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  • 15x More Efficient: Tracking Propane Containers with RFID

    A liquid propane (LP) gas provider in Malaysia is using RFID to track gas cylinders and automate filling and inspection processes. The system features custom-designed low frequency RFID readers that are certified for use in hazardous environments and are now available commercially.

  • EPCglobal Plans Multi-technology RFID Pilot

    EPCglobal is planning an international logistics pilot that will use passive and active RFID technologies, the EPCIS RFID data communication protocol, and multiple standardized numbering systems to track and secure ocean-bound cargo shipments from Japan to the Netherlands.

  • Wood Companies Look to RFID to Raise Yield, Reduce Carbon Footprint

    Twenty-nine European partners are developing an RFID-based application and supply-chain analysis system that may be used to increase sawmill efficiency and raw materials usage, improve logistic operations and minimize environmental impacts.

  • RFID Patent Pool Approved by US Government

    The US Department of Justice last week issued a letter to the RFID Consortium, indicating its approval for the organization's intent to manage an industry patent pool that it hopes will facilitate licensing of intellectual property related to Gen2 RFID. The approval process clears the way for the Consortium to "open for business."

  • Automotive Manufacturer Tracks Incoming Inventory

    Continental Automotive uses an Xterprise RFID system on a Microsoft BizTalk platform to track incoming electronic parts in reusable totes as they pass from third-party logistics providers to the manufacturer.

  • Log House Maker Using RFID to Track Material

    Honkarakenne, a Finnish firm that makes log houses that are sold throughout the world, is using passive RFID to manage materials and production processes. Logs receive a passive RFID tag that is encoded with order and processing instructions. The system helps ensure logs are properly processed, packaged and shipped.

  • RFID Sensor Platform from GE Breaks New Ground

    GE Global Research has developed a new battery-less RFID sensing platform that can detect multiple chemical or biological substances using a single sensor.

  • Hansgrohe Optimizes Business Process With RFID

    The German manufacturer is using RFID-enabled cards in two production facilities to track its stock of components and finished goods.

  • Taiwan RFID Technology, Applications Showcased at International Exhibit

    The TAITRA exhibit draws 60,000 potential buyers of RFID technology and includes 50 vendors sharing RFID technology developments.

  • RFID Journal Launches RFID in Fashion Seminar at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe

    Leading apparel producers, retailers and other experts will explain how radio frequency identification is currently delivering benefits, at RFID Journal's fourth annual conference and exhibition in Europe.

  • Dow Monitors Hazardous Rail Shipments in Real Time

    The system employs an RF-based auto-ID system that uses sensors, satellite communications and GPS to track the location and status of 650 tank railcars in North America.

  • Ándale! Spain's Postal Service Deploys RFID

    Correos, the Spanish national postal service, has outfitted 37 distribution centers with an RFID system that tracks mail samples to analyze the flow of mail through the system. Reva Systems, whose equipment was used in the project, says the postal industry is a growing RFID market.

  • Spanish Postal Service Expands Its RFID Deployment

    Correos is now using a total of 65,000 EPC Gen 2 RFID tags, enabling it to monitor and improve the movement of mail at 56 sorting centers.

  • Navy, Marines Track Assets on Oahu

    Military warehouses at Pearl Harbor and Kaneohe Bay are using EPC Gen 2 RFID to track inbound and outbound supplies and equipment.

  • Walgreens RFID Deployment Announced

    Walgreens is using RFID at its most advanced distribution center to make sure orders sent to stores are complete and loaded in the right truck in the right sequence. The largest drug store chain in the US is currently outfitting a second DC with the system, which will go online next year.

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