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  • IATA Mandates RFID Use on Baggage for Airlines, Airports

    By Claire Swedberg

    After more than a decade of study and recommendations, the International Air Transport Association has voted to require the use of UHF RFID on air-travel baggage to prevent the mishandling of bags.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Rich Handley

    Atlas RFID Solutions launches new track-and-trace software; JADAK releases handheld barcode scanner with RFID functionality; Silicon Labs, Notion partner on IoT smart-home sensor; BehrTech intros wireless IIoT connectivity brand and product family; LoRa Alliance expands LoRaWAN certification program for IoT devices; ABI Research report says IoT tech taking root in agriculture.

  • NFC Raises Spirits for Tasmanian Distillery

    By Claire Swedberg

    Old Kempton Distillery is providing authentication and content about its whiskey products via HID Global's Trusted Tag solution, provided by Australian systems integrator AusNFC.

  • RFID Tracks Bourbon As It Ages

    By Claire Swedberg

    Wild Turkey has employed a UHF RFID system to monitor the aging process of its liquor at three storage locations, while eliminating the time and potential errors related to manually counting its 650,000 barrels.

  • Sigfox Launches Chicago Hacking House With Smart-City Focus

    By RFID Journal

    The program will kick off on June 4 at the Chicago Connectory, where attendees will be introduced to Sigfox, its use cases and the Hacking House program.

  • RFID in Manufacturing: Virtual Event Presentations Now Available

    By RFID Journal

    Hear how manufacturing firms are using RFID to achieve business benefits.

  • Impinj Sues NXP for Patent Infringement

    By Mark Roberti

    The maker of passive UHF RFID transponder chips and reader chips claims NXP has improperly used its patented innovations in NXP's UCODE integrated circuits.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Rich Handley

    Xerafy releases ceramic RFID tag; Zebra Technologies intros data-intelligence platform; Triax Technologies adds access-control functionality to its construction platform; Zigbee Alliance announces initiative to strengthen IoT security, interoperability, reliability; Tuya, Microsoft collaborate to power smart-home products on Azure Cloud platform; Global Market Insights predicts automotive NFC market will be worth $6 billion by 2025.

  • SigmaDots, Telit Team Up to Expand IoT Cybersecurity

    By RFID Journal

    The cybersecurity startup and the Internet of Things enabler are collaborating on the use of blockchain technology for routers, control panels, IoT gateways and other IoT devices.

  • New UHF RFID Smart Reader Operates Out of the Box

    By Claire Swedberg

    RFRain's RFR-RAIN-4-SMART device comes with a built-in reader, a microprocessor and an IP address to send data directly to a cloud-based server, thus preventing the need for complex or costly infrastructure installations.

  • CoreRFID Helps CraneCare Lifting Services Speed Up Inspection Certification

    By RFID Journal

    The U.K. specialist lifting software company is helping the Irish lifting equipment inspection firm to reduce the amount of time it takes to issue critical certification from weeks down to a matter of minutes.

  • IoT-BLE Device Brings Low-Cost Tool for Experimentation

    By Claire Swedberg

    STMicroelectronics is selling a low-cost plug-and-play Internet of Things device with built-in sensors and an app so that anyone with a smartphone can begin experimenting with IoT solutions in their home, business or place of recreation.

  • Special Olympics World Games Tracks Athletes via the IoT

    By Claire Swedberg

    The system, provided by Sigfox and its local operator iWire, located four missing athletes during the course of the Abu Dhabi event—not only at the stadium but around the city—each time within less than 30 minutes.

  • University Research Tracks Everyday Activities via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    A team from the University of Michigan and the University of Washington have completed their testing of a UHF RFID system that measures received signal strength and phase responses to reader interrogation, to identify not only what tag is in a room but whether it has moved or interacted with a person.

  • GS1 Summit Addresses Challenges of Industry 4.0 and the IoT

    By Edson Perin

    The event's speakers discussed the obstacles facing the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0, as well as the main initiatives to deal with these challenges, both with and without RFID.

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