Virtualizes RFID Data Processing Appliance

    Reva introduced the first virtual machine option for processing RFID data. The new TAP-VM can run virtually on a PC, laptop, server or any other hardware that supports the VMware VMServer 2 environment. It processes data from RFID readers and interface with enterprise systems.

  • RFID Protects Tut's Treasures

    By Claire Swedberg

    Active RFID tags and sensors, in tandem with video cameras, watch over the king's golden sandals and other Egyptian antiquities on display at museums.

  • Kuwaiti Car Dealership Streamlines Repair Service

    By Rhea Wessel

    Al Ghanim Automotive is using Zebra's RFID technology to improve customer service, document the repair process and save time.

  • Plant Nursery Raises Efficiency With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Color Point is employing EPC Gen 2 passive RFID tags to track the metal carts it uses to deliver plants to Lowe's, Sam's Club and other retailers, as well as to speed up the truck-loading process.

  • Altierre Sees Opportunity for Temperature Tags

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company's new RFID-enabled temperature sensors are designed to help retailers track the operation of refrigerators, freezers and hot-food display cases in their stores.

  • Keynote Speaker, New Content Announced for RFID Journal LIVE! Canada

    The fourth annual event will feature a keynote address by Keith Sheardown, Bombardier Transportation's general manager for technology solutions, and new tracks focused on traceability and health-care solutions.

  • Highlights from Baird's RFID Monthly for June

    Baird has published the June edition of . The 16-page document is a worthwhile read for anyone requiring an overview of the industry's last 30 days. For those without time to do so, we have reprinted here the report's summary.

  • Cimko Cement Plant Loads Up on RFID

    By Brett Neely

    The Turkish facility has deployed passive EPC Gen tags and readers to automate the filling of trucks, thus lowering costs and improving the facility's capacity by up to 20 percent.

  • RFID Weekly News Roundup June 18, 2009

    This article highlights RFID news and developments from this past week, which saw regulations for RFID-enabled personal identification documents take a new twist. The week also saw continued RTLS and other active RFID implementations, as well as more examples of RFID functionality being embedded in consumer-oriented applications.

  • Ohio Music Festival Sings RFID's Praises

    By Claire Swedberg

    Organizers of Six Fest added tags to their tickets, thereby improving traffic flow for 14,000 concert-goers and saving thousands of dollars by discouraging counterfeiters.

  • Voyantic Helps Companies Put RFID Tags to the Test

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The Finnish startup says its system has allowed tag research and design teams to reduce by half the time needed to bring new tags to market.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Confidex offers tag services to ease deployment; IDtronic intros mobile Bluetooth RFID reader; UPM Raflatac, Hansaprint to offer online NFC printing service; Bouygues Telecom gives boost to NFC startup Twinlinx; TagStone, noFilis to bring RFID, supply chain expertise to Middle East; Visonic Technologies adds 433 MHz RFID reader to portfolio.

  • How Can RFID Vendors Influence End User Opinions of Them?

    End user perceptions of RFID vendor companies are strongly shaped by systems integrators, analysts, researchers and media, according to a study. End users rate these industry professionals as stronger influences than RFID vendors themselves. Vendors are advised to target them -- instead of targeting end users directly -- in their marketing and branding efforts.

  • RTLS Providers Cite Strong Demand From Hospitals

    By Claire Swedberg

    Vendors of real-time location systems say they experienced growth in the first quarter of 2009, though a survey suggests a lack of knowledge is hampering uptake.

  • Emirates SkyCargo Demonstrates RFID's Business Value

    By Rhea Wessel

    Having carried out technology trials involving passive EPC Gen 2 UHF tags and active 433 MHz active tags, the company is now ready to implement the technology "at the push of a button."

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