Heartlands Hospital's ENT surgery unit uses an RFID system allowing it to perform more surgeries and reduce the potential for errors.
Associate FDA commissioner Randall Lutter says the pharmaceutical industry needs to move quickly toward adopting RFID for verifying a drug’s chain of custody.
The company created its package of software and services to help firms across the pharma supply chain collect and share tag data.
The not-for-profit organization tested an RFID system to manage and track blood, improve safety, make deliveries more timely and lower costs.
Alien Technology has requested that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission withdraw its registration statement for an initial public offering.
With more than 150,000 soldiers and their dependents using the base's six health clinics, the Army is seeking a better system to track their medical files.
Alien's decision last week to delay its initial public offering has left industry watchers debating on whether the RFID company is a bellwether for the RFID industry as a whole.
TI says its Gen 2 chips will be available in August, in the form of wafers and as rolls of chips attached to straps. The company will stop making Gen 2 inlays.
Researchers will gather in Beijing in October and are seeking papers from those working on applied RFID research.
The trial uses software that complies with EPCglobal’s proposed Electronic Product Code Information Services draft standard, following a successful test involving an EPCIS-based data repository from IBM and data analysis application from T3Ci.