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  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Teslonix launches evaluation kit for developing IoT, RFID systems with new RF technology ••• Kalahari resort in the Poconos implements PDC's SmartBand RFID system ••• East Kent Hospitals tracks 3,000 medical devices via Harland Simon's RFID tags ••• Haldor announces standalone RFID-enabled sponge-management system for hospitals ••• DFI Technologies intros new NFC-enabled rugged tablet for industrial automation.

  • Australian Cotton Gin Tracks Product to Boost Efficiency

    By Claire Swedberg

    RFID tags embedded in bundles of unprocessed cotton bolls help Southern Cotton track when it receives, stores and gins those bundles, and the company then shares that data with growers.

  • RFID to Bring Literacy to Down Syndrome Children

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Kiteracy system, designed by researchers at universities in Costa Rica, Spain and Ecuador, displays words and plays audio files when a child places a tagged toy on a reader.

  • Herman Kay Gains Packing Accuracy Via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The coat and outerwear manufacturer finds that the technology makes it easier for workers to confirm that the correct garments were picked according to customer orders.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Noahcard releases RFID tags, inlays based on Monza R6 chip ••• Star Systems International expands into EMEA market ••• Blue Bite unveils esca Bluetooth beacons, cloud-based dashboard ••• RetailNext adds beacon-based employee data to its retail analytics solutions ••• Arrowsmith & Grant integrates SATO RFID technology into medical refrigerators ••• Univ. of Wisconsin athletics dept. adopts beacon solution from YinzCam, Gimbal.

  • View Technologies Launches Long-Range RTLS for Passive UHF Tags

    By Claire Swedberg

    The inView system is being tested or deployed by manufacturers, logistics companies and retailers, through systems integrators, to track the locations of UHF RFID-tagged items in real time.

  • Museums Embrace Beacon-Based Audio Tours

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Muzze provides hardware and a mobile app that make it easy for museums large and small to offer digital content based on a museumgoer's location.

  • Tyco Opens Experience Center for Wal-Mart

    By Claire Swedberg

    The facility is intended to provide Wal-Mart executives and other employees with access to Tyco technology as they plan upgrades to existing store EAS and RFID systems.

  • Uniform Maker Sees a Market for CSL's Thread-Antenna Tag

    By Claire Swedberg

    Farbo Uniforms is developing garment-tracking solutions based on a novel passive UHF RFID tag with an antenna made of metalized thread sewn into a garment.

  • Industrial Internet Consortium Launches New Industrial Testbed

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Infosys is leading the group's latest testbed project, for which it is creating a repeatable approach to tracking (and improving) asset efficiency in industrial applications.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Schreiner LogiData unveils tiny UHF label with reading range of up to 1 meter; Century Link RFID intros new tag solution for retail; SafeTech debuts Bluetooth RFID universal door-locking system; RAIN RFID Alliance partners with French National RFID Center, IDTechEx.

  • German Manufacturer Links Workers to Parts and Stations Via RFID, Bluetooth

    By Claire Swedberg

    Bosch Rexroth developed the solution to improve efficiency and accuracy at its own hydraulic valve assembly facility, and is marketing the system for use by other manufacturers as well.

  • Nutrace, Belintra Market RFID-based Surgical-Tool Tracking Solution in the U.S.

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Nutrace system, already used by hospitals in Europe, includes Belintra's passive HF RFID tags, Panmobil's handheld RFID readers and its own Stemato software for managing data.

  • At PGA Tournaments, Bluetooth Beacons Are Par for the Course

    By Claire Swedberg

    Golf fans at a recent championship event were able to know the locations of players within close range.

  • Westar Energy Tracks Power Poles, Transformers With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Kansas utility company uses the technology to automatically identify when each pole and transformer is removed from storage yards, by whom, and when unused items are returned.

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