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in RFID News on Mar 23, 2017
TigeRFID is a GitHub-based open-source platform utilizing the technology development of ActiveWave, a Florida company owned by Touraj Ghaffari.
in RFID Basics on Mar 22, 2017
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) system make use of radio-frequency range of electromagnetic spectrum to identify, transfer information and track objects with the help of tags, a RFID transponder and a reader.
in RFID News on Mar 21, 2017
The tags are designed to provide location data on Sigfox's cloud-based server without requiring an installation of readers or access points, or handheld devices to capture the data.
in RFID Journal on Mar 20, 2017
RFID Technology has a great significance in this modern world. RFID is an acronym for Radio Frequency Identification which is basically an auto ID technology, based on radio waves. This technology is employed using RFID tags and readers. RFID tags consist of a chip for storing information and an antenna for detecting for radio waves.
in RFID News on Mar 17, 2017
Ferm RFID Solutions' universal tire tread label is designed to adhere to a tire's tread and track its movement through the supply chain, even when tires are stacked on metal racks.
in RFID Journal on Mar 16, 2017
Silicone RFID wristband has become a trend amongst people these days. These RFID wristbands are available for various purposes and in multiple colors which enhance their appeal in the people’s eyes.
in RFID News on Mar 15, 2017
The average return on investment from the Internet of Things is 34 percent, with one in 10 interview respondents reporting returns greater than 60 percent, according to a new study published by Aruba, a Hewlett-Packard Enterprise company that specializes in next-generation networking solutions.
in RFID Journal on Mar 14, 2017
RFID disposable wristband is designed for different applications including healthcare management, membership management, and access control management. The RFID wristband tags are used to access control in recreational venues, amusement parks, and concerts as well.
in RFID News on Mar 13, 2017
Radio Frequency Identification or RFID as it is better known is a wireless application of electromagnetic fields so as to facilitate data transfer through tags.
in RFID Journal on Mar 10, 2017
Nowadays, Information Technology has a great significance in hospitals and health care centers to achieve perfection and quality in operation management and health services. Swapping and kidnapping of newborns is one of the major problems in almost every hospital.
in RFID News on Mar 09, 2017
In the recent years, UHF RFID tags price has experienced strong growth and high volumes. The pricing of RFID tags is heavily dependent on the amount of memory used to make the particular tag as well as its volume and packaging method used to pack the tag.
in RFID Journal on Mar 08, 2017
Tagging in the aviation business is a necessity. With cases of misplacement and stolen baggage ever increasing, hard plastic luggage tags have come up as a breakthrough invention to solve the problem for airlines.
in RFID Journal on Mar 07, 2017
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology has gained widespread use and popularity around the globe. A few decades ago people used to talk about barcodes and their fast processing uses but now RFID technology has changed the lives of every business owner as well as individual users.
in RFID Basics on Mar 03, 2017
RFID tags are commercially used around the world. These tags enable the users to track the location of the tag bearer with the help of its receiver. The tags emit radio signals carrying the details of its location when triggered by the receiver.