Current Headlines

  1. GlobeRanger Expands Its Suite Of Aviation RFID Offerings, Receiving FAA Letter Of Operational Suitability
    1/29/2016

    GlobeRanger, a Fujitsu Company, has received a letter of Operational Suitability from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) AFS 300 Aircraft Maintenance Division for its "Next Generation" aviation RFID solution.

  2. Long Range RFID Relay Reader
    1/27/2016

    Recently, DAILY RFID has introduced a kind of intelligent Long Range RFID Relay Reader that owns abnormally excellent features and humanized design. DAILY RFID, the remarkable manufacturer of RFID industry, has produced a large number of products to export to major countries and the areas such as the Southeast Asia, Middle East, Europe and America.

  3. eAgile Announces The Production Launch Of The eSeal RFID Solution For Sealed Caps And Closures
    1/26/2016

    eAgile Inc., a global leader in radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies, announces the successful high-volume production launch of the eSeal heat induction solution. eSeal is the first turnkey solution engineered to integrate the benefits of RFID into the billions of caps and closures consumed by the over-the-counter pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetic and chemical manufacturers.

  4. RTLS Market Deriving Growth From Surging Adoption Across Industries
    1/21/2016

    The global market for real time location systems (RTLS) has been exhibiting growth at an extraordinary pace. RTLS technology helps deliver state-of-the-art tracking methods to its users. The system transmits wireless signals to a particular reference point to determine a given object’s location.

  5. InvoTech Upgrades Uniform Management System With RFID Technology At Trump National Doral Golf Resort And Spa Miami
    1/20/2016

    InvoTech Systems, Inc. announced Luxury Miami Golf Resort Trump National Doral is upgrading their uniform management and control processes with InvoTech’s RFID Uniform System.

  6. Avery Dennison Retail Branding And Information Solutions Enhances The Consumer Experience At NRF 2016
    1/19/2016

    Avery Dennison Retail Branding and Information Solutions (RBIS), a global leader in apparel, footwear and RFID-enabled solutions, attended the 2016 National Retail Federation’s (NRF) 105th Annual Convention and EXPO yesterday at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City

  7. NXP And Guala Closures Bring Smart-Security NFC Closure Solutions To Wine And Spirits Market
    1/19/2016

    NXP Semiconductors (NASDAQ:NXPI) and Guala Closures Group today announced a collaboration to develop next generation closure solutions for the wine and spirits industry.

  8. Divelbiss HEC-Gateway Controller - Coupling Industrial Communication Buses And IoT In Harsh Environments
    1/12/2016

    Divelbiss Corporation, serving the electronics and industrial control industry since 1974, announces the introduction of the HEC-Gateway Controller, a harsh environment enhanced communications controller with minimal I/O; capable of translating between various industrial bus protocols and Cloud Communications with the Divelbiss VersaCloud M2M platform. 

  9. New EMKA Guide To Electronic Locking Systems
    1/9/2016

    The new EMKA guide to Electronic Locking and Monitoring Systems gives an introduction to the rapidly developing field of IT data protection. It covers the areas of electro-mechanical locking, RFID card, PIN Code and fingerprint Bio-locking technologies suited to cabinets from industrial sites to server/data centres.

  10. U.S. International Trade Commission To Investigate Kapsch TrafficCom North America, Star Systems International, And Star RFID For Unlawful Importation Of RFID Products
    1/7/2016

    Neology, a leader in secure high-value Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions and a subsidiary of RFID industry pacesetter SMARTRAC, today announced that the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) has instituted an investigation into Neology's complaint that Kapsch, Star Systems International, and Star RFID have committed unfair acts through infringement of U.S. Patents 7,119,664, 8,325,044, and 8,587,436.