- Car-Wash Operators Find RFID Helps Them Clean Up
EPC RFID tags attached to car windshields quickly identify regular customers and make sure their vehicles get all the services they signed up for.
- RFID Helps Continental Clean Up Its Operations
The automotive parts supplier is using passive HF tags to make sure components are properly cleaned prior to assembly, helping to speed production flow and improve quality.
- RFID Helps Keep Nick on the Go
CR Media uses active RFID tags to track entertainment players loaded with Nickelodeon programming and provided to Hertz customers at locations across the United States.
- Tyco Electronics Uses Wi-Fi for Trailer Tracking
The electronic products manufacturer is using OATSystems software and its existing Wi-Fi access points to track truck trailers with active tags at its distribution center.
- Electronic Vehicle Registration Picks Up Speed
A number of nations are using passive RFID tags to automatically verify cars are properly registered, as well as to monitor traffic levels.
- Land Rover Finds ROI in Tracking New Cars
At its plant in Solihull, England, the manufacturer says it is cutting costs by using an RFID system from WhereNet to monitor vehicles in its yard after production.
- Ford Thinks It Has the Right Tool for the Job: RFID
For its 2009 F-Series pickups and E-Series vans, the company is offering its Tool Link option, featuring a built-in EPC Gen 2 RFID interrogator for tracking equipment and other assets used in the construction industry.
- Land Rover Test-Drives RFID to Track Parts Containers
The U.K. automaker is working with a U.K. research group on a pilot using active RFID tags to increase the visibility of containers, full or empty, entering or leaving an assembly plant.
- RFID Is Key to Car Clubs' Success
Hundreds of thousands of drivers worldwide prefer car-sharing to owing their own wheels—and they use an RFID-enabled card or fob to get in the driver's seat.
- Event Reveals Interest in RFID Is Growing In Canada
More than 400 people attended RFID Journal LIVE! Canada 2007—the second annual conference and exhibition produced by RFID Journal and EPCglobal Canada—held in November.
- Cami Expands Its RFID Deployment
The automaker is not only using an active-tag system to replenish parts at assembly lines, but also to improve yard management and security.
- Elektrobit Unveils UHF RFID Suite
The EB Identification Network consists of RFID interrogators, controllers and software to help companies more easily implement, tune and manage networks of RFID readers, thereby reducing interference and congestion.
- RFID News Roundup
Confidex intros new RFID tags for automotive industry; Reva Systems announces upgrades; IPICO inks Chinese electronic toll contract; BJ's, Barclays team up on RFID-enabled credit card; University of Maryland offers free RFID assessments.
- Aggressive Sales Growth Predicted for Passive Tags in North America
Frost & Sullivan expects a compound annual growth rate of 21.5 percent during the next six years, spurred in part by increased adoption in Canada.
- Telepathx Develops Accident-Detecting System Linked to Auto Airbags
The company's Enterprise Call Box is designed to automatically notify transportation departments and emergency responders.