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Hybrid RFID Tag Links Worker Safety to Access Control
New NFC Tag Detects Tampering, Transmits Status to Readers
Seldat Technology Services Intros RFID-Based WMS
Activa-ID Launches 'IoT Place' Project
Companies Testing IoT System When Goods Are 'On the Road'

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Bar Codes Versus RFID for Work-in-Process Tracking
This white paper from BellHawk Systems outlines when radio frequency identification and bar codes are each preferable to monitor WIP. With bar codes, a user must perform scanning, typically using a mobile computer equipped with an integrated bar-code scanner, whereas with RFID, scanning takes place automatically. BellHawk explores the merits of each type of tracking in manufacturing organizations, with an emphasis on the needs of organizations that make custom and semi-custom products.
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Hybrid RFID Tag Links Worker Safety to Access Control
Extronics' new safety badge, which combines active Wi-Fi RFID and passive HF RFID technologies, will allow oil and gas workers at a Southeast Asia refinery to gain site access, as well as have their location tracked, without requiring them to carry multiple devices.
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New NFC Tag Detects Tampering, Transmits That
Status to Readers

Automotive, pharmaceutical and high-value brand companies are testing samples of Smartrac's Circus Tamper Loop tag with NXP's NTAG 213 TT chip built in, to identify whether a product has been tampered with and respond to interrogation with the tampered status.
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Seldat Technology Services Intros RFID-Based
Warehouse-Management System

The company has announced its WMS360 solution, designed to monitor supply chains; the modular system is designed to increase visibility, integration and control of warehouse operations across multiple industries and at any scale.
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Activa-ID Launches 'IoT Place' Project
With this initiative, the company seeks to encourage the use of new technologies aimed at the Internet of Things, automation and interactivity.
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Companies Testing IoT System When Goods Are
'On the Road'

A waste-management firm and a high-value goods logistics provider are piloting a solution from Barcoding Inc., using CalAmp sensor devices and tags, as well as software to capture and manage data about goods, even when they are in transit, via a combination of cellular, Wi-Fi, BLE and other technologies.
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GRP Pipe Manufacturer Uses RFID to Improve
Logistics and Data Storage

FLOWTITE Technology, a Norwegian company that manufactures sewer and water pipes, is tagging its products with RFID. The firm has more than 70 plants or production lines producing glass fiber reinforced plastics (GRP) pipes. This video explains how FLOWTITE is using RFID technology to maintain data on its products, enabling it to offer a 50-year guarantee period.
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Speaker: Lloyd Tjelle, IT Manager, FLOWTITE Technology
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