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JAN. 16, 2020 | FEATURED NEWS
Hospital Halts Contamination, Gains Efficiency via RFID
Holiday Donors Use NFC for Salvation Army Kettle Pay
Transport Companies Opt for Contactless Payments
Digital IDs Accessed on Smartphones via BLE
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Editor's Note

What Problem Does Your RFID Product Solve?
By Mark Roberti
Too many RFID companies are focused on selling products and not on addressing business issues.
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Get Ready for Real Smart Packaging
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It's time for companies to employ the business opportunities that packaging offers when they become truly active and communicative as media.
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Texas Hospital Expands RFID-based Condition
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Covenant Health System is building on a system from Tagnos that tracks temperature conditions and asset locations, with plans for deployment across all seven of its facilities.
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Hospital Prevents Contamination and Gains
Efficiency via RFID

A UHF RFID solution, provided by Telectronica and Zebra Technologies, has enabled Buenos Aires' Sanatorio Finochietto to view the locations and statuses of 80,000 pieces of clothing and linens as they are used, laundered and returned, thereby reducing manual labor and ensuring nothing leaves or re-enters the facility without proper laundering.
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Holiday Donors Use NFC for Salvation Army
Kettle Pay

The organization rolled out NFC-based Apple Pay and Google Pay options for payments at shopping areas around U.S. cities for the 2019 holiday season, providing a digital option for donors who may not carry spare change in their pockets.
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Transport Companies in Miami, Philadelphia
Opt for Contactless Payments

The use of NFC technology is becoming increasingly common on buses and subways around the world, especially through smartphones.
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Digital IDs Accessed on Smartphones via BLE
Argentina's National ID program leverages HID Global's goID system with Bluetooth Low Energy to enable citizens to securely share identification records or other data via a mobile phone.
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RFID News Roundup
Murata Electronics intros on-metal tool-tracking tag; SATO offers printer capable of encoding RFID labels; Schreiner MediPharm unveils RFID label, supply chain security solutions; STMicroelectronics rolls out system-on-chip for LoRa IoT; Bluebird debuts new IoT RFID products; NFC Forum releases new specifications.
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Project Zipper: Phase Two
Following research into RFID use in the supply chain, the Zipper Team is taking a deeper dive into using the technology for claims compliance, authentication, anti-counterfeiting and order accuracy. With data from a dozen retailers and brand owners, this is the largest study of RFID’s impact on supply chain accuracy, with an impact of more than $35 billion in retail supply chain claims.
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