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  • Sushi Restaurant is Swimming in Benefits from RFID

    Intermec has deployed RFID at the Blue C Sushi restaurant in Seattle, Washington, to improve both inventory management and customer service. The system uses Microsoft BizTalk RFID and an inventory management software solution from integrator Kikata.

  • Jungheinrich Using RFID to Automate Lift-Truck Operations

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The company has developed an RFID-enabled lift truck, and will embed tags in the floors of customers' warehouses to help make the vehicle's operation more productive.

  • New Law Serves as Warning to RFID Industry

    The US Senate last week passed FDA legislation that included a provision of interest to the RFID industry. The provision mandates that internet-based pharmacies include visual anti-counterfeiting technology on all pharmaceuticals sold to US customers. The provision specifically technology like RFID or barcodes.

  • China Approves Requirements for UHF Bandwidth

    By Claire Swedberg

    The sanctioned spectrum should be compatible with UHF RFID frequencies used in many other parts of the world, including the United States and Europe.

  • RFID Makes Ordering and Paying for Pizza Easy As Pie

    By Claire Swedberg

    A Florida pizzeria is using RFID so customers can pay for their pies at a self-service kiosk, and the restaurant can keep better tabs on orders.

  • Cardinal Health to Outfit California DC with RFID

    Cardinal Health recently announced that it will outfit its Sacramento, California, pharmaceutical distribution center with RFID technology by fall of this year. It is a move to prepare the company for California's legislation that will require the tracking and tracing of drugs distributed in the state.

  • GE Sensing, Dust Networks to Develop Wireless Sensors

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The first GE Sensing product is the RF ValProbe, designed to help pharmaceutical and life sciences companies monitor and validate environments—such as freezers and sterilization processes—for regulatory and quality compliance purposes.

  • Emory Healthcare Tracks Its Pumps

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Georgia's largest health-care system is using active RFID tags to track the status and location of 2,400 infusion pumps, on and off the premises.

  • SAP's RFID Focus for 2007: Object Event Repository Software

    By Rhea Wessel

    The company plans to bring the database software to market this month and help its partners develop related applications.

  • SAP Aims to Support Innovation in European RFID Market

    By Rhea Wessel

    At its Sapphire conference this week, the company spelled out its strategy to develop software for systems using radio frequency identification.

  • Frost's Findings on the North American RFID Market

    Frost & Sullivan last week released new research on the North American RFID market as part of its Automatic Identification & Security Growth Partnership Service. This article highlights a few of the key findings.

  • Haier America Tags Freezers and Fridges

    By Claire Swedberg

    The manufacturer has integrated its RFID system with its ERP software and is affixing EPC Gen 2 UHF tags on the four appliances it supplies to Wal-Mart.

  • At a Canadian Trailer Dealership, RFID Has Paid for Itself

    By Claire Swedberg

    Action Trailer Sales is saving money by using active tags to more easily find the trailers it rents and sells and to keep more accurate inventory records.

  • ThyssenKrupp to Use EPC UHF Tags to Track Steel

    By Rhea Wessel

    Having completed a pilot that tracked 1,000 slabs shipped to Germany, the company plans to deploy an RFID system at its new factory in Brazil.

  • RFID Being Deployed to Fight Exam Cheaters

    Edexcel, one of the UK's five leading examination boards, has turned to RFID to combat cheating, counterfeiting, and other misuse of its examination materials. The company announced today that it will tag packages of exam materials due to ship this summer to schools and institutions around the country.

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