Lowry Solutions Employee Graduates From Wayne State’s Vehicle Supply Chain Management Certificate Program
Lowry Solutions, a leading enterprise mobility solutions provider and systems integrator of barcode and RFID data collection solutions, has announced that Paula Peterson graduated from the Vehicle Supply Chain Management certificate program offered by Wayne State University and the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG).
JW Marriott Hotel Santo Domingo Implements InvoTech Uniform And Linen Systems
InvoTech Systems, Inc. announced that the JW Marriott Hotel Santo Domingo had its grand opening with InvoTech’s advanced RFID Uniform and Linen Systems on duty. The property’s 15,000 linens and 2,000 staff uniforms are tracked and managed by InvoTech software that increases operating efficiency and ensures all items are accounted for.
eAgile Launches The World's Smallest High Performance UHF Inlay For Item-Level Intelligence
eAgile Inc., a global leader in radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies, announced today the release of their new UHF EPC compliant MicroWing™ inlay.
SML Group Limited Launches GB4 Inlay With NXP UCODE7 Chip For Inventory Accuracy And EAS Loss Prevention
SML announces the launch of its latest inlay, the GB4 recently. Incorporating the NXP UCODE7 chip, the inlay brings a smaller foot print and greater sensitivity to item-level inventory applications in retail and supply chains, such as stacked denim and garments on hangers.
Juniper Systems’ Class I, II, & III, Division 2 Archer 2™ For Hazardous Locations Now Shipping
Juniper Systems’ long-awaited Archer 2™ rugged handheld certified for hazardous locations (Archer 2 Hazloc) is now available. Archer 2 Hazloc is certified Class I, II, & III, Division 2, designed to perform safely in hazardous locations where flammable gases, liquids, vapors, dusts, or fibers and flyings may be present.
NIST Study Examines Use Of RFID For Forensic Evidence Management
RFID technology is widely used in manufacturing and other industries as a method of tracking and managing inventories.
How RFID Technology Can Help Protect Students
In an effort to improve the safety of children on their way to and from schools, school systems are looking into tracking solutions as a way to keep tabs on where students are.
RFID Tracks Medications, Improves Safety
Electronic tracing of medication trays has improved patient safety at Fletcher Allen in Vermont. By Katie Wike, contributing writer
Could RFID Tech Improve Breast Cancer Surgery?
University of Wisconsin researchers are currently working on using implantable radio frequency identification (RFID) chips to guide surgeons to a tumor’s location. They believe that the technology has the potential to replace painful and less accurate wire localization methods.
Retail RFID – Improving The Customer Experience Means Increasing Demand For Source Tagging By Suppliers
As Retailers expand the implementation of item-level RFID, how do suppliers meet the requirements placed on them for source tagging? Initiatives by retailers’ to-date have largely been focused on inventory management of specific products and tagging of the items done in the DC or store. But as retailers go beyond modest-scope goals and tagging of specific items such as shoes, bras and denim the shift to source tagging by retail suppliers will continue to grow.
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