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  • Video: An Interview With GS1 Europe’s Stephane Pique

    The head of EPC talks about the progress being made on standards and adoption in Europe.

  • Active RFID Tag Supports Multiple Frequencies

    Axcess International announced its frequency-agile Dot tag, which can support multiple RFID frequencies ranging from low frequency 125 KHz to Gen2-standard UHF. The active tag also has an I/O port so users can add external memory.

  • Europe's RFID Focus Moves to Implementation

    By Rhea Wessel

    At RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2007, attendees and participants indicated the technology's adoption in Europe is on rise.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Magellan Technology' releases RFID products for document tracking; Gentag, Frank Sammeroff Ltd. partner to produce RFID-enabled skin patches; Intelleflex announces EU-compliant RFID product availability; Reva Systems adds overseas partners; RSI ID Technologies releases new tag designs; Axcess dual active-passive RFID tag available now.

  • New Software Streamlines Site Surveys for RTLS Rollouts

    RTLS provider Ekahau announced new software that collects all the data needed for wireless LAN design and RTLS system planning in a single site survey. It can be used for new deployments or when adding an RTLS system to an existing wireless LAN.

  • Maternity Apparel Maker to Deploy Smart Displays in Stores

    By Claire Swedberg

    To help it track inventory and sales, Tomorrow's Mother will supply tagged garments and RFID-enabled fixtures to department stores in the United States and Canada.

  • Citizen M Checking Out RFID to Automate, Personalize Customer Service

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Guests of the hotel, currently under construction, will use RFID technology to check in and out, access their rooms and set temperature, lighting and audio and video systems to match their tastes.

  • SkyeTek RFID Selected for Visually Impaired Device

    RFID reader module manufacturer SkyeTek today announced that its product has been selected by Singapore-based GaiShan Technology for use in that company's TellMate product for the visually impaired.

  • Aker Yards Uses RFID to Ramp Up Worker Safety

    By Rhea Wessel

    At its shipyard in Turku, Finland, the company installs interrogators alongside gangplanks so administrators can determine who is on board a vessel and in danger in the event of a fire or other risk.

  • Metro Sees Progress With Its Frozen-Foods Pilot

    By Rhea Wessel

    The retailer is using RFID-enabled forklifts at a distribution center in Hamm, Germany, to track tagged pallets of frozen food and the locations where they are stored.

  • $6M Funding for Aerospace RFID Tag Maker

    Last week the relatively unknown Tego announced $6 million in Series A funding. The company, which was founded in April of 2005, develops high-memory passive RFID tags and systems. It will use the funding to commercialize its technology, planning to bring a solution to market over the next year.

  • MBA Group Finds RFID Improves Shipment Accuracy

    By Claire Swedberg

    The distributor of medical supplies is tagging and tracking cartons of goods, enabling it to reduce order-preparation time and eliminate errors.

  • Impinj Claims RFID Tag Direction Victory

    RFID chip and reader manufacturer Impinj a few weeks ago announced an upgrade to the firmware that runs atop its Speedway RFID reader line. Among a number of enhancements and added features, one in particular has reportedly roused the enthusiasm of Speedway end users: tag direction detection.

  • VeriChip's VeriTrace Platform Sees Sales Boost

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The system, which employs implantable tags to identify and track the remains of deceased individuals, is seeing gains in sales as states acquire it for disaster preparedness.

  • FDA Works on Draft ID System for Medical Devices, Supplies

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Once finalized, the new requirements could help drive the adoption of RFID in the medical supply chain and the reporting of adverse events.

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