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  • Hyundai RFID-enabling Its Supply Chain

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The automaker's logistics affiliate will use EPC Gen 2 tags to track parts shipped to a factory in Montgomery, Ala.

  • FDA to Reveal RFID Test Results at Fifth RFID Academic Convocation

    By Andrew Price

    The Health Care and Life Sciences track will reveal the effects of RFID readers on implantable cardiac devices.

  • Hospital Using RTLS to Monitor Patients' Conditions

    A new system co-developed by AeroScout, Cisco Systems, and Emergin at the University Hospital of Ghent lets nurses use IP phones and the hospital’s WiFi network to receive RTLS location data plus patient blood pressure, electrocardiogram images, and other medical data collected by patient monitoring equipment.

  • Berliner Wasserbetriebe Gets RFID Tagging Project Flowing

    By Rhea Wessel

    The German utility, which provides drinking water and sewage services, expects the effort to simplify the inventory process for some 62,000 pieces of equipment at 17,000 locations.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    NEC adds health-care functionality to its Wi-Fi RTLS; Kyocera to RFID-Enable Mobile Phones; Raflatac doubles tag-manufacturing capacity in Finland; Avery Dennison ships new Gen 2 inlay; InnerWireless' Spot RTLS commercially available.

  • The Role of RFID in the Search for Perfect Logistics

    AMR Research analyst John Fontanella notes how many manufacturing processes can already achieve near perfection through Six Sigma principles, while logistics processes have much greater room for improvement. RFID, asserts Fontanella, will help change that, improving logistics by offering much higher levels of accuracy.

  • Anticipating ROI, Rewe Expands Its RFID Deployment

    By Rhea Wessel

    One of Europe's largest food retailers, the company is moving beyond the pilot phase so it can receive 3,000 tagged pallets per day.

  • EC Spectrum Decision Expected to Boost UWB RFID Adoption

    By Claire Swedberg

    The decision spells out conditions for using ultra-wideband technology across the European Union.

  • Recall Uses RFID to Make Records Auditing Possible

    Document and records management company Recall Corp. says its new RFID-based audit system is an industry first. It not only makes complete audits of millions of records practical, it can help firms meet a variety of documentation requirements mandated by regulations like SOX, HIPAA, GLBA, and FACTA.

  • Eastern U.S.'s Fourth-Busiest Port Embraces RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The South Carolina State Ports Authority joins 80 ports worldwide in becoming part of the Savi RFID network.

  • RFID Tracks Safety Equipment

    By Claire Swedberg

    FrenchCreek Production now offers a mobile RFID reader that connects to a PDA for on-site inventorying and inspections of tagged fall-protection devices.

  • West Jefferson Medical Center Deploys Wi-Fi-based RFID

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The New Orleans hospital is installing a system to help it locate and maintain nearly 1,000 medical devices.

  • Kodak's RFID Moment

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The company recently filed a patent for a digestible radio frequency identification tag, which would monitor the ingestion of medicine, but Kodak won't divulge its commercial intentions.

  • RFID in Force at Asset Management Expo

    Attendees at the inaugural Asset Management Conference & Expo in San Diego heard first-hand accounts of how RFID and other technologies can improve asset utilization and maintenance applications.

  • Tagsys Launches RFID Infrastructure Software

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The platform, called e-connectware, is designed to enable end users to manage their HF UHF RFID interrogators centrally.

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