Conduits and Ducts

S2C Global and Northern Apex Helps Environment While Penetrating $10 Billion 5 Gallon Bottled Water Market

July 12, 2007 Fort Wayne, Indiana - July 12, 2007 - Northern Apex Corporation has been chosen by S2C Global Systems (STWG: OTCBB) to incorporate RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) into the first ever, automated 5-gallon bottled water merchandising system - the S2C AquaDuct. With bottled water industry sales approaching $10 billion a year and approximately 70 million plastic water bottles going...

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Internet Software

Department of Defense RFID Mandate Goes Live in Canada

Aviation Ground Support Manufacturer starts RFID Tagging Montreal, Quebec - Sept 19th 2007 Nav-Aids Ltd., a key supplier of pitot, a pressure measuring instrument, static test accessories equipment and Reduce Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) air data test accessories to the United Sates Department of Defense (DOD), has begun shipping RFID tagged goods destined to select DOD supply depots across...

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WhereNet Debuts Bimodal 2.4 GHz Active RFID Tag

The new tag supports both Wi-Fi and ISO 24730 RTLS standards, to help companies more easily track assets throughout their organizations. May 21, 2007-WhereNet has introduced a new 2.4 GHz active tag, the WhereTag IV, which supports two communications protocols: the IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi and ISO 24730 real-time locating system (RTLS) standards. The bimodal tag is designed to allow companies to more...

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Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

WhereNet, Identec Solutions Offer GPS Tracking

GPS, both companies say, will enable end users to track assets even when the installed RFID technology is insufficient to provide the desired level of visibility. June 18, 2007-Two providers of RFID-based real-time location systems for asset tracking have announced the addition of GPS technology to their offerings. Santa Clara, Calif.-based WhereNet has introduced GPS capabilities to version 4.0...

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Sinks (Lavatories)

RFID Debuts as Hand-Washing Compliance Officer

June 20, 2007 - RFID continues to make its way into a number of health-care applications. Now the technology is being employed in an automated, touchless hand-washing system, to help reduce the spread of infections at health-care institutions. Next week, Resurgent Health and Medical is introducing its CleanTech IC line of automated hand-washing systems, which utilizes RFID tags and interrogators...

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RFID Helps Holt Cat Keep Tabs on Tools

May 11, 2007-Heavy equipment and service provider Holt Cat has implemented an RFID system designed to track tools at its Irving, Texas, location. The company says it has seen a savings of about $10,000 a month by eliminating the loss of its tools, as well as the time lost looking for those tools. It has also reduced the incidence of missed jobs stemming from such tool loss. The Irving site...

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Security Seals

Savi Announces E-Seal Licensees; Axcess Reveals Development Plans

Six companies have licensed the IP behind the ISO 18185 air-interface standard. Axcess will use its Enterprise Dot platform to develop an e-seal tag. Aug. 14, 200 - RFID hardware and systems provider Savi Technology has announced the first six companies that have agreed to license its intellectual property (IP) for electronic cargo seals (e-seals) complying with the ISO 18185 standard. E-seals...

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Data and Database Management Software

Telekom Austria Launches Managed RFID Services

Currently focused on the fashion industry, the offering includes tags, interrogators, software, installation and integration. May 11, 2007-Telekom Austria has announced plans to offer an all-inclusive managed RFID service, comprised of tags, interrogators and software, as well as installation and integration. The service is designed to lower the cost of deploying and using RFID, and to make the...

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Barcode Scanners / Readers

T3Ci Processes Billionth RFID Tag Read

The company says the milestone shows RFID adoption is growing. April 19, 2007 - T3Ci, a leading RFID analytics and applications company, announced today that it had processed its billionth RFID tag read during the month of February 2007. This is an important milestone for the company," says Jonathan Golovin, T3Ci's chairman and CEO, "and for the application of RFID to business processes in...

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Safety Equipment

In-Mold Technology Creates the Next Generation of Safety Identification Systems Manufactured by Lomont IMT

Combining a Patent-Pending Process with Robotics that Capitalizes on the Advanced Properties of Plastic Materials Through Molding MOUNT PLEASANT, Iowa, Sept. 5 / / - Lomont IMT in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa introduces a full line of In-Mold Technology safety signs and tags. The signs and tags available immediately combine Lomont IMT's patent-pending process with robotics to create a complete line of...

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