- Electronic Dictionary Maker Spells Out RFID Plans
Group Sense, a Hong Kong-based electronics manufacturer, is about to start a trial tracking cases of products in its factory and DC.
- Air France-KLM Embarks on RFID Luggage-Tag Trial
The carrier hopes to use the technology to provide new services and to improve its ability to return checked-in luggage to its passengers.
- Omron Announces New Gen 2 Interrogator
The V750 can adjust to tag density, vary the RF field of each of its four antenna outputs and optimize performance for item-level applications.
- New Industrial-Strength Tag From Sokymat
The company's IN Tag is designed to withstand harsh processes, including those that involve water, high temperatures and mechanical stress.
- At Wentworth Club, RFID Tags Are Members-Only
To facilitate a policy that lets members just show up and play at designated courses, golf bags sport active RFID tags for tracking usage.
- USPS Uses RFID to Manage Vehicles, Drivers
The system provides a range of functions, including driver authentication, real-time vehicle location and speed, weight and impact sensing.
- Atmel, Crossbow Team on RF Sensor Solution
The two firms will offer makers of wireless sensors Atmel's RF chips and Crossbow's software platform for mesh networking.
- RFID Journal and EPCglobal Canada to Launch Canadian RFID Summit
During the event, the RFID Alliance Lab's research director will demonstrate advanced features and capabilities of the Electronic Product Code protocol.
- BP Tests RFID Sensor Network at U.K. Plant
The energy company seeks to determine how the technology might help it manage its chemical inventory, increase stock visibility and reinforce safe-handling business rules.
- Biomet Tags Its Orthopedic Knees
The company hopes its pilot RFID project will improve its customer service, reverse logistics and inventory management.
- Aircraft Parts Maker Adds Tags to Molds
Nordam Group is using RFID to track high-cost molds used to create certain aircraft.
- DaimlerChrysler Putting RFID Tags in Kanban Cards
The automaker plans to begin pilot RFID projects that will increase the visibility of parts at two of its German production sites.
- Ford Canada Adopts RFID System to Keep Parts Flowing
By July, the automaker's Oakville assembly plant will use active tags to track nearly 1,000 parts-filled trucks.
- Alien Seeks to Disprove Intermec Patent Infringement
Alien says it is seeking a declaratory judgment to prove its RFID products do not violate Intermec’s intellectual property.
- Metro Group Moves Forward with Gen 2
The German retailer has begun using Gen 2 EPC technology at a number of its RFID-enabled locations.