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Report: Lean Strategies Driving RFID Manufacturing Market to Quadruple to $5 Billion by 2020

Report: Lean Strategies Driving RFID Manufacturing Market to Quadruple to $5 Billion by 2020

The business model and demand of the manufacturing industry has grown well beyond the scope of a single enterprise and location, making RFID solutions indispensable and standard to its functioning. With increasing adoption of lean manufacturing strategies prompting most industry players to focus on and outsource niche operations within global supply chains, RFID solutions will […]

September 4 2014 | Posted in Manufacturing RFID, RFID Industry | Read More »

RFID Technology Delivers Safety and Accountability for Canadian Oil and Gas Industry

RFID Technology Delivers  Safety and Accountability for Canadian Oil and Gas Industry

Two Canadian companies, Guard RFID Solutions Inc. of Vancouver, British Columbia and Focus FS of St. John’s, Newfoundland have partnered to deliver a unique solution for one of Newfoundland’s offshore oil and gas projects. This innovative system enables accurate tracking and location of tagged personnel for real-time visibility in the event of an emergency incident. […]

April 20 2014 | Posted in Manufacturing RFID, RFID News, Security RFID | Read More »

Casino Rama Installs RFID System and Cuts 15 Labour Hours a Day

Casino Rama Installs RFID System and Cuts 15 Labour Hours a Day

InvoTech Systems, a provider of systems that integrate the latest RFID technology to increase profitability for hotels, casinos, hospitals, and commercial laundry operators, announced Canada’s Casino Rama implemented its Uniform System to track and maintain the asset value of the casino resort’s 15,000 uniforms. “Our team estimates we save 15 hours a day in labor […]

February 19 2014 | Posted in Manufacturing RFID, RFID News | Read More »

Using RFID to Help Track Guns for Firearm Wholesalers and Distributors

Using RFID to Help Track Guns for Firearm Wholesalers and Distributors

American Tactical Imports (ATI) and AmChar Wholesale are using RFID technology to track firearms as they are entered in their facilities, placed in locked storage, and sold to retailers. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), wholesalers and distributers of firearms are supposed to have and carry impeccable records of all weapons entering and […]

February 4 2013 | Posted in Manufacturing RFID | Read More »

Worker Safety Visibility Increased With Innovative Wi-Fi RFID Evacuation Monitoring Solution

Worker Safety Visibility Increased With Innovative Wi-Fi RFID Evacuation Monitoring Solution

AeroScout®, a provider of Enterprise Visibility Solutions, announced a new Evacuation Monitoring solution for improving worker safety and operational efficiency for organizations that might have emergency events. Ideal for process manufacturing plants, metal and ore processing facilities, oil and gas refineries, mining operations and many other customers, the innovative solution leverages standard Wi-Fi infrastructure to […]

October 11 2012 | Posted in Manufacturing RFID, RFID News | Read More »

New UHF RFID IronTag is Made to Tolerate Various Harsh Types of Conditions

New UHF RFID IronTag is Made to Tolerate Various Harsh Types of Conditions

(RFIDWorld.ca) Canadian radio frequency identification (RFID) technology provider, RFID Canada,  is introducing a new UHF Tag called the IronTag™. The IronTag UHF transponder, is optimally engineered for high performance when mounted on metal surfaces. Originally designed for tracking aircraft parts, the rugged IronTag devices tolerate the harsh conditions of manufacturing and processing, as well as […]

October 9 2012 | Posted in Manufacturing RFID, RFID News, RFID Technology | Read More »

Data Management Company Surpasses 25 Million Carton Milestone In RFID Technology

Data Management Company Surpasses 25 Million Carton Milestone In RFID Technology

Recall, a document storage, secure document destruction, digital document management and data protection, announced that its  radio frequency identification (RFID) program is now utilized on more than 25 million cartons worldwide. RFID enables Recall customers to receive rapid and accurate inventory audit of their records on a consistent basis in a cost-effective manner. No other […]

October 2 2012 | Posted in Manufacturing RFID, RFID News | Read More »

RFID Washer Creates Smart Machines

RFID Washer Creates Smart Machines

Holland 1916, a manufacturer of rugged identification products, invents a simple way to RFID enable machines. The RFID Washer is ideal for tagging just about anything that is put together with regular bolts, such as machines, assembly stations, and equipment. A naturally unobtrusive RFID tag solution since it simply replaces a standard washer with an […]

August 29 2012 | Posted in Manufacturing RFID, RFID News | Read More »

New RFID Nail Tag Can be Hammered into Trees and Containers

New RFID Nail Tag Can be Hammered into Trees and Containers

(RFID World) RFID Canada, a leading RFID technology provider is introducing a new LF Tag – the NAIL RFID Tag. The NAIL Tag is a unique nail-shaped LF RFID tag that can easily be hammered into trees and wooden containers. They can be used to tag wood and other solid materials as easily as hitting […]

August 20 2012 | Posted in Manufacturing RFID, RFID News, RFID Technology | Read More »

Construction and Gas Distribution Industries to Benefit From Xerafy’s RFID Tags

Construction and Gas Distribution Industries to Benefit From Xerafy’s RFID Tags

New RFID tags have recently been introduced by Xerafy Ltd., specially for the construction and gas distribution industries. The global supplier of metal RFID tags has introduced the Xylinder and Bric RFID tags at the China International Internet of Things Technologies and Application Exibition in Shenzhen. The Xylinder tags have been specially made for on […]

August 20 2012 | Posted in Manufacturing RFID, RFID News | Read More »