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  • RFID Reduces Traffic Delays at Indian Port

    By Claire Swedberg

    A passive UHF RFID system has decreased loading and unloading times at Adani Port's Hazira Container Terminal to about half of the industry average.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! Europe to Feature Speakers from Leading End-User Companies

    By RFID Journal

    The one-day event will highlight RFID deployments in the region, and demonstrate the latest technology solutions.

  • RF Code, Vehnet Offer Solution for Managing Assembled Vehicles, Components

    By Claire Swedberg

    Designed for use by car manufacturers, the system consists of RF Code active tags and readers, handheld computers with GPS units, and Vehnet software.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    AdvanIDe launches kit to check for Mifare clones; HID Global expands SlimFlex RFID tag family; ADR's RFID-enabled Workforce Monitoring Service keeps tabs on San Antonio construction projects; SATO acquires stake in Nexgen Packaging; Wavetrend selects Silent Partner Technologies as its U.S. distributor; Curie-Cancer, Biolog-id team up to develop RFID system for tracking chemotherapy preparations; Toppan NFC tags provide info, deals and services to visitors in Tokyo's Shibuya area.

  • Kingston University Gets Payback by Using RFID to Track Loaned Equipment

    By Claire Swedberg

    The solution enables faculty and students to return borrowed media equipment outside of business hours, and staff members to conduct fast inventory audits.

  • Cemetery Monument Firm Reduces Labor, Errors

    By Claire Swedberg

    Sprung Memorial Group has cut the amount of time required for its inventory audits by 96 percent, and workers can use RFID handheld readers to quickly locate the correct type of stone to fill an order.

  • In Brazil, RFID Is an Important Ingredient to the Marketing of Hellmann's Mayonnaise

    By Edson Perin

    At a supermarket in Sao Paulo, consumers received recipes and suggestions via smart shopping carts tracked by RFID readers.

  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Finds RTLS Provides Many Benefits

    By Claire Swedberg

    Since the hospital began operating in September, it has been using CenTrak real-time location system technology and Intelligent InSites software to find assets, prevent the spread of infections and locate patients for their families.

  • RFID a 'Very Big Part of Macy's Future'

    By Paul Prince

    At a recent investor meeting, the retailer's top executives, including its chief omnichannel officer, reiterated how item-level tagging is a key driver for growth.

  • RFID Tracks Assets at Canada's Oil Sands

    By Claire Swedberg

    Atlas RFID's Jovix system is being used to expedite the tracking of materials and tools at industrial construction sites, enabling one customer to reduce its staff by 70 percent.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Savi releases next-generation active RFID tags; Farsens unveils new RFID-enabled, battery-free pressure sensor tag; Secura Key launches multi-reader access control panel; European Commission clears Honeywell's acquisition of Intermec; Performance Buildings' office-sharing system built on HID Global access technology; Idaho police officer and school counselor launch RTLS-based Petty-Ford Security Solutions.

  • RFID Helps Milano Malpensa Airport to Complete Maintenance Work On Time

    By Claire Swedberg

    To make its repair and cleaning operations more efficient, the airport installed 50,000 tags to equipment and other objects, and issued RFID-enabled phones to all its maintenance workers.

  • Registration Now Open for RFID in Health Care 2013

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal's ninth annual event will focus on helping health-care providers understand how the technology can help them improve patient safety, hospital operations and supply chain efficiencies.

  • DHL Thermonet Tracks Drugs and Life-Sciences Goods With RFID Temperature Tag

    By Claire Swedberg

    The solution, employing UHF RFID tags with built-in temperature sensors applied to containers, will enable DHL's customers to maintain a record of shipping temperatures, and receive an alert if an exception occurs.

  • RFID Sharpens Worker Accountability at Meat-Processing Plants

    By Claire Swedberg

    Several companies have adopted an RFID solution from German cutlery manufacturer Friedr. Dick that tracks the location of each knife, as well as the worker to whom it is assigned.

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