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  • Team to Develop Standards for Testing RFID in Health Care

    By Claire Swedberg

    AIM Global, MET Labs and Georgia Tech will develop testing protocols for detecting electromagnetic interference caused by RFID transmissions, and for determining the effects of such interference on medical devices.

  • Slowing Sales Bring Change to RFID Smart Label Suppliers

    Weaker-than-expected demand for RFID smart labels is causing changes in the supplier community, with Zebra Technologies exiting the market and Alien Technology scaling back. This article examines the implications of these and other developments.

  • Benefits Up and Down the Ski Slope

    By Jill Gambon

    Vail Resorts' RFID ski lift pass program enhances the customer experience while improving business operations.

  • Researchers to Reveal RFID Benchmarks for Apparel Retail at RFID In Fashion 2009

    The University of Arkansas' RFID Research Center will reveal industry benchmarks regarding the benefits that can be achieved using RFID in apparel stores, at RFID Journal's fourth annual event, to be held in New York City on Aug. 12-13.

  • Philly Hospital Uses RTLS to Track Patient Flow, Care and Training

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Teaching hospital Albert Einstein Medical Center is using ultrasonic ID tags not only to monitor patient flow, but also to provide performance feedback to its residents and interns.

  • RFID Raises Profits at Plant Nursery

    By Claire Swedberg

    After developing and deploying an RFID system to track trays of seedlings at its own greenhouse, Knox Nursery plans to market the solution to other plant growers as well.

  • RFID Weekly News Roundup May 28, 2009

    Announcements from Europe highlighted a relatively quiet week in the RFID industry, which also saw new information products released to help RFID buyers and integrators.

  • RFID News Roundup

    ODIN Technologies launches free tag-pricing guide; Savi Technology, AeroScout settle lawsuit; CAEN RFID announces Bluetooth-enabled UHF reader; RFID Global Solution, Ubisense partner on RTLS for defense, aerospace; Brooks Automation unveils RFID reader for tracking solar cell production; IDTronic announces mobile RFID interrogator for UHF; VingCard intros electronic locking system that uses Bluetooth.

  • Highlights from Baird's RFID Monthly for May

    Baird has published the May edition of . The 17-page document is a worthwhile read for anyone requiring an overview of the industry's last 30 days. For those without time to do so, we have reprinted here the report's summary.

  • New Belgium Brewing Rolls Out RFID to Track Kegs

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company expects the system will decrease the man-hours spent tracking the kegs and the product they contain, as well as reduce the need to order extra kegs.

  • H&M Bay Cools Its Freight With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    EPC Gen 2 passive tags enable the shipping company to track the location of temperature-sensitive goods at its new cold-storage facilities, and to share that information with its customers.

  • RFID Weekly News Roundup May 21, 2009

    This article highlights RFID news and developments from this past week. Other than a noteworthy plant closing in the US, international customer wins, product releases and partnership agreements produced most of the news.

  • Middle East RFID Association Gets Ready for Business

    By Rhea Wessel

    After its official launch, expected soon, the organization will focus on helping the region's governments develop RFID-related regulations, but also offer workshops and training.

  • RFID News Roundup

    NFC payments trial planned for Middle East; RFcamp intros new HF metal-mount tag; NFC Forum serves up two new specifications; Databac announces physical security products for RFID-enabled ID cards; STid unveils new reader for tags featuring Mifare Plus, DESFire chips; CSL, Omni-ID team up on distribution agreement.

  • New Belgium Brewing Hops to RFID for Keg Management

    Craft brewer New Belgium Brewing began tracking its kegs internally with RFID and hopes to expand the system to track keg movements at distributor and retailer locations. The system is expected to improve fill rates and asset utilization.

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