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  • Minnesota Caterer and Grocer Ensures Food Safety With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    ParTech's SureCheck system enables Lunds & Byerlys to automatically track temperatures within its coolers, in order to meet food-safety standards and confirm product freshness.

  • Tamper-Evident Tag Transmits Whether or Not Seal Breaks

    By Claire Swedberg

    HID Global's edTamper Seal Tag was designed for airline use to track whether life vests packed under passenger seats were present and unopened, thereby ensuring they will operate properly if needed.

  • RFID Journal Announces Winners of Its 11th Annual RFID Journal Awards

    By RFID Journal

    Lululemon Athletica, Honda and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center are among the winners for 2017, and were announced at RFID Journal's 15th annual RFID Journal LIVE! conference, held in Phoenix, Ariz.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Rich Handley

    SALTO Systems releases electronic hotel lock featuring RFID, wireless, mobile technologies ••• IDTronic intros compact desktop RFID reader for access control, time attendance, membership registration ••• Fathom, Gimbal forge technology alliance ••• InfoChip unveils durable, long-range wideband tag ••• Datamars announces RFID chip for industrial laundry ••• Saelig distributes low-energy Bluetooth protocol analyzer from Teledyne LeCroy.

  • RFID Journal Announces LIVE! 2017 Highlights

    By RFID Journal

    Business professionals from leading companies in every sector and from around the world gathered at the RFID industry's largest and most important event.

  • Tego Releases Environmental-Monitoring Technology for Pharmaceutical Applications

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Touchless Environmental Monitoring Solution includes a high-memory tag attached to items such as agar exposure plates, an app used on a handheld reading device and Tego's Asset Intelligence Platform to track the history of the item in laboratories or clean-room environments.

  • Retailer, Tobacco Brand Each Track Shelf Availability via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The system, from NeWave, incorporates RFID tags on shelf pushers, as well as readers installed with the shelves to identify each pusher's position, and thus the quantity of product at that shelf location, thereby preventing out-of-stocks and helping to thwart shoplifting.

  • Hospital to Track 12,000 Assets via Active RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Michigan Medicine has already tagged about half that many items, and is tracking them with a Stanley Healthcare MobileView Wi-Fi- and ultrasound-based system.

  • John Lewis Rolling Out RFID Across All Fashion Goods

    By Claire Swedberg

    The UHF RFID solution, provided by Checkpoint Systems, currently includes 25,000 SKUs that are tagged at the source or by a third party, and are then tracked by branch employees at 34 locations across the United Kingdom.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Rich Handley

    Fujitsu announces ultra-thin washable UHF RFID tag for fashion apparel, accessories ••• Altova launches cross-platform mobile development framework with NFC features ••• CDO's asset-tracking solution supports AsReader's UHF RFID reader-writers ••• MSS Software expands client solutions with RFID asset-tracking capabilities ••• Zebra Technologies intros large-format, direct-to-card printer ••• Murata Americas releases three-axis MEMS accelerometers ••• Xerafy receives Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award.

  • Swedish Fashion Company Launches Global RFID System

    By Claire Swedberg

    The passive UHF solution, installed during a three-month span by Nedap Retail, enables Acne Studios to provide omnichannel sales with high inventory accuracy at all of its 45 stores.

  • ShelfAware RFID System Brings Visibility to Industrial Components

    By Claire Swedberg

    O-ring's newly patented system allows the supplier and its customers to track which components are onsite at any given time, via an RFID tag on each part, as well as readers at the storage area to identify when parts arrive at and leave the area.

  • Great Mosque of Mecca Adopts BLE-Based App

    By Claire Swedberg

    Worshippers can use an app from technology company NaviBees to view their location in or around the mosque, and to navigate their way to their destination.

  • GuardRFID Brings RTLS to Remote Locations

    By Claire Swedberg

    Solar-powered readers and exciters are designed to be easy and low-cost to install in areas where there may be no power or internet connectivity, to enable the locating of individuals or things within a meter or less at a distance of up to 400 meters.

  • PINC Brings RFID, Optic Sensor Drones Indoors With Fuel Cells

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is partnering with Intelligent Energy to power its new indoor drones with fuel cells, thereby ensuring a longer operational time before refueling.

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