A radio frequency identification system that delivers business value includes more than just tags and readers.
The software company is offering hospitals a system to track assets, patients and personnel using active and passive RFID tags.
The Army is testing WhereNet's real-time location system in a Pennsylvania communication equipment depot for a possible permanent deployment.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia has completed an initiative to RFID tag equipment and devices throughout the building.
The Swiss company, one of the largest tag producers in the world, provides RFID solutions for three target markets: logistics, access control and animal identification.
NASA has successfully completed testing of a system that combines RFID with sensor technology to better manage the storage of dangerous chemicals at Edwards Air Force Base.
USA TODAY yesterday ran an article profiling the Social Security Administration's cutting edge RFID plans.
Within months of deploying RFID to keep tabs on its IT equipment, Colorado's vast El Paso County expects to soon recoup its investment.
News of another mad cow disease case coincided with an announcement by Digital Angel that it had shipped 265,000 RFID tags designed for livestock tracking to its Canadian distributors.
Large organizations have a hard time tracking assets, like laptops. Pilots at one of the largest US government agencies, the Social Security Administration, prove RFID and creative thinking can save money.