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MAR. 22, 2018 | FEATURED NEWS
Heathrow Evaluates RFID Baggage Cart Tracking Test
MeReal Biometrics Combines Biometrics, NFC for New Card
RFID Journal LIVE! in Retail to Co-locate With IRCE, GlobalShop
RFID Markers, GPS Data Track Underground Lines in India
Moscow Boosts Public Vehicle Efficiency With IoT Technology
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Heathrow Evaluates RFID Baggage Cart Tracking Test
The three-month project consisted of a UHF RFID solution from Vero Solutions, using the technology company's software and Impinj readers to track when baggage carts enter and depart a baggage claim area, to make cart management more visible.
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MeReal Biometrics Combines Biometrics and
NFC Technologies for New Card Solution

The company, based in France and Hong Kong, is selling an ID card for the hospitality industry that leverages Near Field Communication, as well as biometrics and acoustic signals, to vary the level of security for access control, payments and VIP services.
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RFID Journal LIVE! in Retail to Co-locate With IRCE,
GlobalShop Under New RetailX Concept in 2019

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RFID Markers, GPS Data Track Underground
Lines in India

Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd. is cutting in half the amount of time for each maintenance visit to its underground lines, thanks to UHF RFID readers built into handheld devices, along with GPS to link underground markers with a specific geographic location.
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Moscow Boosts Public Vehicle Efficiency With
Internet of Things Technology

The Department of Information Technologies' IoT system is tracking the locations and status of 22,000 vehicles throughout the Russian city, to automate dispatching and thereby reduce fuel overconsumption; next, it plans to examine the possibility of tracking vehicle driver activity via wristbands or brain-wave sensors.
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Xerafy issues end of life notification for Bric and Pico Wedge RFID tags, joins 2018 Accelerating Entrepreneurs Program; Tönnjes E.A.S.T. to present electronic vehicle identification products in Amsterdam; Jadak unveils fixed-mount bar-code reader; Seldat Technology Services offers RFID automation technologies for 3PL warehouse management; Senseon Secure Access to demo RFID locking system for retailers.
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Whether you are source-tagging assets for reverse logistics or as a service to your customers, or are an end user at a medical facility, you may be considering embedded RFID for enhanced process visibility and safety. RFID is being used to help improve process traceability and enhance product lifecycle management, along with enhancing product security and safety. This video discusses the science around embedded tagging, how it is being used in hospital and medical applications, and what to look for when considering embedding RFID into your processes and products.
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