RFID Journal Videos

RFID Labels Track Single Doses of Propofol

Genixus, a pharmaceutical manufacturer and FDA-registered repackager and 503B outsourcer, has launched its first RFID-enabled prefilled product for use in the acute and critical-care setting. Its ready-to-administer pre-filled propofol syringes lever...

Improving Patient Safety With Wearable Sensors

The population of the United States is aging.  Based on the latest predictions by the Administration of Aging (AoA), by 2020 there will be approximately 55 million people in the US aged 65 or older, which is almost double its value in 1990.  A rece...

Testing and Quality Control

It is critical, once an RFID system is deployed, that it function as designed. Failure to read 100 percent of tags in some cases can mean disruptions to a manufacturing line, which costs a company money. In this session, the presenter will discuss th...

Choosing the Right RFID Equipment

Depending on the speed of your manufacturing line, it might be difficult to find RFID-enabled label applicators that are fast enough to apply tags inline, without slowing down the manufacturing process. If you need to write data to a tag, this, too, ...

Integrating RFID With PLCs and Manufacturing Systems

An RFID system cannot simply be bolted onto an existing manufacturing or packaging line. It must be integrated with that line. Tags must be applied inline, and there must be a system for checking that each tag is functioning, and for rejecting items ...