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Riverina Regional Library Uses RFID Technology to Improve Customer Service

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere September 15, 2009) - The Riverina Regional Library (RRL) in Australia is using UPM Raflatac RFID tags to optimize the management of its expanding collections. The technology is also improving library efficiency and customer service by freeing staff to spend more time with patrons. Riverina Regional Library (RRL) serves some 107,000 constituents across nine local government...

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UHF RFID Laundry Tag withstands -10 to +180°C temperatures.

UHF RFID Laundry Tag withstands -10 to +180°C temperatures.

Compliant to ISO18000-6C EPC Gen2, tag-06 is made of PET and copper and can be reused for 100-200 times under harsh industrial laundry conditions, including high temperatures, pressure, and aggressive chemicals. It operates at frequencies of 860-960 MHz, and offers contactless read and write. Measuring 25 x 76 mm, tag is only 0.7 mm thick, and attaches to linen, such as garment, towel, and bed...

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Malaysia's First RFID Library System Implemented with Tags from UPM Raflatac

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere, August 24, 2009) - Penang Public Library is Malaysia's first library to use an RFID system compliant to the EPC Global Gen2 standard. The system, implemented by Smartag Solutions Bhd., uses RFID tags supplied by UPM Raflatac. There are roughly 500,00 copies of reading materials in six different libraries in Penang, and over 800,000 library users. A successful RFID project...

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RFID Tag is for use in frozen environments.

Offering up to 240-bit EPC memory, Dogbone Freeze features extra thin non-sandwich type structure and printable, white, synthetic surface. It offers locked 64-bit tag identifier (TID) including 32-bit unique serial number. Designed for frozen FMCG supply chain applications, tag can be directly applied on items, cases, and pallets.

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Siemens Enterprise Communications Manufacturing GmbH Benefits from UPM Raflatac's RFID Tags for Electronic Tagging

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere, 5 August, 2009, at 13:00) - Siemens Enterprise Communications Manufacturing GmbH, has gained considerable savings in both time and costs in various steps in their production and logistics chain since implementing an RFID solution in 2007. Simultaneously, a giant step has also been gained in the fight against counterfeiters of the high-end business telephones in their...

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Passive RFID Tag operates at frequencies of 860-928 MHz.

Passive RFID Tag operates at frequencies of 860-928 MHz.

Suited for industrial and logistics applications, Class 1 Gen 2 UHF RFID tag model 116406 provides reading range of 5-7 m. It offers memory capacity of 96 bit with EPC Impinj Monza or 512 bit with EPC NXP G2. Tag is IP 68 rated and is encapsulated with HIPS/ABS/PC package that allows operation under harsh environments. Suited for tracking large valuable items such as construction parts, steel...

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UPM Raflatac's RFID Tags for Access Control at European Youth Olympic Festival

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere, July 2, 2009, at 10:00) - UPM Raflatac will supply RFID inlays for access control in support of the July 18th - 25th European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) in Tampere, Finland. All authorised individuals involved in the upcoming event will be issued integrated UPM Raflatac RFID tag identification passes. The identification cards will facilitate access to e.g....

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RFID Tag suits items requiring repeated gamma sterilization.

RFID Tag suits items requiring repeated gamma sterilization.

Capable of withstanding minimum of 500 kGy cumulative exposure to gamma radiation, GammaTag 500 is suited for use in pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, gowning, and cleanroom supply industries. It handles typical doses of 25 kGy and is designed for repeated exposure to gamma radiation. Measuring only 4 x 52 mm, read-only tag uses 2.45 GHz radio frequency and is available as bare inlay or...

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NP Collection and UPM Raflatac Victorious in RFID Project

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere, June 11, 2009 at 13:00) - Finnish apparel company NP Collection has won the Golden Tag Award 2009 for effective logistics and profitable trade using RFID. UPM Raflatac is the winner of the Minitag Award for the same project. The annual Golden Tag Award goes to an RFID project providing a high Return-on-Investment. The award is presented each year to the organization...

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Wireless System locates assets in facilities and yards.

Using DASH7 technology based on ISO-compliant active RFID, Real-Time Locating System incorporates battery-operated, hockey puck sized Location Markers, which are placed anywhere in facility or yard and communicate their reference points to assets equipped with ST-632 active RFID asset tag. RFID tag collects and transmits identity and nearby reference point to SmartChain® software, which...

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