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  • Serge Blanco Store Takes Stock of RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The French luxury sportswear company's Toulon location is using RFID to take inventory throughout the day, with the goal of gauging the technology's ability to decrease out-of-stocks, save labor and improve sales.

  • University Team Sees Ingestible RFID Tag as a Boon to Clinical Trials

    By Claire Swedberg

    The tag, attached to a small capsule, would enable drug developers to track when individuals take their medication.

  • RFID Saves Oil Companies Time and Money

    By Claire Swedberg

    Marine transportation and logistics firm Edison Chouest Offshore is using RFID hardware from Mojix and Omni-ID to streamline the delivery of equipment and supplies to oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico.

  • Toll Global Logistics Expects RFID to Provide Significant Savings

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is using EPC tags and S3Edge software to automate the tracking of products at its Singapore facility.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Conair, USA ID Orders Millions of RFID tags From Invengo; GuardRFID announces upgraded RFID middleware for active RTLS; ThingMagic intros new compact RFID UHF reader module; CommerceWorx unveils solution for integrating EDI and RFID; Precyse Technologies releases new bidirectional, long-range RTLS products; A.C.C. Systems' two new handheld RFID readers.

  • Juniper Putting RFID to Work to Track Products, Assets

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The networking-equipment manufacturer is using a mix of passive and active tags at sites around the world, to manage such items as test equipment, prototype circuit boards and servers.

  • Trident Health System Boosts Patient Throughput, Asset Utilization

    By Claire Swedberg

    An RFID-based solution from GE Healthcare and RF Code give the South Carolina hospital network a tool for locating equipment and identifying the availability of beds.

  • Wright University Researchers Test RFID and Ultrasound for 3-D RTLS

    By Claire Swedberg

    The project's team is developing a hybrid real-time location system for identifying where a nursing home resident is within a room, and whether that person is standing, sitting or has fallen.

  • RFID Journal Announces Winners of Its 4th Annual Awards

    Minera Norge, Almacafe, the Providence St. Joseph Medical Center's Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center, Sanjay Sarma and Impinj were all honored at RFID Journal LIVE! 2010.

  • Intermec Releases Software That Targets Tags of Interest

    By Claire Swedberg

    The ARX reader system includes motion detection that pinpoints tags based on their movement. The company also plans to release a new higher-memory tag and a lower-cost reader.

  • MTI Creates EPC Gen 2 USB Reader for Retailer Applications

    By Claire Swedberg

    Microelectronics Technology Inc. says retailers can use its device to do such things as activate the electronic products they sell, as well as access product information from the Internet.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Motorola unveils bar-code-RFID point-of-sale reader; Metalcraft announces universal RFID tags; Airbus extends RFID service contract with OATSystems; Impinj and Digilogics partner on RFID solutions for Mexico; Ubisense RTLS to manage buses, trams in Berlin; UPM Raflatac rolls out DogBone with Impinj Monza 4QT chip.

  • DOD Redoubles Its Efforts to Lower Costs Via RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Paul Peters, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for supply chain integration, says his department is launching a second phase of RFID deployment, focused on reducing inventory and increasing efficiency.

  • Savi, ODIN Offer New Active/Passive Integrated Software Suite

    By Claire Swedberg

    Dugway Proving Ground is the first to use ODIN's passive RFID software with Savi's SmartChain suite to manage active and passive data on a single platform.

  • Ekahau Uses Cell Phones to Extend RTLS Beyond the Building

    By Claire Swedberg

    Two companies are testing the application, which turns handsets into Wi-Fi RFID access points, thereby enabling Wi-Fi tags to be read in remote locations.

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