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  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    MAINtag introduces new RFID-enabled, ATA Spec 2000-compliant FLYchip; Voyantic launches new HF RFID tag-measurement system; Secura Key launches new RFID flat-pad antenna; Technology Solution (UK) Ltd. announces Bluetooth handheld UHF RFID reader; Times-7 intros durable, low-profile RFID ground antenna; GlobeRanger selected as supplier for U.S. Army contract, partners on oil-and-gas solution; Checkpoint Systems launches RFID solution to protect merchandise.

  • Boeing, Hanmi Pharmaceutical, Impinj Among Winners of 2013 RFID Journal Awards

    By RFID Journal

    The winners for Best RFID Implementation, Most Innovative Use of RFID, Best Use of RFID to Enhance a Product or Service, Best in Show, Special Achievement and the RFID Green Award were announced today at the RFID Journal LIVE! conference.

  • RFID Boosts Safety and Efficiency at UTC Climate, Controls and Security

    By Claire Swedberg

    At RFID Journal LIVE! 2013, the materials manager at the company—which manufactures Carrier air-conditioners—described the process of identifying and implementing a radio frequency identification system at its Tennessee plant.

  • Airbus Guides EADS Divisions' RFID Adoption

    By Claire Swedberg

    Speaking at RFID Journal LIVE! 2013, managers from Eurocopter, Cassidian and Astrium explained how they are launching RTLS and passive RFID solutions based on learnings from Airbus, which is using the technology to track aircraft parts and tools.

  • RFID Journal, Microelectronics Technology Inc. and Enso Detego Introduce FiND-iT

    By RFID Journal

    The solution allows small businesses to use an Android smartphone or tablet or a PC to track inventory, such as files, works of art, books and other items.

  • Tego Releases 8-kilobit Dual-Memory RFID Chip and Tags

    By Claire Swedberg

    The new EPC UHF chip, designed to exceed the new ATA Spec 2000 requirements and be attached to aircraft parts, has lockable memory for birth record data, and rewritable memory for storing a variety of other information.

  • Nordson Asymtek Adds RFID to Its Industrial Fluid Dispensers

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is offering an RFID-enabled version of its Genius Jet system, designed to ensure that the correct cartridge is being employed to apply the proper amount of adhesive, filler, paint and other fluid for each job.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Alien Technology unveils new 4-port fixed UHF reader; Tageos expands its product range with RFID hangtags; Metalcraft announces destructible RFID windshield tags; Serialio debuts, demos new RFID products; William Frick intros high-temperature RFID tag for manufacturing, industrial applications; MTI Wireless launches new family of slim, low-profile RFID antennas; Voyantic launches new HF tag performance measurement system; Lockheed Martin chooses RFID Revolution's RFID Essentials E-learning to boost productivity from RFID.

  • Colorbit USA Debuts Color-based Auto-ID Solution

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is marketing the technology in North America and Europe, enabling users to track goods or assets via a printed or painted color code captured by a digital camera.

  • NXP Releases Ucode 7, a Faster and More Sensitive Chip

    By Claire Swedberg

    The new chip promises to be the highest-functioning EPC Gen 2 UHF RFID IC on the market, the company claims, enabling the development of smaller, more versatile tags.

  • Fraunhofer IFF Develops Tracking Solution Using RFID, GPS and Cellular Technology

    By Claire Swedberg

    The system features a device designed to locate large items in storage yards by transmitting its GPS location via a cellular connection, using RFID technology to link the tracking unit to the object to which it attached.

  • Xerafy Releases Tap-In On-Metal Tag

    By Claire Swedberg

    The new UHF EPC Gen 2 tag, available in two sizes, can be pressed or hammered directly into a circular hole in a metal object, without requiring epoxy to hold it in place.

  • InfoChip Markets Signal-Boosting Add-on HF Antenna and RFID Phone App

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Sniper, attached to a standard high-frequency reader or an NFC-enabled smartphone, can make it possible to read very small HF tags, after which users can access data linked to the tags on the company's cloud-based server.

  • Impinj Unveils New UHF Readers for RTLS Applications, Embedding in Other Devices

    By Claire Swedberg

    The xArray can interrogate UHF RFID tags within a 40-foot diameter and identify an item's location, while the Indy RS500 system-in-package chip provides a simplified way to add reader functionality to a device.

  • Summerville Medical Center Boosts Hand-Hygiene Compliance

    By Claire Swedberg

    The HCA Healthcare facility has added hygiene-monitoring functionality to its RTLS solution from GE Healthcare, to track when and how often staff members wash their hands.

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