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Two Minnesota Institutions Advance RFID Technologies in Health Care

Mayo Clinic Chooses 3M Track and Trace Solutions for Specimen Management ST. PAUL, Minn. & ROCHESTER, Minn.--3M and Mayo Clinic today announced that they have demonstrated a successful pilot program with the installation of a state-of-the-art radio frequency identification (RFID) system in Mayo Clinic's endoscopy surgical suites, where patient tissue samples are collected. 3M researchers visited...

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Comprehensive RFID Solutions Now Available from Tyco Electronics

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Feb. 21, 2007 - Tyco Electronics Corporation has unveiled the industry's most comprehensive line of end-to-end RFID solutions. Building on the broad technologies in the company's portfolio, the Tyco Electronics solution set includes RFID tags, inlays, readers, antennas, and software solutions. Tyco Electronics has all the critical hardware and software building blocks for...

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Wi-Fi Active RFID Tag provides asset and people tracking.

Providing up to 4 years of battery life with replaceable battery, credit card-sized AeroScout T3 Tag offers Received Signal Strength Indication and Time Difference of Arrival location options, functioning in any environment, whether indoors or out. Built-in choke-point mechanism enables tag to be triggered precisely at doorways, gateways, or enclosed areas, while tamper-proofing mechanism...

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CDMA Data Device uses AGPS for mobile asset tracking.

Used as asset tag, AGT-100D CDMA wireless GPS personal location device can be tracked using any existing Internet-based web application that currently uses assisted-GPS (AGPS) services. Laptops, PCs, and Smartphones can run tracking software application to access location of tag, whether it's on people or items. People-applications include locating employees or health-impaired persons, while...

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RFID Is Rapidly Penetrating the Retail Sector

RFID is rapidly penetrating the retail sector. It involves the use of HF and UHF tags in main, the most popular applications being the tagging of apparel, books, pallets and cases, all of them mainly using UHF in the retail environment and drugs mainly at HF. For the retailer, the paybacks are rapid. Although the mandates from certain US retailers that suppliers must tag pallets and cases have...

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RFID Transponders tolerate harsh process environments.

Overmolded 13.56 MHz RFID tags are available in read/write format and are compatible with ISO/IEC 15693 and ISO/IEC 18000-3 global standards. Rugged tags are designed to withstand extreme environments where temperature, high pressure, and harsh chemicals inhibit performance of line-of-sight automatic identification technologies. They are available in 2 memory options: 2 Kbit version with option...

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FRAM-based RFID Tag features large memory capacity.

Designed for harsh environments, Sokymat IN Tag F-Mem 16 kbit uses FRAM-® (Ferroelectric Random Access Memory) technology for writing cycle endurance with unlimited read and write capability. Tag features minimal sensitivity to gamma radiation and stores each movement of identified object, permitting up to 10 billion read and write accesses. Able to store 2,000 characters, product comes in 20,...

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RFID Transponders withstand harsh process environments.

Overmolded RFID Transponders are 22 mm circular, 13.56 MHz tags that are resistant to temperature, high-pressure, and harsh chemicals. Suited for industrial laundry and textile rental applications, and food and process industries, reusable tags are available in 2 Kbit and 256 bit versions, and in read/write format. They are compatible with ISO/IEC 15693 and ISO/IEC 18000-3 global standards.

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Tamper-Evident Tag combines security and logistics.

Tamper-Evident Tag combines security and logistics.

TeviTag(TM) tamper-evident security seals provide container sealing and content information as well as means by which to identify if product, container, or piece of equipment has been opened or tampered with while in storage or transit. Incorporating locking mechanism and tamper-evident features, seals do not require use of additional forms, manifests, labeling, and/or electronic equipment for...

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