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  • Lab Focuses on Testing Tags for Health-Care Applications

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Solstice Medical's simulation of a hospital's reprocessing unit is designed to assess the durability of tags following sterilization, or in extreme temperatures.

  • RFID Keeps the "Fresh" in Fresh Express

    By Claire Swedberg

    New analytics service helps packaged-salads division make sense of tag data as products move through the supply chain.

  • EPC Product Focus Shifts to Item Level and Standard Software

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    At the exhibit hall of EPCglobal US's conference, companies focused on item-level tagging and on the standardized software to enable diverse RFID interrogators and middleware to interoperate.

  • Sirit Lays Off Staff, Closes Plants

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The RFID vendor says it is eliminating redundancy after acquiring SAMSys and TradeWind, and remains committed to UHF RFID readers for supply-chain applications.

  • DHS Proposes Vicinity RFID Technology for Passport Card

    By Claire Swedberg

    The cards would contain passive EPC Gen 2 RFID tags, with a read range up to 20 feet to facilitate the processing of multiple travelers simultaneously.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    XceedID, Integrated Engineering readers receive FIPS201 approval; Fluensee offers RFID-enabled asset-tracking solutions; RFID TagSource launches new company, forms agreement with Confidex; Reva and Impinj release European RFID performance-test results; Intermec and Informs deliver RFID compliance kit; Intermec offers reusable RFID tag for harsh industrial applications; Wi-Fi, Active RFID vie for health-care asset-management markets, says ABI Research; RSI ID Technologies unveils high-capacity memory RFID tags; Paxar launches managed-service solution for global labeling compliance.

  • Wrap-Up of EPCglobal US Conference RFID News

    This week's EPCglobal US Conference in Los Angeles provided a forum for the debut of a number of new products and new industry partnerships. This article lists the relevant announcements to come out of the show.

  • Vendors to Drive RFID Job Growth

    Why does it pay to get ahead now by mastering RFID concepts and practicing real-life implementations in specific markets? Not just because the job market demands business-savvy technicians with big skills and bigger plans. Companies also want employees who know how RFID can scale to specific industry needs, whether it’s automotive supply chains or pharmaceutical pedigree tracking.

  • Printronix Field-Upgradeable RFID Printer-Applicator

    By Mark Roberti

    The company's new applicator encodes, prints and applies bar-code and RFID labels at manufacturing speeds.

  • Launch and Learn, Say Early Adopters

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    At EPCglobal US's third annual user conference, representatives from Wal-Mart, Procter & Gamble and Dow exhorted attendees to innovate and share.

  • EU RFID Survey Shows Privacy Protection a Prime Concern

    By Rhea Wessel

    Viviane Reding, commissioner of the EU Information Society, says the preliminary results indicate Europe needs rules and technologies for the safe and secure implementation of RFID.

  • RFID Visionaries Open EPCglobal Conference

    The EPCglobal US Conference officially kicked off today at the city convention center in Los Angeles with a round of speeches from some of the industry's more influential individuals. This article provides some of the takeaways.

  • New Mount-on-Metal Tag Marks Biggest Gen 2 Chip Order for TI

    By Andrew Price

    The new tag, aimed at the Korean manufacturing market, is designed to improve read rates on metal-based items.

  • EPCglobal Announces EPC Software Certification, RFID Deployment Tool

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The organization has awarded EPCglobal certification marks for software based on the Reader Protocol and Application-Level Events standards.

  • Samworth Keeps Cool With RFID

    By Andrew Price

    The U.K. food maker and distributor is using an RFID system that allows truck drivers to check the temperature of refrigerated goods during transit.

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