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  • RFID Tracks Bats at Tel Aviv University Cave Entrance

    By Claire Swedberg

    Researchers at The Bat Lab for Neuro-Ecology are employing UHF RFID technology from Readbee to understand the movements of bats as they enter and leave their colony.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Rich Handley

    Connect&GO signs strategic partnership with Amusement Services International ••• Ambrosus launches blockchain-IoT platform to improve supply chain transparency ••• Edwards selects MapR Technologies for real-time data-analysis solution ••• Ayla Networks announces IoT platform with improved wireless module, application-development capabilities ••• Neology drops lawsuit against STAR Systems International ••• Zigbee Alliance says 3.8 billion ZigBee chipsets expected to be sold by 2023 ••• Industrial Internet Consortium, Internet of Things Alliance Australia announce liaison.

  • RFID Brews Up Valuable Beer Data for Restaurant

    By Claire Swedberg

    Oak & Stone estimates that 25 percent of its sales go to beer—as opposed to a common average of about 3 percent of sales—and now has RFID-based data indicating what demographics prefer which brands and beverage types, as well as when, all with a self-serve beer wall.

  • GS1 Brazil Launches Course on Industry 4.0

    By Edson Perin

    Presented in partnership with Inova Business School, the Master 4th Industrial Revolution and Emerging Technologies course is now open for registration.

  • Registration Now Open for RFID in Retail and Apparel 2018

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal's fourth annual event focused on the retail sector will explore the benefits that retailers and brand owners can achieve by using RFID and related technologies.

  • Health-Care, Pharmaceutical Providers Testing RFID to Track Hemophilia Medication

    By Claire Swedberg

    US Bioservices and MedImpact are piloting myCubixx technology for use with hemophilia patients to track how drugs are being stored in their homes, as well as when they are used and when they may expire.

  • Fresh Food Provider Sees £150,000 Savings With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    Reynolds built its own UHF RFID-based system to track its approximately 60,000 reusable crates as they are packed, then shipped to and returned from customers; the company is now examining other ways in which the technology could help track product shipments or forklift transit efficiency at its distribution center.

  • Registration Now Open for RFID Journal's 14th Annual European Event

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal LIVE! Europe, to be held on Nov. 7 in London (with a day of certification training on Nov. 6), will focus on the benefits of employing RFID to improve business operations across Europe.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Rich Handley

    Identiv intros tamper-proof RFID labels for anti-counterfeiting, brand protection ••• Checkpoint Systems releases new solutions leveraging RFID ••• Rockwell Automation showcases IIoT applications ••• Scandit raises Series B funding to bring IoT to everyday objects through computer vision, augmented reality ••• Soracom adds provisioning service for IoT devices in field, serverless visual dashboard for IoT application services ••• Tencent joins LoRa Alliance, announces LoRaWAN network and IoT solutions.

  • Integrated BLE-NFC Solution Opens the Door to Mobile Access

    By Claire Swedberg

    Nedap has upgraded its two-year-old MACE solution to allow integration with companies' access-control systems, enabling them to provide mobile phone-based access to individuals with their own apps and access-control technologies.

  • ABRFID to Deliver IoT RFID Award in August

    By Edson Perin

    This year, in addition to awards for Best Implementation and Personality of the Year, ABRFID will give cash prizes to the three best academic papers in Brazil.

  • RFID Technology Scores Ticketing, Brand Engagement at World Cup

    By Claire Swedberg

    All 4 million game tickets, as well as the Adidas Telstar 18 official World Cup balls, came with RFID tags built in, leveraging technology provided by HID Global, NXP Semiconductors and Smartrac.

  • Alibaba Invests in Smartrac, Takes a Seat on the Board

    By Claire Swedberg

    The retail giant is investing in RFID technology company Smartrac Group with an eye on NFC solutions for brand authentication and engagement.

  • IoT Opens Doors to Home Connectivity

    By Claire Swedberg

    IBM's Watson IoT Platform is being leveraged by window and door company Inwido to provide smart-home data, while IBM is also offering its IoT Building Insights solution for commercial building intelligence.

  • Awarepoint Assets Transferred to CenTrak Subsidiary

    By Claire Swedberg

    The RTLS company has signed an agreement to transfer select Awarepoint assets to CenTrak's Clinical Patents LLC, to sell Awarepoint's BLE- and ZigBee-based RTLS solutions, along with CenTrak's other technologies, including Gen2IR, ultrasound and RFID.

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