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Technology News Briefs
March was a very busy month for standards with a two week long
meeting in Korea of several of the SC31 standards groups.
If you want more information on ISO standardization or on any issue of RFID standardization, then email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Radio Frequency Identification$1 billion opportunity
Seen in applied RFID technology
Cheap Printed RFID Tags
May Replace Barcodes
RFID Transforming Food Retailers
Security and privacy
In RFID system
Overall RFID market
To hit $5.35 billion this year
Its RFID chips are 'unclonable'
Korea Sets Trend
In Mobile Radio Tags
Sirit and RF Controls Deliver
Groundbreaking RFID System
For Keeping Track of Documents and Files
Expands pay-by-iPhone pilot to 1000 stores
To Bring Mobile Coupons Mainstream
To be split among three databases
Tapped for Swedish ID cards
Hitachi's Biometric Coke Machine
Lets You Pay With Your Pulse
A national ID card
DEA issues rule
On e-prescribing for controlled drugs
FBI's past and future use
Of biometric technology
Healthcare and Life Sciences
Radio Tags for Drugs
Will Require National RFID Chips
For Terso RFID Enclosure Technology
Swiss Study Finds
RFID Tags Safe for MRI, CT Scans
Bar CodeUse your iPhone
To help scan food barcodes
Press ReleasesA regular feature of HighTechAIDCourier will be a review of interesting press releases from around the world. Please send your press releases to email@example.com,, but do not forget to include a URL to the full release on your web site. Here are this month's selections:
Intelleflex Announces New Standards Based Battery Assisted Passive (BAP) RFID Platform
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Intelleflex, the leader in Extended Capability RFID, today announced their next generation, standards based Battery Assisted Passive (BAP) XC3 technology platform.
Impinj Unveils High Performance Speedway� xPortalTM Integrated Portal Reader
Compact, Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Solution Employs Innovative Antenna Technology to Increase Performance While Reducing Deployment Cost by Over $1,000
Invengo Announces New RFID Tags, with Impinj Monza 4 Chip, and Also the Release of a UHF Gen 2 Hand Held Reader
Herndon, VA, April 05, 2010 --(PR.com)-- The products are set to be showcased at the RFID Journal Live Show, which takes place April 14-16 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando FL.
World's First Dual Biometric Reader Verifies Identity by Either Face, Fingerprint, RFID and/or PIN in Less Than Two Seconds
March 24, 2010 12:00 PM
- Compatible with any Platform and Application, ZK Software's iFace 302 is the Perfect Solution for Access Control and/or Time and Attendance
Digital Angel's Destron Fearing Unit Awarded up to $2.0 Million in New Orders for Fish Monitoring RFID Tags
SO. ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Digital Angel (NASDAQ: DIGA - News), an advanced technology company in the field of animal identification and emergency identification solutions, announced today that its Destron Fearing unit has been awarded new orders for Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) fish-monitoring RFID tags from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Alien Technology� Announces Ultra High Performance Next Generation Global RFID Reader At Its User & Partner Conference In Dayton, Ohio
March 10, 2010
New Ultra High Performance and Feature-Rich ALR-9900+ RFID Reader Supersedes All Alien Global Enterprise Category Readers in a Common Hardware Platform
University of Michigan Health System Expands Use of Mobile Aspects Tissue Tracking System
PITTSBURGH - (Business Wire) Mobile Aspects announced today that the University of Michigan Health System has signed an agreement to expand the use of its tissue tracking solution into the Operating Room at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children�s Hospital.
Sirit Obtains Court Approval for Acquisition by Federal Signal
(Source: Canada Newswire) TORONTO, March 3 /CNW/ - Sirit Inc. ("Sirit") (TSX: SI), a leading provider of radio frequency identification ("RFID") technology, announces that the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ("the Court") has issued a Final Order approving the previously announced plan of arrangement under the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) ("the Arrangement") under which Federal Signal Corporation (NYSE: FSS) will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Sirit (the "Common Shares") for $0.46 per share in cash.
The Final CommentWe always try to find something to keep away those boring evenings while you wait to get back to work. This month is no exception, try these:
The sincerest form
of feathery flattery http://www.youtube.com/wa
Never tasted so dog-gone good http://www.youtube.com/wat
How not to rob
A liquor store http://www.glumbert.com/me
Very cool (!)
Snow and ice sculptures http://www.rtoddking.com/ch
All about auroras:
Paintings in the sky http://www.exploratorium.edu
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