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JULY 23, 2019 | featured news
RFID Automates Witness Program for Narcotics Disposal
Sensormatic Releases Inventory-Management System
BSN Intros RFID-Based Anticounterfeiting System
NFC Tracks Passive Refrigeration for Deliveries
Smart Packaging Industry to Reach $6 Billion By 2023

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RFID Automates Witness Program for Narcotics
Disposal

Intelliguard's Waste Witness software and anesthesia station enable hospitals to capture an automatic record of when drugs were used on a patient, by which health-care provider and, if a medication was discarded, who witnessed that event.
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Sensormatic Releases New Inventory-Management
System

The company's RFID- and BLE-based TrueVUE solution is designed to offer a low cost of entry for companies looking to use RFID to track stock and capture shrinkage data in order to improve inventory accuracy.
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BSN Intros RFID-Based Anticounterfeiting System
The company's new RFID solution, aimed at combatting counterfeit products in all markets, works like NFC RFID but at a lower price than that of current solutions.
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NFC Tracks Passive Refrigeration for
Low-Carbon-Footprint Deliveries

Cold-chain solutions company Cold&Co has teamed up with Blulog to provide a system for tracking temperatures in thermal, lightweight containers.
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Smart Packaging Industry Estimated to Reach
$6 Billion By 2023

At a recent AIPIA event, Smithers Pira addressed how inventory control, validity, authenticity and security will be impacted by technologies such as RFID.
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