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in RFID News on Feb 09, 2018
RFID Journal's 16th annual event, being held in Orlando on Apr. 10-12, will feature an impressive lineup of new case studies exploring how to use RFID to create business value.
on Feb 08, 2018
From 2017, Shenzhen XinYeTong Technology Co.,Ltd company have visited abroad two big areas in the world, Southeast Asia, Dubai.
in RFID News on Feb 08, 2018
Heal's Wellbe device comes with BLE, Bluetooth and 4G cellular functionality to automatically capture data from health-tracking sensors so that doctors can keep an eye on the health of chronically ill or elderly patients between visits.
in RFID News on Feb 07, 2018
It's difficult to compare deployments by different retailers, but Marks & Spencer is certainly a company that others should look to emulate.
The compounder has been providing its prefilled medication syringes to its customers since late 2017 using technology from Kit Check, to enable those customers to receive and manage the receipt, movement and administration of medications to boost safety and efficiency.
in RFID News on Feb 06, 2018
Approximately 100 schools have adopted the RagTagd system since the company launched two years ago, enabling parents to receive a text message if their child's garment is left behind in a school's lost-and-found area.
Amazon Go is using video, which has great potential to work with RFID—but here's why the technology cannot replace radio frequency identification.
in RFID Basics on Feb 05, 2018
RF Physics & RFID: A Brief Overview
RFID systems, like all systems involving energy, are governed by the laws of physics. Physics is the study of matter and its motion through space and time, along with related concepts such as energy and force. To delve deeper, RFID systems also are subjected to fundamental electromagnetic principles. These principles speak to the transfer of energy and the electromagnetic spectrum, are defined in Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic induction and Lenz’s Law. In addition, governments and military departments regulate the use of the electromagnetic spectrum (frequency and power of transmission) in various parts of the world, which leads to different standards and regulations governing RFID systems.
in RFID News on Feb 05, 2018
The system, provided by Quuppa, has helped the company to increase sales and productivity, understand how its workspace is being used and automatically enable the utilization of rooms.
in RFID News on Feb 02, 2018
Nowadays, the Chinese central bank issued "on the issuance of barcode payment service specification (Trial)" (hereinafter referred to as the "notice", "standard" ") and supporting technical safety standard documents" barcode payment safety technical specifications (Trial) "and" barcode payment acceptance terminal specification (Trial) ". The specification will be implemented from April 1st this year.
Fixing fatal faults in buildings requires radio frequency identification technology.
in RFID Journal on Feb 01, 2018
NXP TagWriter is a general NFC reader/writer application that is highly recommended and available on Google Play App store. It only has a few main features such as reading, writing, erasing, and protecting tags which makes it easy-to-use and understand even for first-time NFC users. An interesting feature on this app is the amount of options it gives you when writing a tag.
in RFID News on Feb 01, 2018
In order to offer Internet of Things connectivity in Brazil, T-Systems has become a mobile virtual network operator.
in RFID Journal on Jan 31, 2018
Because UHF RFID has progressed so much since its inception, readers are able to read, on average, about 700 tags per second and interpret the data. This faster, highly efficient RFID tag read rate makes it possible for mass reading applications to emerge in several industries, most prominently in supply chain management.