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2011-04-20 UHF RFID tags designed for industrial use
Omni-ID and Holland 1916 unveil two passive UHF RFID tags that promise to replace manually tracking industrial machinery and lifting equipment used in oil and gas drilling, construction, and nuclear powerplants.
2003-01-06 Toppan collaborates with RFID tag vendors
Toppan Printing has reached agreements with Telemidic Ltd and AMPLET Inc. to co-develop next-generation RFID tags and reader/writers, and to exclusively manufacture and market them.
2007-09-28 Three firms to develop implantable RFID glucose sensor
Three companies have teamed up to develop a prototype renewable glucose sensor to be used in conjunction with an implantable bio-sensing RFID microchip to measure glucose levels in the body
2013-12-30 ThingMagic brings RFID tech to supply chain
Established by five MIT alumni, the company claimed to have developed next-generation RFID systems that include wireless readers and data-transmitting tags.
2007-02-01 Test passive RFID tags with RTSA
This article discusses the testing challenges facing the designer of an RFID communication systemregulatory testing, standards conformance, and optimization with a focus on passive RFID tags.
2012-08-01 Team up targets high density memory for RFID readers
Ramtron and Module Technology's partnership will enhance Module Technology's standard RFID reader hardware geared for applications such as smart metering and industrial manufacturing
2006-03-17 Symbol, IBM to create 'intelligent' RFID reader
Symbol Technologies, The Enterprise Mobility Company and IBM announced that Symbol will embed IBM's WebSphere RFID Device Infrastructure on Symbol's XR series of fixed RFID readers
2007-09-25 Startup drives Active RFID adoption
British startup RFTRAQ has started production of its Active RFID tags to advance help push the use of the devices and expand into new application sectors.
2009-05-08 Sensor hardware kit rolls for RFID, security apps
STMicroelectronics has released the a comprehensive hardware developer kit for building active RFID tags and readers that comply with the global standard for 433MHz active RFID technology, ISO 18000-7.
2015-11-11 RFID ushers supply chain transformation
RFID chips play a key role in logistics and in making the manufacturing process "smart" due to their ability to track, connect and read objects directly fits into the technology that comprises the IoT
2007-07-30 RFID ups operational efficiency in Japan department store
NXP Semiconductor details how the Misukoshi's shoe department in Japan used RFID technology in its products to improve its service by cutting down on customers' waiting time and to catch sales that are lost when the department runs out of its most popular products
2008-05-21 RFID tracks surgical sponges in operating rooms
A Pittsburgh startup has launched what could be one of the first RFID systems to debut in an operating room setting
2005-08-12 RFID tag with 256 bytes of FRAM
Fujitsu introduced the newest member of its FerVID family of RFID tagsthe MB89R119that incorporates 256 bytes of FRAM and operates at approximately 50 times the speed of tags that use EEPROM.
2006-01-20 RFID production to increase 25 fold by 2010
Total production of RFID tags in 2005 reached more than 1.3 billion and will vary widely by industry segment for several years, according to a recent report.
2006-01-30 RFID market to grow 10 fold by 2016, firm says
IDTechEx said last week it expects the size of the RFID market to grow from roughly $2.7 billion in 2006 to $12.3 billion in 2010. By 2016, it expects the market to be worth $26.2 billion
2005-03-08 RFID IC finds the cows
EM Micro's new 512bit contactless identification CMOS RFID ICs are intended for use in electronic read/write RF transponders
2007-11-16 RFID hits roadblocks in war vs. fake drugs
The electronics industry has been counting on RFID's adoption as the antidote to drug counterfeiting. But legal wrangling and federal foot-dragging are raising concerns that the technology's adoption for tracking drugs through the supply chain may no longer be a given
2004-04-27 RFID future: Closer than you think
A person walks up to a kiosk in a retail store, stands in a designated space and a scanner "reads" all the items he has collected.
2007-12-07 RFID devices with crypto engine prevent counterfeiting
Atmel has unveiled the CryptoRF 13.56MHz RFID devices with 64bit embedded cryptographic engine, mutual authentication capability and up to 16 individually configurable zones
2007-04-03 RFID demo kit enables prototyping of LF IDICs
Atmel announced the availability of the ATA2270-EK1125-kHz RFID demo kit, which enables the evaluation and prototyping of low-frequency identification ICs used in a broad range of RFID applications
2006-12-14 RFID companies still not ready for growth, says expert
The RFID market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of nearly 20 percent over the next six years and several factors are coming together to ease adoption of the technology
2007-05-01 RFID chip uses UHF bands for longer distances
Starport Systems Inc.'s SF7001 single-chip CMOS reader IC will use UHF bands in a design that can operate from NFC distances to several meters.
2005-09-19 RFID chip offers global interoperability, optimized performance
STMicroelectronics introduced a UHF (Ultra-High Frequency) contactless memory chip that complies with the latest Electronic Product Code specifications.
2006-07-25 Researcher developing anti-RFID device
Researchers in Amsterdam say they have completed a device that prevents RFID tags from being read. The goal of the research project is to protect people from a technology that is gaining wide acceptance but has the potential to compromise consumer privacy.
2012-02-27 Research scales RFID for use in retail apps
Touting the world's first RFID circuit made in low-temperature thin-film technology that allows reader-talks-first communication, Imec and partners unveiled cheap yet powerful tags.
2006-02-08 Philips to present plastic RFID circuit
Scientists at Philips Research have created a fully functional 13.56MHz RFID tag based entirely on plastic electronics
2005-03-07 Philips Semiconductors applies RFID to its own supply chain
Showing faith in its own products, and providing a working example to inspire potential customers, Philips Semiconductors has deployed radio frequency identification (RFID) tags in its supply chain in Asia, the company said Wednesday (Mar. 2).
2005-04-06 Philips readies RFID chip that meets global spec
Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands said it is testing engineering samples of an RFID chip that complies with the Electronic Product Code Class 1 Generation 2 standard
2005-10-10 Philips pitches RFID technology to policy makers
Philips Semiconductors is putting its weight behind a lobbying effort aimed at convincing policy makers to adopt RFID tag technology
2006-02-09 Philips not first with plastic RFID, claims startup
PolyIC has contested a claim by Philips Research that Philips engineers realized the first plastic-electronics-based radio-frequency ID tag capable of transmitting multibit digital identification codes at 13.56MHz.
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