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RFID Readers: Do You Know Where Your Assets Are?

RFID Readers: Do You Know Where Your Assets Are?

RFID readers from the Pepperl+Fuchs IDENTControl System use a tag to identify assets, whose object-specific information is sent via a gateway to the Neoception Cloud, where the data can be viewed at any time.

RFID medication management: Keeping Drugs Out of the Hands of Healthcare Pros

RFID medication management: Keeping Drugs Out of the Hands of Healthcare Pros

IntelliGuard, a global leader in RFID medication management technology headquartered in Carlsbad, Calif.,has announced a new software that tracks and monitors narcotic waste in acute care hospitals.

RFID integration: New Plug-and-Play RAIN Reader

RFID integration: New Plug-and-Play RAIN Reader

JADAK, a business unit of Novanta Corporation has released a plug-and-play USB reader called “ThingMagic Elara” which makes it easy to add RFID integration into mid- and short-range applications.

Volvo: From RFID to IoT

Volvo: From RFID to IoT

The road ahead Volvo consolidated multiple tracking methods into a single approach applicable across the manufacturing operation and potentially beyond.

Identiv Intros Tamper-Proof RFID Labels for Anti-Counterfeiting, Brand Protection

Identiv Intros Tamper-Proof RFID Labels for Anti-Counterfeiting, Brand Protection

Identiv has announced its Tamper-Proof RFID Labels, the latest addition to its RFID, NFC and inlay portfolio. The label is compatible with any NFC inlay.

RFID and GPS: Betting on Bats

RFID and GPS: Betting on Bats

Researchers Tel Aviv University’s Bat Lab for Neuro-Ecology is employing RFID and GPS technologies to understand the behavior of bats.

RFID: A smarter way to get out

RFID: A smarter way to get out

Polish RFID technology company Smart Technology Group has developed what it calls the Safe and Sound Evacuation.

RFID Sensors: Passive sensors are taking off, researchers say

RFID Sensors: Passive sensors are taking off, researchers say

IDTechEx, a research company based in Boston, says that passive RFID sensors have overtaken battery-assisted sensors in 2017.

Smart RFID: Chip implant replaces passwords and ID badges

Smart RFID: Chip implant replaces passwords and ID badges

Three Square Market, a Wisconsin firm that makes cafeteria kiosks to replace vending machines, will be the first in the U.S. to microchip their employees.

IoT Hardware: Keeping track of scrubs with RFID

IoT Hardware: Keeping track of scrubs with RFID

Scrub replacement purchases with the aidd of RFID chips and systems that manage the use of medical procedure garments by hospital personnel may be poised for take-off.