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  • Fujitsu Buys GlobeRanger, Bringing the Electronics Company into the U.S. RFID Market

    GlobeRanger can now sell its Edgeware platform, along with Fujitsu's tags, integration and software solutions, to the Department of Defense and its suppliers, as well as to markets globally, with the support of its new parent company.

  • Lockheed Martin Offers RuBee Solution for Monitoring Munitions

    The tags and readers, provided by Visible Assets Inc., can be used to identify and track a variety of sensitive items, including fused ordnances, firearms, night-vision goggles and flak jackets.

  • Bechtel Added to Keynote Lineup at RFID Journal LIVE! 2014

    Edward Koch, Bechtel's automation specialist, will explain how RFID helps the global engineering company reduce costs and improve efficiencies at the construction sites of three mega-sized industrial projects.

  • DOD Considers RFID-based Solutions for Tracking Food's Shelf Life

    A recent report written by a team of researchers describes how RFID technology, in conjunction with algorithms they developed, can be used to track the temperature conditions of rations, and calculate the spoilage rate and therefore shipment schedule.

  • Urban Warfighters Train With RTLS

    Lockheed Martin's Urban Operations Training System now includes technology from Q-Track to help pinpoint trainees' locations as they simulate urban warfare, thereby enhancing data used to evaluate their performance.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Xerafy upgrades on-metal inlays and labels with more flexible material; Round Rock signs licensing agreements with Impinj, Tyco, Technology Solutions UK Ltd.; U.S. Department of Defense phases out legacy active tags; more than 150 grocery stores to deploy inMarket Bluetooth beacons; midsize retailers most likely to see value in item-level tagging, RSR study shows; tags comprise half of global RFID market, TechNavio says; cold temperatures can cause RFID cattle tags to break, PAMI researchers warn.

  • Swedish Armed Forces Completes Tests of RFID to Track Uniforms, Shipments

    The military's logistics and materiel divisions have finished testing both active and passive tags, with deployment dates yet to be determined.

  • Gravotech, Oridao Unveil System that Prevents Tag Counterfeiting, Cloning

    The solution is designed to make it easy for companies to securely track critical information about components, tools and other items that need to be traced throughout their lifecycles.

  • RFID Gets Boots on the Ground for Air Force

    Wellco is using a solution from Odyssey to create passive UHF RFID labels for every pair of boots, case and pallet, and confirms shipping orders are correct by reading those tags before loading goods onto trucks.

  • RFID Gives Richardson, Tex., Officers More Time for Police Work

    The department has been using GlobeRanger's GR-AWARE software to track weapons and electronic equipment fitted with Xerafy RFID tags.

  • VA Re-awards $543 Million RTLS Contract to HP

    HP Enterprise Services has regained its contract with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to provide real-time location system technology to VA medical centers nationwide, following a reevaluation ordered by the U.S. Government Accountability Office.

  • Motorola Updates Its 9000 Series Handheld Reader

    Compared with its predecessor, the new MC9190-Z industrial handheld features a faster processor and more memory, as well as a larger screen and additional keyboard options.

  • Registration Now Open for RFID Journal LIVE! 2013

    RFID Journal's 11th annual conference will feature more than 50 case studies presented by leading end users, as well as solutions from more than 200 technology companies.

  • VA to Reassess Contract, Proposals for Nationwide RTLS Deployments

    In a decision regarding a protest filed by IBM, the U.S. Governmental Accountability Office requested that the Department of Veterans Affairs reconsider vendor proposals, based on specific changes to its assessment procedures.

  • Savi Technology Acquired by Private Investors

    The new owners plan to let the company operate under its existing management team, which will continue to market its 433 MHz active tags and readers, as well as develop new solutions for commercial, governmental and military applications.

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