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FEB. 23, 2017 | FEATURED NEWS
West Virginia Clinic Cuts Patient Wait Times With RFID
Australian Banks Challenge Apple's Closed NFC
RFID Tracks Blood for Pediatric Transfusions
Cisco Sees RFID Maturity at the IoT's Core
Brazilians Bet on IoT at Work
RFID News Roundup

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Why We Give Awards to End Users
By Mark Roberti
The RFID Journal Awards are designed to highlight the successful use of RFID, which benefits everyone.
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In the IoT Smart Home, Hack-Proof Security
Will Be the Differentiator

By Raoul Wijgergangs
Porous security in the Internet of Things will do more damage than just stopping forward-thinking industries from reaching their business potential.
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Reforestation Project Uses RFID Data for Forest Analytics
HLH provides RFID-based data to customers, as well as to partners such as Paradise Helicopters, and analyzes that information to better manage its forest of koa and sandalwood trees.
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West Virginia Clinic Cuts Patient Wait Times With RFID
Stanley Healthcare's MobileView Analytics platform is helping Davis Medical Center to identify the average wait and visit times for each patient, and to improve efficiency based on that data.
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Australian Banks Challenge Apple's Closed NFC
An application from four banks to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) requests permission to negotiate only open-access NFC on iOS phones.
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RFID Tracks Blood for Pediatric Transfusions
BloodCenter of Wisconsin and technology company Fresenius Kabi have piloted an RFID solution at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, to test how well the system helps to ensure that blood products are moved efficiently and are not overstocked or wasted when split into child-sized doses.
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Cisco Sees RFID Maturity at the IoT's Core
The company's Brazilian branch sees identification via RFID tags being increasingly integrated with the Internet of Things.
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Brazilians Bet on IoT at Work
In five years, 81 percent of the nation's professionals believe they will be using technologies related to the Internet of Things, while 47 percent say their work environments are not yet smart enough.
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RFID News Roundup
Zebra Technologies unveils mobile handheld devices for clinical mobility workflow, patient care; STMicroelectronics offers NFC technology for secure contactless payments, IoT; Brady, Vizinex RFID partner on aerospace tags; AiRISTA Flow, Conexus provide RTLS solutions to military hospitals; Shenzhen Chuangxinjia intros new RFID label for multiple applications; iSEEK Corp. announces compact shape code for embedded identification apps; Juniper Systems integrates UHF RFID with Mesa 2 rugged tablet.
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Financier Country: Singapore
Description: Quotations are invited for the supply and delivery of radio frequency identification equipment and software, as well as professional services.
Organization: National Institute of Education
Deadline: Mar. 2, 2017
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From hospital to home, RFID technology can improve patient safety and increase the quality of care throughout the health-care continuum. Whether you need to automate processes, optimize equipment workflows and utilization, manage biological specimens in harsh environments, or provide secure electronic visit verification during in-home patient visits, HID Global will guide you through the ideal RFID application best suited for your health-care environment.
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RFID Journal invites members of the academic, industrial and research communities to submit white papers relevant to the fields of radio frequency identification and the Internet of Things. Topics can include supply chain, manufacturing, health care, retailing, security, asset tracking, privacy, standards and regulations, and more. Institutions and individuals can submit their work electronically. White papers accepted for publication will be added to IOT Journal's online library and spotlighted in one of our e-newsletters. To submit white papers, e-mail rhandley@rfidjournal.com.
 
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