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The company has adopted Brady Corp.'s Aerospace RFID Solution, which is intended to bring flexibility to users, with a choice of 11 different on- or off-metal tags that can be wrapped about equipment such as metal seat frames or oxygen canisters.

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The system at the OAAA trade show enabled attendees wearing smart badges to be recognized and greeted on a digital display as they entered, and to access content about the show and local points of interest by tapping a phone against the badges.


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ParTech's SureCheck system enables Lunds & Byerlys to automatically track temperatures within its coolers, in order to meet food-safety standards and confirm product freshness.


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HID Global's edTamper Seal Tag was designed for airline use to track whether life vests packed under passenger seats were present and unopened, thereby ensuring they will operate properly if needed.

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Michigan Medicine has already tagged about half that many items, and is tracking them with a Stanley Healthcare MobileView Wi-Fi- and ultrasound-based system.


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The passive UHF solution, installed during a three-month span by Nedap Retail, enables Acne Studios to provide omnichannel sales with high inventory accuracy at all of its 45 stores.

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The word Internet of Things (IOT) was first invented by British industrialist Kevin Ashton while working at Auto-ID Labs. It particularly refers to a global network of objects, which is connected to RFID (radio-frequency identification).

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The company is partnering with Intelligent Energy to power its new indoor drones with fuel cells, thereby ensuring a longer operational time before refueling.


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Today, advanced technology has brought drastic changes in various industries. There are some technologies which are in great demand since they hold the power to reduce manual labor and cost. 

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With the ALR-F800-X, users can name their readers according to their location, automatically read tags conforming to all standards, and set perimeters for readers with Microsoft's Windows tools and the device's Emissary software layer.

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Gone are the days when one had to stop to pay highway tolls, stop to buy tickets at metro stations and lock doors with keys to control access to such doors.

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According to a Juniper Research study, this growth is being fueled by RFID and Bluetooth Low Energy beacons, which are becoming lower in cost and more prevalent in stores, and which can now be leveraged for better analytics, customer experience and supply chain improvements.

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RFID technology is known to have brought some significant advancement and according to analysts, it will lead to more rapid growth in healthcare, retail, food safety, and other markets.

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The industrial technology firm aims for low-cost app-enabled handhelds with its RFID company acquisition.


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