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The new products are part of the NoWander solution, which enables a nursing facility to know where its patients are and if they have fallen, as well as analyze patient activity.
Chicago Public Schools to implement RFID for tracking assets; Ekahau upgrades Wi-Fi-based RTLS solution; Aker Eye Vision Source uses RTLS to improve patient flow, efficiency; Numerex, Cascade Engineering partner on asset management for solid-waste market; Swedish DYI retailer installs RF-enabled e-paper for digital product pricing, inventory; Master Lock acquires Field ID; Xerafy factory in China gets ISO-9001 certification, doubles capacity; GainSpan unveils single chip supporting Wi-Fi and Zi
The two companies, along with BP, Vail Resorts and EADS, will offer presentations at this year's conference and exhibition, being held from Apr. 30 to May 2, in Orlando, Fla.
The North Dakota State University group claims that its laser-based RFID inlay assembly method can be used to inexpensively incorporate tags into paper items, such as tickets and banknotes.
Schneider Electric provided its I/Net software, along with Idesco's high-frequency readers to manage access to interior and exterior doorways, cameras and other security components.
The company has launched a service in which it manufactures figurines and other three-dimensional plastic objects with embedded RFID tags, for applications that include marketing and gaming.
Restoration and storage facility Beautiful Mind is using a combination of HF and UHF passive tags and ZigBee sensors to monitor the location and storage conditions of artwork, and to control access.
Ams provides integrated, low-power UHF reader for Intermec's 70 series of handheld computers; NXP strengthens SmartMX2 security chips with PUF anti-cloning technology; TagMaster awarded contract by Alstom to develop and supply RFID for train-signaling system; Port Logistics Group deploying Tagsys' RFID solutions for its retail and apparel clients.
The factory-automation company developed passive UHF tags and hardware as a longer read-range alternative to its HF RFID solution, so that its customers can track assets and products.
The London startup focuses on Near Field Communication RFID tags and services designed to help its clients—retailers and product marketers—learn more about consumer behavior.
The company is writing to high-memory tags on two parts destined for Airbus from three of its manufacturing facilities, with plans to tag additional components by the end of the year.
The U.K. facility has deployed Stanley Healthcare's AeroScout Wi-Fi-based real-time location system to enable software to pinpoint the location of assets.
U.K. retailer John Lewis trials ZBD's electronic signs, displays; Novadis unveils rubber-encased UHF tag for harsh environments; RF Technologies consolidates product offerings; Danish agency seeks tenders for auto-ID and tracking in hospitals; MasterCard announces contactless-payments gains in Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa.
The University of Arkansas' RFID Research Center will show how retailers and suppliers can benefit from RFID applications.
The wireless sensor tag, developed by Cambridge Consultants, could be placed in a parcel prior to shipment and interrogated via a smartphone to learn if the contents suffered any impacts.
The company offers RFID-based solutions in South Africa that enable users to share photos and "likes" via Facebook, Twitter and similar sites; clients include Sunglass Hut.
The provider of metal-processing equipment and services is applying Tageos tamper-proof passive tags to 210,000 items and using handheld readers to take inventory.
The new sensor, used in conjunction with Awarepoint's ZigBee-based real-time location system, is designed to precisely track assets, patients and clinicians in predefined spaces as small as 1 foot by 1 foot.
Confidex's RFID Windshield Label receives interoperability certifications from OmniAir Consortium; Singapore hospital implements RFID solution to match babies with mothers; Redpine Signals intros wireless M2MCombo chip for Internet of Things; MP Antenna announces multi-polarized MIMO 2.4 GHz, 5.8 GHz Wi-Fi antennas; 2.1 billion contactless credentials expected to ship for transportation and ticketing market in 2018; Avery Dennison reports uptick in RFID sales during fourth-quarter and full-year
RFID Journal's 11th annual conference and exhibition will provide attendees with more than 75 hours of education and a speaker lineup of industry leaders.