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JUNE 18, 2019 | featured news
JADAK's Handheld Barcode Scanner With RFID Function
University Research Tracks Everyday Activities via RFID
Impinj Sues NXP for Patent Infringement
New UHF RFID Smart Reader Operates Out of the Box
IoT-BLE Device Brings Low-Cost Tool for Experimentation

Editor's Note

Achieving Transformational Benefits With RFID
By Mark Roberti
Companies need to think about radio frequency identification as more than just a technology for tracking lost tools or parts bins.
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Expert View

How IT Leaders Can Ensure Successful IoT

By Ricardo Gomez-Ulmke
By prioritizing data movement from the start, through its path and to its endpoint, companies can decrease failure risks from the outset.
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Hospital Builds Intelligence One RTLS Step
at a Time

St. Joseph Mercy Oakland has deployed a real-time location system that tracks the locations of staff members, patients and assets, while wayfinding will be the latest option to help visitors and patients locate their desired destination.
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How Can RFID Help With Preserving Body Parts
via Plastination?

Question: "I need to tag plastinated body parts for a medical school and have each RFID chip act as a security measure to make sure nothing is lost. The chip needs to be able to be scanned by students so that it can take them to a page offering information about a specific body part. What would you recommend?"
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White Paper

Cybersecurity in Health Care:
What Has Changed Two Years After WannaCry

Health-care companies are among the most at risk for cyberattacks. In the two years since the WannaCry attack on the NHS, security investments in the industry have grown, emphasizing IT professionals' understanding of the importance of strong cybersecurity practices. This report from Infoblox details a high-level study on Internet of Things devices in the health-care sector, including several that fall under RFID classification.
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June 25-27, 2019 • Chicago, Illinois

RFID technology is now being deployed at stores and warehouses around the world to improve item-level inventory management and supply chain tracking. RFID Journal LIVE! Retail is the world's only event designed to help retailers and brand owners learn how RFID could benefit them. Case studies presented by retailers and suppliers already using RFID technologies will help attendees determine the best approach for their needs, learn best practices from early adopters, find the right technology partners and move forward with adoption. RFID Journal LIVE! Retail is co-located with GlobalShop and the Internet Retail Conference and Expo.
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JADAK Releases Handheld Barcode Scanner
With RFID Functionality

The device integrates 1D and 2D barcode scanning with RFID proximity card reading, allowing clinicians to use proximity ID badges for secure user authentication and access to medical devices, while capturing patient wristband data or medication information.
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University Research Tracks Everyday Activities
via RFID

A team from the University of Michigan and the University of Washington have completed their testing of a UHF RFID system that measures received signal strength and phase responses to reader interrogation, to identify not only what tag is in a room but whether it has moved or interacted with a person.
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Impinj Sues NXP for Patent Infringement
The maker of passive UHF RFID transponder chips and reader chips claims NXP has improperly used its patented innovations in NXP's UCODE integrated circuits.
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New UHF RFID Smart Reader Operates Out
of the Box

RFRain's RFR-RAIN-4-SMART device comes with a built-in reader, a microprocessor and an IP address to send data directly to a cloud-based server, thus preventing the need for complex or costly infrastructure installations.
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IoT-BLE Device Brings Low-Cost Tool for

STMicroelectronics is selling a low-cost plug-and-play Internet of Things device with built-in sensors and an app so that anyone with a smartphone can begin experimenting with IoT solutions in their home, business or place of recreation.
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Nov. 13, 2019 • London, England

RFID technology is now being deployed at large and midsize companies to improve efficiencies, enhance visibility, reduce shrinkage and achieve other significant business benefits. This one-day event (with a day of training prior to the event) is designed to help companies considering using RFID to address real business challenges, determine the best RFID technology for their needs, learn best practices from early adopters, find the right technology partners and move forward.
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Award Finalists Session: Best Health-Care

Each year, RFID Journal recognizes companies that have distinguished themselves by their successful use of radio frequency identification or introduction of a valuable new RFID product or service. The three finalists in the Best Health-Care Implementation category, selected by an independent panel of judges, each had 10 minutes to make a presentation. In this session, DeRoyal describes its use of RFID to enable hospitals to reduce costs and boost efficiencies.
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Speakers: Jaimebeth Galinis, Director of Marketing & Product
Development, DeRoyal; Ryan McBee, Technology Manager, DeRoyal
Duration: 13 minutes | Published: Apr. 10, 2019
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