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Lamb Traceability Project Gives Alberta Lamb Producers Access to Rich Information

Lamb Traceability Project Gives Alberta Lamb Producers Access to Rich Information

Alberta lamb producers are smiling after they have been told about a project that will reveal information helping them to raise profit and efficiency. A Lamb Traceability Project has researched information that could be very valuable to lamb producers in Alberta. A flock-management system which uses radio-frequency identification technology could potentially help producers to increase […]

August 19 2011 | Posted in Agriculture RFID, RFID News | Read More »

RFID Technology Incorporated by KPV for Solar Modules

RFID Technology Incorporated by KPV for Solar Modules

(RFIDWorld.ca) KPV Solar GmbH, headquarter in Carinthia, Austria, has introduced RFID technology into its photovoltaic modules which are solar. This adoption allows for greater anti-counterfeiting and product traceability. A distinct serial number will be carried on an RFID chip which will be integrated into each module’s laminate. Each chip will be able to carry any […]

June 9 2011 | Posted in Security RFID | Read More »

Government of Canada Announces Its Plan to Invest Further in Livestock Traceability System

Government of Canada Announces Its Plan to Invest Further in Livestock Traceability System

(RFID World Canada) The Canadian Cattle Identification Agency (CCIA) is investing another $1.6 million into an effective traceability system to monitor the movement of livestock, giving Canadian farmers the ability to have an edge in the marketplace. The announcement was made by Gerry Ritz, Agriculture Minister and Devinder Shory, Member of Parliament representing Calgary-Northeast. Minister […]

March 28 2011 | Posted in Agriculture RFID, Government RFID | Read More »

RFID Tracking Being Studied by Quebec’s Maple Syrup Producers

RFID Tracking Being Studied by Quebec’s Maple Syrup Producers

(RFID World Canada) Federal funding of over $110,000 has been granted to Quebec’s maple syrup producing federation so that they can test and examine the traceability of RFID (radio frequency identification) chips. The Federal Canadian Integrated Food Safety Initiative (CIFSI) granted the Federation des producteurs acericoles due Quebec (FPAQ) a funding of $110,620 in total […]

March 12 2011 | Posted in Agriculture RFID, Government RFID, RFID News | Read More »

Canadian Pork Council to Distribute Traceability Ear Tags

Canadian Pork Council to Distribute Traceability Ear Tags

(RFIDWorld.ca) As part of a national swine tracing system, the Canadian Pork council has begun to hand out traceability ear tags.  The primary objective of distributing traceability ear tags is to be able to quickly trace back swine and the affected areas in the event of a crisis such as a food safety issue or […]

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