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EM Microelectronic’s Passive Sensor Chip Detects Moisture

The em|aura-sense, with capacitance for moisture or touch detection, can respond to a UHF RFID reader by storing sensor data or transmitting it back to the interrogator, enabling those with existing RFID inventory-counting systems to add the tags and gain additional data.
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EM Microelectronic’s Passive Sensor Chip Detects Moisture

Smart Bottle Employs RFID to Track Flavor Pod Use

With a transceiver, an ultrasonic sensor, Bluetooth connectivity and tagged pods, the LifeFuels bottle lets users view on an app what they've consumed and thus manage fluid intake and reordering; the company tracks inventory in-house via the pods.
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Smart Bottle Employs RFID to Track Flavor Pod Use

NHS Trust lab Leverages RFID System for Sample Tracking

Quality Hospital Solutions' SamplePod comes with PragmatIC's flexible HF integrated circuit in labels, in order to identify each sample, link it to the pod and identify its location from a hospital's surgery department to lab testing.
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NHS Trust lab Leverages RFID System for Sample Tracking

RFID in Education

Why knowing the location of students and teachers is vital.
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RFID in Education

Zebra Brazil’s CEO Discusses RFID Growth

Vanderlei Ferreira spoke to IoP Journal about the Brazilian RFID landscape; he will join a panel discussion on the topic at next week's RFID Journal Virtually LIVE! event.
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Zebra Brazil’s CEO Discusses RFID Growth

RFID News Roundup

Avery Dennison launches RFID-EAS inlay for retail; PENTAX Medical, Mobile Aspects sign RFID product distribution agreement; ShowMeCables releases omnidirectional, rubber duck antennas for IoT; Landis+Gyr, Vodafone Business partner on cellular IoT for energy management; Industrial Internet Consortium, Plattform Industrie 4.0 offer digital twin white paper.
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RFID News Roundup

UWB Standard Opens Opportunity for Consumer-Based Products

The IEEE's 802.15.4z, the latest amendment to the organization's UWB standard, is aimed at providing improved security and precise location data, while enabling both low- and high-rate pulse-repetition frequency for access to vehicles with phones or key fobs, as well as home access and payments.
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UWB Standard Opens Opportunity for Consumer-Based Products

Unipac Guarantees Agricultural Product Authenticity via NFC

The company has adopted an Internet of Things-based RFID solution to eliminate the risk of criminals reusing discarded packaging for the purpose of selling counterfeit and potentially dangerous products.
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Unipac Guarantees Agricultural Product Authenticity via NFC

Construction Equipment Manufacturer Builds IoT Intelligence Into Assembly Process

Doosan Bobcat has deployed an Internet of Things solution from Rockwell Automation to integrate data from its assembly site so that operators and management can understand each product's status and history as it is assembled, inspected, repaired or maintained.
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Construction Equipment Manufacturer Builds IoT Intelligence Into Assembly Process

Pharma Company Releasing RFID-enabled OR Drugs

Fresenius Kabi has developed a system of tagging its anesthesia and analgesic products so they can be read using any standard UHF RFID reader, thereby providing visibility into when drugs are received at a hospital, stored in cabinets and removed for administration to patients.
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Pharma Company Releasing RFID-enabled OR Drugs