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  • Identec Group Adopts New Growth Strategy to Go With Its New Name

    By Claire Swedberg

    The owner of Identec Solutions and eight other RFID software, hardware and technology firms expects to gain synergies from its various divisions, and hopes to acquire additional companies around the globe.

  • Mayo Clinic, ODIN Commercialize Specimen Tracking

    By Claire Swedberg

    ODIN will market the EasySpecimen solution, which the clinic will also use in its own labs.

  • Omni-ID Debuts Tags for Oil and Gas Companies

    By Claire Swedberg

    The tag maker has partnered with C-Logistics to market disposable RFID tags for offshore oil customers, as well as with Holland 1916 to manufacture and distribute metal-mount tags for tracking lifting gear and cranes.

  • RFID News Roundup

    UPM RFID launches inlays, teams with NXP on NFC; Jamison RFID intros UHF portal; Confidex expands industrial tag family; NXP launches Global Partner Program; GuardRFID unveils active Staff Tag for RTLS; OATSystems, CSC Partner on part-marking package for Airbus; Orbiter unveils RFID power-control board.

  • RFID Journal Announces Winners of Its Fifth Annual Awards

    By Claire Swedberg

    Gerry Weber International, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Mission Foods, Argonne National Laboratory, Intelleflex and Impinj's Chris Diorio have earned this year's awards, reflecting a variety of uses and achievements.

  • RFID Helps Florida's Seminole County Manage Equipment

    By Claire Swedberg

    The county has attached EPC Gen 2 passive tags to 10,000 of its most valuable assets, so that it can swiftly conduct inventory throughout its 130 facilities and offices.

  • Alien Technology Announces New IC, Handheld Readers and Inlays

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Peter Green, the company's new CEO, says his aim is to launch Alien's products and services that cater to specific vertical applications.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Phychips wins multiple customers for EPC reader chip for mobile phones; Avery Dennison announces new inlays, one-billionth shipment; InfoChip unveils new in-metal HF RFID chip; Hungarian RFID provider debuts RFID EAS hard tag in North America; ImageFIRST selects Fujitsu RFID tags for garment tracking; RFID Global raises $2.5 million in funding; Austriamicrosystems' IC featured in Thinkify's RFID reader-writer; TI to acquire National Semiconductor.

  • NXP to Unveil New UHF, HF Chips

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The new models include the Ucode I2C, a high-memory EPC chip that can be embedded into computers and other devices in order to activate features or diagnose errors, and the Icode ILT, a high-frequency IC designed for high-volume, fast tag reading.

  • European Commission Issues Framework for Measuring and Mitigating RFID's Privacy Impact

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    GS1 expects the voluntary guidelines will increase consumer trust in the technology, thereby advancing the adoption of RFID in Europe.

  • Tego Introduces Radiation-Resistant EPC Tag

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Radion, capable of withstanding high levels of X-ray and gamma radiation, will be available in a variety of form factors, for use in the health-care, food, aerospace and defense industries.

  • Tagsys Offers End-to-End Solution for Apparel Industry

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company's Fashion Item Tracking System (FiTS) is a fully integrated solution for retailers and garment suppliers, including hardware, software and maintenance services.

  • Impinj Launches Products to Speed Item-Level Encoding

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company's Monza 5 chip and STP Source Tagging platform aim to enable companies to encode more than 1,000 RFID labels a minute, with fewer errors.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2011 to Feature Manufacturing Supply Chain Demos

    In the event's main exhibit hall, Rush Tracking Systems and several key partners will provide live demonstrations of how RFID can be used at factories and warehouses.

  • Continental Tire Uses RFID to Keep Production Rolling

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is utilizing Wi-Fi-based tags to locate components for its tire-assembly plant, reducing the time workers spend searching for parts and ensuring that they are used before expiring.

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