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  • Small Stores in Norway See Payback From RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The retailers are using a low-cost solution from Front Systems, consisting of passive UHF RFID labels, as well inventory-management software, readers and printer-encoders.

  • Aston Martin to Present Keynote Session at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2014

    By RFID Journal

    The event, to be held on Oct. 23, in London, England, will highlight leading companies' radio frequency identification deployments in the region, and demonstrate the latest technology solutions.

  • Qatar's Public Prosecution Office Cuts File Search Time by 60 Percent

    By Claire Swedberg

    The department's facilities in Doha's West Bay and Al Sadd neighborhoods use passive RFID UHF tags to track more than 100,000 legal files, as well as assets.

  • Palmetto Health Extends RTLS to New Facility

    By Claire Swedberg

    The South Carolina health-care provider now uses a centralized Ekahau Wi-Fi-based solution to track the locations of assets at four of its hospitals.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    CipherLab intros software suite for its 8600 mobile computers; Great Wolf Lodge New England implements PDC's Smart Band RFID system; Norway's postal service deploys HID Global access-control technology; Lab ID unveils new NFC tag; U.S. postal service issues RFP for sensors and Internet of Things; TransTech systems adds UHF to integrated RFID solutions portfolio; new IoT survey from Fortinet reveals concerns about data security and privacy.

  • New Cross Hospital Boosts Hand Hygiene, Efficiency via RTLS

    By Claire Swedberg

    The British medical facility has deployed a solution, provided by TeleTracking and CenTrak, to track the location and status of assets, patients and personnel.

  • Eskimo Cold Storage Recoups RFID Investment in a Flash

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Georgia company is using an RFID system to help identify the locations of pallets loaded with chicken and other flash-frozen food products.

  • Harting's LocField Reader Antenna Promises Flexible Read Range

    By Claire Swedberg

    The antenna—in the form of a coax cable bendable into any shape—could be installed along a shelf or rack, within a vehicle, or around a machine's interior, to create a precise read zone.

  • Mühlbauer Unveils Machines that Print Tag Antennas, Attach Chips, 'Personalize' Labels

    By Rhea Wessel

    The new machines, the company reports, are designed to meet the market's needs for quality inlay production, as well as speed, scalability, flexibility and cost-savings.

  • College Football Hall of Fame to Kick Off With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    When the museum opens its doors in August, visitors will receive RFID-tagged 'credentials,' allowing the facility to tailor content to each individual, and to better manage its operations by knowing how many people are located at each exhibit, and for how long.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Confidex launches new Survivor UHF RFID tags, including battery-assisted version; ABR Industries announces new RFID antenna cables and Atlas RFID Store as new distributor; RFID helps researchers understand monkey behavior; Entigral, ID Integration partner on RFID solutions for aerospace, government and manufacturing; Radius Networks and EM Bluetooth beacons go on scavenger hunts; Gimbal and YinzCam partner to 'enhance in-venue experiences' for sports fans; Identiv launches Channel Alliance Network program.

  • RFID Journal Unveils Agenda for RFID in Energy, Mining & Construction Conference

    By RFID Journal

    Speakers at the event, to be held in Australia on Aug. 12-13, will include executives from Woodside Energy and Bechtel.

  • Swedish Men's Shirts Provide Off-the-Cuff Info

    By Claire Swedberg

    Four Levent has begun manufacturing and marketing men's dress shirts with sewn-in NFC RFID tags, enabling users to write data such as business card information that others can retrieve via a smartphone.

  • Applied Materials Inc. Tracks Assets, Protects Intellectual Property

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is using passive RFID to track assets and tools at its California Metal Deposition laboratory, and a Wi-Fi-based RTLS to capture the locations of high-value items in real time.

  • MagicBands Bring Convenience, New Services to Walt Disney World

    By Claire Swedberg

    Visitors use the RFID wristbands to access the parks, rides, hotel rooms, and other attractions and services.

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