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APR. 11, 2019 | FEATURED NEWS
California City Brings IoT to Buses
New Chip Offers Greater Memory, Sensitivity at Lower Price
New On-Metal Tags Target Food, Beauty, Small Products
RFID Journal Announces Winners of Its 13th Annual Awards
Waste-Management System Cleans Up With UHF RFID
HyWEAR Puts RFID, Bar-Code Reading in Users' Hands
RFID News Roundup

Editor's Note

Thoughts on RFID Journal LIVE! 2019
By Mark Roberti
The conference and exhibition, which reflects the state of the RFID industry, shows that there is a lot of growth, and some challenges ahead.
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Expert View

The Smart Money Is on the Sensors
By Moussa Kfouri
Thanks to RFID and the Internet of Things, the connected-vehicle market offers huge opportunities.
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Premium Content

Grupo Boticário Plans RFID Deployment
RFID testing, supported by consultant EY, helped the company to reduce the number of out-of-stock products by 97 percent, among other benefits.
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Ask the Experts Forum

Do RFID Tags Lose Their Memory With Age?
Question: "The data-retention period for passive HF NFC tags is typically 10 years. Does anybody manufacture passive HF NFC tags with longer retention periods? If so, who is doing this?"
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White Paper

Three Ways to Evaluate IoT Platforms
Enterprises spend time and money evaluating Internet of Things platforms to ensure their chosen platforms will support the at-scale IoT solutions they intend to build, as well as properly integrate with existing systems and scale seamlessly. MachNation defines three IoT platform evaluation methods, identifies when each should be used, explains the evaluation methodology, and outlines the benefits and drawbacks of each.
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TOp NeWS
California City Brings IoT to Buses
Montebello is capturing sensor data and video footage from each of its moving buses in real time, which can also be viewed historically, with video linked to sensor data, time and GPS location, making reported incident investigation faster and easier.
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New Chip Offers Greater Memory, Sensitivity
at Lower Price

Alien Technology's Higgs 9 integrated circuit is designed for use in manufacturing, tolling and pharmaceutical logistics applications, to enable greater data storage, multiple passwords and longer EPCs than other chips.
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New On-Metal Tags Target Food, Beauty,
Small Products

Avery Dennison is releasing two small, on-metal tags to enable brands and retailers to expand RFID tagging to include metal containers, liquids and metallic packaging for food, beverages and cosmetics.
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RFID Journal Announces Winners of Its 13th
Annual Awards

Grupo Boticário, BAE Systems, Adventist Health-White Memorial Medical Center and HP are among this year's winners, which were announced last week at the 17th annual RFID Journal LIVE! conference, held in Phoenix, Ariz.
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Waste-Management System Cleans Up With
UHF RFID

Compta is powering its Bee2Waste system with an RFID solution from TechSigno using Chainway RFID readers to capture data from hundreds of thousands of waste bins as they are commissioned, and each time they are emptied.
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HyWEAR Puts RFID, Bar-Code Reading in
Users' Hands

The compact, fingerless glove device from Feig Electronics can read tags and scan bar codes without requiring users to carry a handheld reader to capture the IDs of parcels, baggage or other tagged items.
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RFID News Roundup
Smartrac, 4E Antenna form partnership to strengthen sustainability in RFID products; Fleetilla, Polte collaborate to extend supply chain and equipment visibility via IoT; Inseego expands Industrial IoT product family with gigabit edge routers; IIoT company DataOnline rebrands as Anova; FIME brings NFC Forum certification services to Japan; LoRa Alliance, DLMS User Association bring Internet of Things to utilities.
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RFID JOURNAL VIDEO LIBRARY
Craft Brewer Ensures Beer Quality With
IoT-Managed Chiller Temperatures

Savagewood Brewing Co. is ensuring the quality of its beer as it is brewed and served, by tracking the effectiveness of its glycol chiller temperature-monitoring solution and cold-storage area.Beer is poured into fermentation vessels with yeast, where the beverage needs to be kept at about 68 degrees Fahrenheit. If the liquid becomes too hot or cold, the yeast will die, so the brewery employs an IoT solution to capture and manage sensor data and issue alerts as needed.
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Speaker: Darrel Brown, Owner and Founder, Savagewood Brewing Co.
Duration: 15 minutes | Published: Apr. 10, 2019
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