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in RFID Journal on Jan 22, 2018
IBM launches a block chain truck tracking solution, and the Internet of things + block chain is transparent for the transport of goods.
in RFID Basics on Jan 19, 2018
What is RFID attendee tracking?
RFID attendee tracking systems use the benefits of RFID technology to gather business intelligence at events like trade shows, conferences, corporate functions, and other large gatherings. RFID provides the visibility and metrics needed for validated decision making before, during, and after events.
in RFID News on Jan 19, 2018
Automotive, pharmaceutical and high-value brand companies are testing samples of Smartrac's Circus Tamper Loop tag with NXP's NTAG 213 TT chip built in, to identify whether a product has been tampered with and respond to interrogation with the tampered status.
in RFID Basics on Jan 18, 2018
Even with a perfect RFID hardware configuration, the success of the entire system depends on the ability to obtain a consistent read from your RFID tags. With zero visibility of your assets, all of your planning and testing will go to waste if the RFID tags are not properly affixed to materials. Here are thirteen tips to help you successfully deploy RFID tags in the field.
in RFID News on Jan 18, 2018
The two-month event, which attracts up to 50 million pilgrims, can lead to children being lost, so police are using an RFID-based solution from Vodafone India to help them—and guardians—keep track of young people.
in RFID News on Jan 17, 2018
The retailer is using Keonn RFID technology from Milestone Integrated Systems to track inventory and prevent shrinkage at one of its Johannesburg stores.
The game, from Hasbro and Harmonix Music Systems, allows players to create thousands of unique mixes based on popular songs, with the help of passive NFC RFID and Bluetooth technologies.
in RFID News on Jan 16, 2018
The GB4U8 inlay leverages NXP's UCODE 8 chip and antenna design to accomplish what SML calls an increase in performance over other tags in its 42- by 16-millimeter size.
in RFID Journal on Jan 16, 2018
The current system might still be excellent but the circumstances are constantly changing, so the requirements for the system are changing too. The increasing need for more efficient performance requires a renewable system as the existing one is designed for serving current processes. We cannot therefore say that there would be something wrong with the current system - only the requirements for the system have changed. Therefore it is advisable to search for another business intelligence option, such as RFID. But, please bear in mind that if your boss has personally selected the current system, stick in pure numbers and figures instead of pointing at the problems.
in RFID Journal on Jan 11, 2018
RFID is an exciting technology that has greatly improved visibility in supply chains, tool tracking, and access control applications among others. Until recently however, RFID hasn’t typically been included in many consumer facing applications. Companies either deemed the technology too expensive, or they assumed the consumer wasn’t ready to learn another emerging technology. The tides are changing. As costs for RFID and NFC tags continue to decrease, and phone manufacturers incorporate NFC capabilities into their products, RFID is being embraced in advertising campaigns, products, and events across the world. In this list, you’ll see some of the new and creative examples of RFID in marketing. Let these ideas spark your own RFID & NFC advertising campaigns!
in RFID News on Jan 11, 2018
The ALR-S350 is designed to enable companies to employ their own iOS or Android devices with a Bluetooth connection to manage read data, using the polarization of their choice.
in RFID Basics on Jan 10, 2018
Mounting or embedding RFID tags on metal is a tricky proposition for the uninformed, and the informed for that matter. Metal surfaces reflect energy emitted from RFID readers and create interference for RFID tag antennas, which means the tag isn’t able to receive power and transmit information; however, specific RFID tags will work around metal surfaces. RFID companies have patented technology that allows RFID to work when attached to metal surfaces and even embedded within metal products. As long as you choose the correct RFID equipment for your situation and application, you won’t need to worry about interference from metal.
in RFID News on Jan 10, 2018
Harland Simon has completed a pilot of a PervasID reader as part of its RFID Discovery solution, to provide real-time location within such areas as clinical engineering departments.
in RFID Journal on Jan 09, 2018
If you’ve ever participated in an organized race, you may have received two different finish times. Depending on the number of participants in the race and your initial position in the group of runners at the start, the two race results could vary by mere seconds, or be considerably off by minutes.