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  • EPCglobal Reveals Details of Tokyo-Amsterdam Shipment Project

    By Claire Swedberg

    Supply chain partners and customs authorities used EPCIS database software to gain information regarding containers loaded with Canon printer cartridges, and secured with 433 MHz active RFID seals.

  • RFID Weekly News Roundup May 7, 2009

    New market forecasts, the possibility that Alien will close its North Dakota manufacturing facility, and Zebra's quarterly results provided more clues about the health of the RFID industry this week, which also saw consolidation in the smart label sector and continued product and customer announcements.

  • RFID News Roundup

    RFID analysts expect healthy market growth; PINC Solutions unveils cold chain tracking solution; Rush Tracking Systems adds optical positioning to RFID forklift; Ekahau, NavSync team up on Wi-Fi and GPS tracking solution; CenTrak intros thin hybrid active RFID/infrared tag for RTLS; Mojix unveils RTLS that leverages its passive RFID technology.

  • Mid South RFID Converts for Changing Market

    The UHF RFID industry today is much different than the one Mid South RFID abruptly entered six years ago by filling a rush order for 1.2 million baggage tags. This installment of our company profile series tracks the company's evolution and future outlook.

  • At the London Underground, RFID Keeps Escalators Moving

    By Rhea Wessel

    To expedite maintenance, each step on every escalator is getting an EPC Gen 2 passive tag.

  • RFID Tightens Up Caterpillar's Assembly Process

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company's Belgian hydraulic-valve plant deployed a real-time locating system to ensure that workers use the correct wrench and torque to install hoses.

  • EPCglobal Offers RFID Consulting Services, Lowers Fees

    EPCglobal US, the not-for-profit organization that is the US administrator for Electronic Product Code (EPC) and other RFID standards, now offers for-hire RFID implementation consulting services. The organization also lowered its membership fees as part of an initiative to make EPC technologies easier to implement.

  • Dubai Holding's CIO to Open RFID Journal LIVE! Middle East

    At the first annual event, to be held on June 15-17 in Dubai, technology evangelist Sabri Hamed Al-Azazi will present the inaugural keynote, discussing the importance of RFID.

  • Saudi Post Adds Intelligence to Mailboxes

    By Rhea Wessel

    EPC Gen 2 tags are being deployed at millions of homes across the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, helping postal carriers to monitor service and verify that mail was correctly delivered.

  • Progress and Perseverance on Exhibit at Last Week's RFID Show

    Last week the seventh annual RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition was held in Orlando, Florida. RFID Update was there, and judging by its own research and the many opinions shared by exhibitors and attendees at the event, this year's RFID Journal LIVE! was a fairly good show -- no small feat in this economy.

  • Impinj Adds New Products, Agreements to Its Portfolio

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The company has announced a new reader chip, a new item-level tracking solution, a new distribution agreement and more.

  • New Oregon Hospital Adopts IR-RFID Hybrid System

    By Claire Swedberg

    Sacred Heart Medical Center is the third PeaceHealth hospital to install the Versus Technology system to track patient locations and treatments.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! News Roundup

    Motorola unveils RFID readers for retail, offices; 3M gets to work at Marine Base, unveils new reader pad; Avery Dennison enters HF tag market; Intermec, Infratab team on cold-chain tracking solution; RFID Global Solution intros platform for RFID, sensors and more; Reva Systems unveils RFID item-level solution for retail.

  • Focus on Process Leads to Profits for Rush Tracking Systems

    A tight focus on process has led to profits for RFID solution provider Rush Tracking Systems, as this vendor profile shows.

  • IBM, Motorola Execs Say RFID Is Key to Better World

    By Beth Bacheldor

    RFID can be used to instrument social, economic and environmental changes globally, according to IBM's Martin Wildberger and Motorola's Jerry McNerney.

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