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  • Fujitsu Announces Roomy 64KB Gen2 RFID Tag

    Fujitsu announced a Gen2-standard RFID chip with 64 kilobytes of user memory, which it claims is a world first for UHF RFID memory. Fujitsu is initially marketing the FRAM-based chip for aircraft maintenance applications. The product is expected to be available in the spring.

  • Lufthansa Technik Uses RFID to Expedite Aircraft Repair

    At its German facilities, the aircraft-maintenance service provider is attaching EPC UHF tags to documents that accompany airplane parts, reducing the need for manual data entry.

  • Motorola Invests in Semi-passive RFID

    Last week battery-assisted passive RFID provider Intelleflex announced $15.5 in Series C funding, co-led by Motorola. The two companies will collaborate on the development of future products, which both will sell. Intelleflex's total funding now tops $42 million.

  • Raflatac Releases RFID Tags With Built-In EAS

    Optimized for retail applications, the EPC Gen 2 tags are designed to be read equally well from all directions—even on densely stacked garments—and have an electronic article surveillance function that can be switched on and off.

  • Industry Leaders to Keynote at RFID Journal LIVE! 2008

    RFID Journal's sixth annual conference and exhibition will feature addresses by Procter & Gamble COO Bob McDonald, Sam's Club executive VP Greg Johnston, and Motorola Enterprise Mobility CTO Ray Martino.

  • Registration Open For RFID Journal LIVE! 2008

    RFID Journal has announced that attendees can register online or by phone for its sixth annual conference and exhibition, being held April 16-18 at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.

  • Rolls-Royce Tests RFID's Potential to Drive Its Supply Chain

    The U.K. engines manufacturer is exploring ways RFID might be used to improve its internal processes.

  • Europe's RFID Focus Moves to Implementation

    At RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2007, attendees and participants indicated the technology's adoption in Europe is on rise.

  • $6M Funding for Aerospace RFID Tag Maker

    Last week the relatively unknown Tego announced $6 million in Series A funding. The company, which was founded in April of 2005, develops high-memory passive RFID tags and systems. It will use the funding to commercialize its technology, planning to bring a solution to market over the next year.

  • Outlook Strong for RFID Printers, Bucking Doubts

    Market research and analysts recently affirmed strong growth prospects for RFID smart label printer/encoders, which were called into question in light of tepid supply chain adoption and strategic moves by two leading product manufacturers.

  • RFID Printer Maker Zebra Makes Two Acquisitions

    RFID printer manufacturer Zebra has agreed to pay $145 million for Navis, a logistics solutions provider to marine terminals and other operations managing supply chain cargo. Zebra also announced the $16.3 million acquisition of all outstanding shares of proveo, an RTLS company that serves the airport ground-handling operations.

  • RFID Journal, AIM Europe Produce Auto-ID Seminar

    At the third annual RFID Journal LIVE! Europe conference and exhibition, AIM Europe will host preconference sessions to educate attendees about a range of auto-ID topics, including how to use bar codes and RFID in tandem.

  • HP Canada Partners With Universities to Create RFID Labs

    The joint effort, participants say, helps all involved parties conduct RFID pilots, carry out research and better serve the needs of industrial companies and other end users.

  • Alien Technology to Present RFID ROI Partner Demonstrations at EPC Connection 2007

    RFID innovators will reveal adoption success stories in the exhibit hall of the fourth annual EPCglobal North America conference and exhibition, to be held Oct. 2-4 in Chicago.

  • Gentag to Commercialize Super RFID Technology

    Until now, the long-range real-time location system has been utilized solely by the military, but Gentag hopes to develop the tag for use in the private sector, to pinpoint people and objects up to 12 miles away.

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