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Ten Million Egyptian Cars to be Tracked via RFID
RFID Brings Precision to Dice Rolls
Avery Dennison to Buy Smartrac's Transponder Business
Blockchain and RFID Could Address a $180 Billion Problem
NFC Forum Aims to Popularize Taps
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Editor's Note

Avery Dennison Doubles Down on RFID
By Mark Roberti
The provider of RFID inlays, labels and serialization services has purchased Smartrac, another major provider of tags and labels, demonstrating it has great confidence in the future growth of the RFID market.
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Two New State IoT Laws Go Into Effect on Jan. 1
By David Stauss, Bob Bowman and Malia Rogers
In 2020, manufacturers of Internet of Things devices will need to comply with new laws in California and Oregon.
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RTLS Provides Wander Management at
Senior-Living Facility

CenTrak's TruView system is designed to serve all levels of care for continuing care retirement communities, by locating residents anywhere at a facility, from golf courses to bedsides, when they need help, as well as collecting analytical data about the movements of residents and personnel.
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How Can I Tag Water Bottles?
Question: "I am working on a project for a water company and am curious which tag I should use to track gallon-sized bottles. The system must take into consideration the sterilization process, which involves steam and high pressure. What specific tag would work for my application?"
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Demystifying the Internet of Things for Construction
As Internet of Things offerings grow among construction technologies, providers are using a variety of network options to transfer information from physical jobsites to virtual dashboards and databases. This ebook from Triax explains how the IoT can help construction companies track the exact location of a backhoe at one jobsite, a pallet of drywall at another and an electrical sub at a third, all within seconds.
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Isolation of RFID Waves Improves Inventory Management
Avery Dennison ShieldSense™ RFID Blocking Material pressure-sensitive tape blocks 96% of RFID signals when easily installed on walls, doors and other surfaces for data accuracy.
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Ten Million Egyptian Cars to be Tracked via RFID
The country's Ministry of Interior is deploying an RFID solution from Go+, using technology from Kathrein Solutions in cooperation with Wireless Dynamics, to track the nation's registered vehicles as they travel highways and city roads, thereby providing traffic flow- and law-enforcement-based data.
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RFID Brings Precision to Dice Rolls
EPC Solutions Taiwan has built a solution enabling 99.7 percent accuracy of automated dice-throw reads, with an RFID reader built into a throwing machine, six UHF RFID tags in each die and custom near-field antennas that can read tags with 1-centimeter precision.
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Avery Dennison to Buy Smartrac's Transponder

The acquisition will give the California-based adhesive company a greater presence in the RFID industry, by providing tags and inlays for retail, industrial and other markets in the UHF, HF and LF frequencies.
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Blockchain and RFID Could Address a $180
Billion Problem

A new paper published by the Auburn University RFID Lab suggests the two technologies could help retailers, brand owners and logistics providers reduce counterfeiting, shrink and chargebacks.
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NFC Forum Aims to Popularize Taps
The organization's new executive director intends to help the Near Field Communication industry make the technology consistently reliable and commonplace, with a growth plan similar to that of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, so that users will recognize a logo and tap it without needing to know anything about NFC.
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RFID News Roundup
Xerafy unveils RFID tag for complex production environments; iDTRONIC intros RFID reader for indoor and outdoor use; PREMO releases mid-range LF RFID magnetic field antenna; Sigfox launches private area network for IoT connectivity; Litum and Wipelot announce IoT merger; Georgia Tech IoT research center offers digital transformation white paper.
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14th Annual RFID Journal Awards
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The RFID Journal Awards honor companies that have distinguished themselves by their successful use of radio frequency identification or their introduction of a valuable new RFID product or service. Each year, RFID Journal selects an independent panel of judges to evaluate entries and choose the winners. The goal of these awards is to recognize the leaders in RFID and to foster the adoption of these technologies by highlighting the best deployments and product offerings. Awards will be given out in eight categories at RFID Journal LIVE! 2020.
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Budweiser Budvar Improves Asset Tracking With RTLS
Unlike other breweries, Budweiser Budvar doesn't allow its beer to be brewed in other facilities around the world under license, so that it can maintain the quality and taste of its product. This makes Budweiser unique in its market, but it is also challenging to operate in 76 countries, from the United States to Japan, from a single place of production and warehousing. This video explains how its real-time location system covere an area of 160,000 square feet within its warehouse.
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Speaker: Martin Komorny, Primary Distribution Manager, Budweiser Budvar
Duration: 39 minutes | Published: Oct. 18, 2019
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