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  • Harvard Museum, Remy Martin and Tulip Theme Park Adopt LabWerk's Beacon Solution

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Dutch company is also providing its mApp platform to Oregon's SamplingLab store, Italy's ZOOM Torino Biopark and the Panorama Berlin fashion exhibition.

  • RFID Helps Keep Utah Transit Authority on Track

    By Claire Swedberg

    UTA is deploying passive RFID tags and readers to manage rail cars and components, schedule their maintenance and inspection, and comply with federal rules.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    BluVision announces iBEEK+ beacon with extended battery life ••• Zebra intros Onecare service to help companies manage RFID, mobile devices ••• Readymix chooses LogiTag active RFID solution to safeguard employees ••• Stanley Healthcare announces smaller RTLS badge ••• Impinj updates reader software, support package.

  • Gimbal Wants to Turn Vending Machines, Jukeboxes and Other Devices Into Beacons

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The San Diego-based beacon manufacturer is beginning to move toward licensing its firmware and cloud-based services to companies that could benefit by connecting more directly with their customers.

  • U.K.'s Newcastle NHS Trust Adopts RFID to Help Track Patient Records

    By Claire Swedberg

    Since the deployment in February, the trust has tagged 250,000 files and conducted more than a million read events using a UHF RFID solution from 6PM Group.

  • Carlo Nizam to Lead ICT Digital Transformation at Airbus Group

    By Mark Roberti

    The former head of the aircraft manufacturer's Value Chain Visibility and RFID Program will now lead Airbus Group's ICT digitalization, and be succeeded by Trevor Stone.

  • Telecom Museum Calls on UWB RTLS to Provide Location-Based Content

    By Claire Swedberg

    France's Cité des télécoms is installing a Ticatag system made with DecaWave's ultra-wideband technology.

  • Campbell Uses RFID Sensor Tags to Test Cooking Equipment

    By Claire Swedberg

    The soup company inserts tiny RFID sensors into chunks of meat, vegetables or potatoes to track the temperatures of a soup mixture as it travels through a network of heating pipes.

  • Tesco Deploys Tag-Reading Robot at Five Stores to Track F&F Clothing

    By Claire Swedberg

    The global retailer is one of a half-dozen companies trialing RFspot's robotic RFID reading solution to identify which goods are at what location throughout sales floors and storerooms.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    SML Group launches new inlays based on Impinj Monza R6 chip ••• Trimble introduces autonomous operation support in its ThingMagic Mercury API ••• Nedap intros next generation of microwave RFID readers ••• Tadbik ramps up with new Mühlbauer RFID smart label equipment ••• DataSource Mobility announces RFID-enabled asset-tracking software ••• Aucxis wins contract for fisheries container-tracking solution.

  • Identiv Offers NFC RFID Temperature-Tracking Solution

    By Claire Swedberg

    The system—consisting of the disposable uTrust Sense Temperature Tracker tag and an app for Android smartphones and tablets—is designed to serve as a low-cost data-logger.

  • RFID Market for Retailers Forecast to Grow 39% Annually

    By Claire Swedberg

    In a new report, Frost & Sullivan predicts that yearly RFID revenue will reach $5.4 billion in 2020, due to increased omnichannel sales fueled by better understanding of the technology by retailers, more online purchases, and the increased tagging of goods by product manufacturers.

  • Beacons Bring Visibility to Cleaning Service Staff Work

    By Claire Swedberg

    Spotless, an Australian cleaning-services company, is using Lighthouse's solution to track janitorial workers at shopping malls.

  • Amazon Announces Program With Auburn RFID Lab

    By Mark Roberti

    The new initiative aims to integrate RFID into the online retailer's existing high-tech fulfillment system to further improve supply chain efficiencies.

  • Auburn RFID Lab Holds Grand Opening

    By Mark Roberti

    Some 250 people from RFID end-user companies and technology providers gathered at Auburn University to officially open the lab, which moved from the University of Arkansas.

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