- Utility Maintenance Workers Gain Efficiency With RFID
Hofor has already tagged 10,000 of its underground utility valve caps for an RFID system from Veriloc, which allows workers to read historical data regarding each valve before beginning maintenance tasks.
- IoT Platform Creates Single Interface for South African Meat Company
The Cavalier Group contracted a Pretoria-based startup to integrate alarm and access-control systems to make it easier for staff to respond to alerts and keep the facility running optimally.
- Density Sees Health-Care Applications for its Foot-Traffic Sensors
The San Francisco startup says that the data it provides could be used, for example, to determine which nearby hospital is the least busy before deciding where to bring a patient.
- RFID Makes Managing Hospital Porters More Efficient
The system allows Manipal Hospital Bangalore's nurses to launch an automated search for available porters in their area, thereby reducing wait times and the need to place multiple phone calls.
- THINaër Launches Low-Cost Beacon-based RTLS
Health-care and aerospace companies are already using the firm's solution to determine the locations and movements of items and individuals, and to analyze that data in terms of efficiency, maintenance or other factors.
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Facility Uses RTLS to Monitor Patient Recovery
The Josie Robertson Surgery Center, newly opened in December, is using the system to track patients, their families and health-care providers, ensuring that patients are treated efficiently and are back on their feet after surgery.
- Aerospace, Aviation Leaders to Discuss RFID's Benefits at RFID Journal LIVE! 2016
End users from Airbus, Boeing, Delta Air Lines, KLM, Orbital ATK, the U.S. Air Force and Northrop Grumman will share best practices and adoption strategies at RFID Journal's 14th annual event.
- U.K. Company Finds RFID Chemically Attractive
Industrial Chemical Ltd. has adopted a UHF system from CoreRFID to manage its reusable containers, helping the manufacturer to save money and meet environmental regulations.
- Retailers to Share New RFID Case Studies at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2015
Marks and Spencer, Marc O'Polo, Moods of Norway, River Island and other industry leaders will be featured at the 11th annual European conference and exhibition.
- Industry Leaders to Discuss Benefits of RFID at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2015
End users from manufacturing, retail, supply chain, health care and other key industries will share how-tos and strategies at RFID Journal's 11th annual European conference and exhibition, to be held on Nov. 9-10.
- Australian Cotton Gin Tracks Product to Boost Efficiency
RFID tags embedded in bundles of unprocessed cotton bolls help Southern Cotton track when it receives, stores and gins those bundles, and the company then shares that data with growers.
- Industrial Internet Consortium Launches New Industrial Testbed
Infosys is leading the group's latest testbed project, for which it is creating a repeatable approach to tracking (and improving) asset efficiency in industrial applications.
- HidroMares Helps Port Managers See the Seas to Better Manage Boat Traffic
Using networks of sensors and a cloud-based interface, port managers can get real-time data about water conditions to help them guide ships in and out of port safely and efficiently.
- Hanjin Newport Co. Expedites Loading and Unloading With RFID
The Korean terminal operator is using a Mojix-based solution provided by Qbit to ensure that the automated crane is ready to meet a vehicle for unloading or loading, thereby improving efficiency.
- Tesco Deploys Tag-Reading Robot at Five Stores to Track F&F Clothing
The global retailer is one of a half-dozen companies trialing RFspot's robotic RFID reading solution to identify which goods are at what location throughout sales floors and storerooms.