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Global & Canada RFID Search Trends 2013: What Countries and Cities Are Looking for RFID?

Global & Canada RFID Search Trends 2013: What Countries and Cities Are Looking for RFID?

(RFID World Canada) RFID is a fast growing billion dollar global industry and RFID companies have been evolving over the last few years, especially with the strong growth around NFC technology. We all know RFID is widely used around the world, by public and private sectors. Demand on search engines can act as an insightful […]

August 18 2013 | Posted in RFID Industry, RFID News | Read More »

City Assets Monitored with RFID Technology in Fort Saskatchewan

City Assets Monitored with RFID Technology in Fort Saskatchewan

(RFID World Canada) City assets are now being monitored by HisTREE.net RFID tags, in Fort Saskatchewan, which is located just North of Edmonton. The tags are being attached to park furniture equipment, on trees and other city assets. Hundreds of the RFID tags were attached to trees in the city earlier this year to maintain […]

May 24 2011 | Posted in Agriculture RFID, Government RFID | Read More »

Freezer-Proof RFID Tags Announced

Freezer-Proof RFID Tags Announced

(RFIDWorld.ca) New UPM Raflatac RFID freezer-proof tags, designed to operate in temperatures down to -40 degrees Celsius have been introduced by Peacock Bros. A white synthetic face is provided on which a code can be printed over by an RFID thermal transfer label printer.  The printer can encrypt and print user readable information. The tags […]

July 18 2010 | Posted in RFID Technology | Read More »

Innovative UHF Gen 2 RFID Reader/Writer

Innovative UHF Gen 2 RFID Reader/Writer

(RFIDWorld.ca) UHF Gen 2 RFID reader/writer has been designed by GAO RFID Inc. For enterprise-class management monitoring, new features such as support for Power over Ethernet (PoE) have been added, which simplify the process and do not require AC outlet installation at read points.  This in turn reduces costs for users.  The new RFID reader/writer […]

July 18 2010 | Posted in RFID Technology | Read More »

RFID Suggested for Needle Safety by Canadian MBA Students

RFID Suggested for Needle Safety by Canadian MBA Students

(RFIDWorld.ca) A group of Canadian MBA students from the University of Victoria have come up with an RFID-related idea for safely finding and discarding used drug needles found at parks and other public areas.  The project called the NeedleSight, won the “people’s choice award” at the University of Victoria during their annual trade show. Five […]

July 17 2010 | Posted in Healthcare RFID | Read More »

Canada Implementing GS1 Barcoding Standards of Drugs

Canada Implementing GS1 Barcoding Standards of Drugs

(RFIDWorld.ca) After 34 organizations across Canada have agreed to embrace global GS1 barcoding standards for medication, the Canadian Barcode Project is closer to streamlining the process, by reducing medical errors.  All commercial drugs on the Canadian market will be automated, decreasing room for errors. The goal is to reduce relabeling and renumbering so as to […]

July 17 2010 | Posted in Healthcare RFID | Read More »

Battery Powered and Eco-friendly RFID

Battery Powered and Eco-friendly RFID

    (RFIDWorld.ca)  Electronic Products & Technology predicts that RFID technology will revolutionize sectors of the portable electronics industry.  The primary power source of RFID’s is carbon zinc batteries.  Although the batteries are not rechargeable they are low in cost and recyclable. Common button or coin cell batteries contain mercury, lithium and other hazardous chemicals […]

July 17 2010 | Posted in Green RFID, RFID Technology | Read More »