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2008-01-11 64Kbyte FRAM RFID tag debuts for aviation
Fujitsu has developed the world's first 64Kbyte UHF-band RFID tag with high-capacity FRAM for aircraft apps.
2009-04-28 Wi-Fi tracker handles two-way RTLS
Redpine Signals Inc. has released a new module supporting Wi-Fi real-time location systems (RTLS) tags that offers an 802.11n single stream solution for asset tracking.
2009-06-30 Ultrathin RFID modules fit paper tags
Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd has significantly reduced the thickness of its Magicstrap tiny RFID modules range making them suitable for paper label inlays for mainstream retail applications.
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.
2008-09-10 Tiny switches respond to security cards' risks
Peratech has developed switches made from an ultrathin pressure sensitive material, which the company claims can overcome the risks of "contactless skimming" in security cards.
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.
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.
2008-03-31 South Korea police wants GPS on all phones
Due to recent criminal events, the South Korea National Police Agency announced plans to install GPS on all cellphones nationwide while introducing RFID tags.
2007-05-25 Singapore aquarium displays RFID-tagged fish
Singapore's Underwater World aquarium has tagged some of its fishes using microchips in order for visitors to identify the different species on display.
2004-09-16 RTSA aids RFID testing
Explore Freescale's i.MX21 applications processor based on ARM core technology and designed for mobile wireless applications.
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.
2005-05-16 RFID tracks future everyday apps
Replacing barcodes, RFID is set to make transportation logistics and access control or object identification easier and considerably more reliable
2006-03-09 RFID software gets enhancements
Cape Systems Group announced the release of Version 2.06 of its RFID Tag Locator software designed for RFID tag placement analysis and pallet-reading optimization.
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.
2010-03-11 RFID market to enjoy steady growth
Despite the economic let-ups, RFID outlook is good for steady growth through the next five years, according to new market data by ABI Research.
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.
2006-01-01 RF locator system uncovers shopping patterns
The RF Cart Solution of RetailTech can provide retailers information such as popular stopping points, the duration of stay and the merchandise they actually bought.
2007-11-22 Printed ICs prep up for mainstream entry
Developers of TFT circuits claimed breakthroughs that may finally push the technology to market and enable low-cost class of electronic paper, displays, labels, RFID tags, sensors and smart cards.
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.
2004-02-16 Philips partners with IBM on RFID
Royal Philips Electronics and IBM Corp. have entered into a partnership in the RFID and smart cards business, with Philips providing the hardware part, while IBM supplies project management, implementation and consultation services.
2015-05-13 Password-protected envelopes ensure tamper-free delivery
VTT researchers demonstrated password-protected paper envelopes that could inform the sender in real-time if the mail has been received by its intended recipient or if it has been opened by a third party.
2008-04-01 Organic RFID tags to zap bar codes
Researchers from the European Holst Center said their 64bit, inductively coupled, passive RFID tag achieved a record 780bit/s data readout.
2004-07-09 Omron RFID R/W compatible with UHF, HF bands
Omron has developed an RFID reader/writer compatible with both UHF (super-high frequency) and HF (13.56MHz) frequency bands.
2007-04-04 NXP-Tagsys RFID solution tracks counterfeit drugs
NXP Semiconductors announced that Tagsys' hardware and labels, based on NXP's ICODE UID-OTP smart label ICs, are implemented to run pharmaceutical tracking programs that provide end-to-end security for high-value prescription drugs.
2007-10-10 Long-read-range RFID inlays come in compact form
Omron's Scorpion RFID inlay is designed to seize the growing section of the RFID tag market that demands long read range in a compact form factor.
2005-10-17 Lab steps up to challenges of RFID tech
The RFID Lab at the University of Wisconsin aims to analyze the true capabilities and limitations of RFID technologies.
2008-04-09 Kit develops secure contactless RFID apps
A development kit for contactless, highly secure RFID transactions has been released by Melexis Microelectronic Integrated Systems N.V. and Atmel Corp.
2007-02-27 Intel, Motion Computing introduce medical tablet PC
Intel and Motion Computing partnered to deliver C5, the portable PC which uses Intel's first healthcare platform, the mobile clinical assistant.
2007-06-06 Hitachi, Oracle unite vs. piracy in China
Hitachi and Oracle plan to sell IC tags in China to track the movement of goods in an emerging economy dogged by commercial piracy complaints.
2003-03-26 Fractal opens facility for custom RFID tags
Fractal Antenna Systems Inc. has launched an antenna/tag design facility for RFID tags.
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