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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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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 general....

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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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Top Domestic Oil Field Product Manufacturer Deploys RFID Track-and-Trace System

Houston, TX - Sept 5th , 2007 Tejas Tubular Products Inc., one of the United State's leading Oil field Drill Pipe, tubing and Casing manufacturer announced today the successful deployment of its pioneering Radio Frequency Identification [RFID] asset management system. Developed and installed by Ship2Save, an industry leading RFID Solution provider, and Merlin Concepts & Technologies, a respected...

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Manufacturer Tests RFID to Track Industrial-Size Containers of Liquid

At two chemical plants, Container Technology has installed interrogators to record when containers, fitted with EPC Gen 2 passive tags, enter and exit the facilities. March 19, 2007-Container Technology is testing passive RFID tags on its reusable liquid containers and drums so that its customers can better track the whereabouts of those containers within their supply chains. The container...

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Manufacturer Tags Vehicle Seats to Help Meet Safety Regs

May 30, 2007 - Grammer, a German maker of seats for cars, trucks, and off-road vehicles, is using RFID to reduce the time and money required to locate seats and access their respective production information in the event of a vehicle or parts recall. In a pilot that started in January at Grammer's logistics center in Haselmuehl, near Amberg, the midsize manufacturer is affixing passive RFID tags...

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Checkpoint Combines EAS Tags with RFID

April 27, 2007 - Checkpoint Systems unveiled today the Evolve product family of labels, which marries RFID technology with Checkpoint's electronic article surveillance (EAS) technology. Checkpoint developed the dual-purpose labels to offer its retail customers a means of leveraging RFID tools for in-store inventory visibility while continuing to use the EAS tags as a theft deterrent-without...

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UPM Raflatac Supplies RFID tags to Spanish Healthcare Distributor MBA Grupo

UPM Raflatac supplies RFID tags to Spanish healthcare distributor MBA Grupo (UPM Raflatac, Tampere, September 3, 2007) - UPM Raflatac, a leading manufacturer of RFID tags and inlays, is supplying UHF EPC Generation 2 tags to MBA Grupo, a major European healthcare distributor headquartered in Spain. Through its network, MBA distributes medical products related to orthopaedic surgery, neurosurgery,...

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Australian Coal Mine to Enhance Safety Using RFID

The mine's operators plan to employ lamp batteries fitted with 433 MHz active tags to locate and manage about 250 underground miners, as well as vehicles. May 2, 2007-NL Technologies, a Canadian designer and manufacturer of underground lighting and digital communications solutions for the mining industry, is readying an RFID system that uses active 433 MHz tags to track and manage miners and...

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At City Link, Tagged Roll Cages Keep Deliveries Moving

March 22, 2007 - One of the United Kingdom's express delivery service providers, City Link, is using RFID and a Wi-Fi network to track the whereabouts of 15,000 roll cages, the wheeled containers the company uses to transport packages at its distribution centers. City Link is using active tags and related hardware and software from San Mateo, Calif.-based RTLS specialist AeroScout. The AeroScout...

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