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  1. SpotSee Launches ShockWatch RFID For Tracking Damage Through Supply Chain

    SpotSee, a global leader in supply chain damage monitoring through low-cost devices and connectivity solutions, has launched a new device that combines impact-damage monitoring with radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology

  2. IDNYC Smart Chip Debate Raises Questions Of Smart City Ethics

    A proposal by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio would allow tiny RFID chips to be implanted in every municipal ID to facilitate electronic payments, connect to the metro train station and even hold medical information [1]. City Council member Carlos Manchaca introduced a bill in response to this proposal to prevent the smart chip, citing surveillance concerns--particularly for immigrants [2]

  3. Emirates Engineers Efficiencies With RFID

    As the largest international airline with the biggest fleet of A380s and Boeing 777s, Emirates naturally has a lot of emergency equipment in the skies. To solve the challenge of tracking these essential items on a massive scale and scope, Emirates turned to RFID* technology

  4. Silafrica Is The First African-Based Packaging Company To Introduce Smart Crate Technology

    Silafrica, a leading packaging company in Africa that supplies plastic packaging throughout East Africa, including Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and Tanzania is set to be the first African company to employ the Smart Crate technology. Designed especially for produce, Smart Crates are scheduled to be in production within six months

  5. SensThys And Smartrac Partner To Provide RFID-Based Moisture, Temperature And Location Sensing Solution

    Smartrac Technology Group, a global leader in RFID technology and IoT solutions, and SensThys Inc., a technology company that seamlessly integrates sensors and communications with a high-efficiency networking platform, have partnered to provide an innovative RFID-based moisture, temperature and location sensing solution for facilities management

  6. Bay State Linen Implements InvoTech Laundry System To Better Serve Clients

    InvoTech Systems Inc. announced the recent implementation of its Laundry System at Bay State Linen in Brockton, Massachusetts. InvoTech Systems is the leading provider of advanced Linen Management, Laundry and Uniform Systems that integrate the latest RFID technology to increase profitability for hotels, resorts, casino operators, sports arenas, convention centers and theme parks

  7. The Sky’s The Limit As Electronic Baggage Tags Enter New Era

    NYC’s One Bag Tag and Netherlands-based BAGTAG officially announced today a groundbreaking cooperation, propelling the airline Electronic Baggage Tag (EBT) industry to soaring new heights

  8. TEKLYNX International Renews Strategic Partnerships With Leading ERP Providers Oracle® And SAP®

    TEKLYNX CENTRAL Enterprise Labeling Solution Integrates with Oracle Cloud and SAP Cloud Platform to support next-generation enterprise labeling environments.

  9. Keeping Track Of A Million Helmets: Confidex And PT Electrodata Provide An RFID Tag Solution For Indonesia-Based Gojek Multiservice Startup

    In just under ten years, the Indonesia-based Gojek, a multi-service platform and digital payment technology startup, has grown into a ten-billion-dollar enterprise with over two million motorcycle taxis and couriers in several Southeast Asian countries

  10. Impinj Extends Support For Japan’s Electronic Tag Initiative At Convenience Stores And Drug Stores

    Impinj, Inc., a leading provider and pioneer of RAIN RFID solutions, recently extended its support for electronic tagging in Japan’s convenience stores and drug stores