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  1. Singapore Airport, Airlines Piloting Handheld RFID Reader

    Numerous airlines are deploying or piloting a UHF RFID-enabled handheld device that can be used with a smartphone and then be charged with that phone on a single charging device

  2. Balluff’s U-890 UHF Handheld Reader Can Read Multiple Tags At Long Range

    It offers great flexibility for RFID in both close and long-range applications in addition to 2D barcode scanning. The reader is equipped with a high-speed processor, which allows for expeditious reading of multiple tags in the field.

  3. TrackX To Deploy High Value Vehicle Tracking Solution For Polaris Industries

    TrackX Holdings Inc. (TSX.V:TKX | OTC: TKXHF | FSE :3TH) (“TrackX” or the “Company”), a SaaS-based enterprise asset management solution provider, is pleased to announce that Polaris Inc. (NYSE: PII), a global leader in powersports valued at over $5 billion, has chosen TrackX to deliver its Global Asset Management for Enterprises (GAME) solution for recreational vehicle inventory management at its facility in Wyoming, Minnesota, as the first of a multi-facility initiative

  4. Gina Tricot Rolls Out RFID Making Inventory Accuracy And Sustainability A Priority

    Nordic ID, a Finnish technology company, known for innovative PaaS-solutions for item tracking and management, partners with Swedish clothing company Gina Tricot for real-time inventory solutions to be rolled out in more than 180 stores

  5. Paragon ID Will Support Air France's Transition Towards RFID Bag Tag Technology For The Next Three Years

    Paragon ID, leading provider of identification solutions for Transport, e-ID, Traceability, Brand Protection and Payment is pleased to announce the signature of a 3-year contract with Air France for the supply of the airline’s RFID luggage tags

  6. Holstein Association USA Encourages The Use Of RFID Ear Tags To Meet USDA Requirements

    USDA announced their implementation timeline for mandatory electronic animal identification for cattle earlier this year. By January 1, 2023 all dairy cattle will require an official 840 RFID ear tag for interstate movement

  7. SML Announces RFID TotalCare To Enable Retailers And Brand Owners To Simplify RFID Adoption And Maximize Returns

    SML RFID, the leading full-service RFID solution provider, has recently announced the launch of its RFID TotalCare offering, an all-in-one systemic package of its item-level RFID tagging and software solutions

  8. The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre In Australia Now Using InvoTech UHF-RFID Uniform System

    InvoTech Systems Inc. announced the recent implementation of its UHF-RFID Uniform System at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre to automate uniform tracking, accounting and reporting for the uniforms

  9. Stanford Engineers Have Developed Wireless Sensors That Stick To The Skin To Track Our Health

    Stanford engineers have developed experimental stickers that pick up physiological signals emanating from the skin, then wirelessly beam these health readings to a receiver clipped onto clothing. It’s all part of a system called BodyNet.

  10. Sick Shrinks UHF RFID Read/Writing With Smallest Industrial Device

    SICK has launched the smallest industrial UHF RFID read/write device of its kind, the RFU610, creating new opportunities to integrate RFID track and trace capability in automated machines and mobile vehicles across production, materials handling, and logistics environments