- Byrne Group Automates Asset Management, Orders
The U.K. construction firm, which is using 125 kHz RFID to expedite shipments of equipment and supplies to its workers and track usage, expects to recoup its investment by next year.
- At RFID Journal LIVE! 2010, Leading RFID Technology Companies to Share Lessons Learned
The world's top RFID technology and service providers, led by Motorola, will demonstrate new products and share their unique insights at RFID Journal's eighth annual conference and exhibition, to be held on Apr. 14-16.
- U.S. Military Puts Its Insignia in Order
The Department of Defense's Institute of Heraldry is tracking its archived badges, medals and other insignia with RFID tags, and is using handheld readers to locate them, as well as a fixed portal to alert staff members if an item is removed.
- Gas Manufacturer Fills Up More Often With RFID
Indian oxygen and nitrogen supplier Kay Nitroxygen is using EPC Gen 2 UHF tags and readers to record the status of its reusable cylinders, resulting in increased productivity.
- Finalists Unveiled for the Fourth Annual RFID Journal Awards
The winners for the 2010 RFID Journal Awards, including Best RFID Implementation, Most Innovative Use of RFID, Best Use of RFID in a Product or Service, Best in Show and Special Achievement, will be revealed at LIVE!
- Royal Food Import Expects E-Seals Will Save It a King's Ransom
The food importer will soon begin using Savi Networks cargo container seals to track the location and temperature of products being transported from factories overseas to stores in the United States.
- Circuit-Board Maker Adopts RFID
NBS Corp. uses 125 kHz passive tags to provide visibility into the components it installs on its circuit boards, to assure its customers that each board was properly assembled and is traceable should a component fail or be recalled.
- Steel Products Maker Sees ROI in Six Months
Viraj Profiles, an Indian manufacturer of stainless steel products, is using EPC Gen 2 RFID tags to improve inventory visibility and shipment accuracy.
- RFID Tracks the Shipment of Entire Gold-Processing Plant
The plant was disassembled in Australia, and its components were shipped to Argentina, where it was then reassembled—all with the help of active tags and readers.
- Italian Construction Firm Deploys RFID to Track Offshore Equipment
Saipem attaches Omni-ID EPC Gen 2 passive tags to cranes, drilling rigs and thousands of other items, to improve safety and reduce wastage and delays.
- RFID Illuminates Lithuanian Lamp Manufacturer
Artilux NMF is one of the first companies in the nation to track finished products and raw materials throughout warehouse and production areas.
- Impinj Launches New High-Performance RFID Chips
The new family of Monza 4 tag chips boasts greater read range, orientation insensitivity, more memory and innovative privacy features.
- For Union Hospital, Recall of Vital-Sign Monitors Reinforces Value of RTLS
An IR/RFID hybrid system lets the Indiana hospital quickly pinpoint the location of its assets, reducing the quantity of equipment needed and the time spent searching for it.
- Airbus Installs RTLS for Large-Component Assembly
Ubisense RFID tags, readers and software will make it easier for the aircraft manufacturer to track production of key components for its A380 double-decker planes.
- RFID Keeps Sweet Stuff Rolling at Spanish Refinery
Azucarera Ebro is using active 868 MHz tags to track incoming and outgoing truck shipments, as well as automate certain processes.