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Technology News Briefs
Since last month’s newsletter, the work on standardization of security and file management for RFID has been progressing at a very fast pace. Many phone call meetings have taken place during this last month with many ideas being put forward for how to achieve the security at multiple levels in an RFID tag.
If you want more information on ISO standardization or on any issue of RFID standardization, then email email@example.com.
Radio Frequency IdentificationMIFARE Plus Chosen
To Power Turkey’s Road Tolling System
Are coming to RFID
A single chip for all toll plazas
Using RFID-tagged plastic pallets
Installs RFID units on forklifts
Joyce allocates spectrum
For radio ID tags, smart metering networks
Casino 'smart' chips
Up security ante
Overtake the barcode?
Radio frequency ID wave of the future
Keep tabs on county recycling carts
UK turns trash into cash
internet of thingsThe internet of things
And internet governance
The Internet of Things
An 'Internet of things'
"The Future is Mobile"
Strategy, Predictions as Smartphone Service Booms
A cloudy future for RFID
And that’s a good thing
Enters Emerging Smart Meter Market
The "Internet of Things"
How the Internet of things
Is already making cities smarter
China Unicom Promotes
Internet of Things Business
Europe Beats U.S.
In Race For Social Networking The 'Internet of Things'
The Internet IS a Series of Tubes
Real-Time Mapping of the London Underground
Internet of Things zone
Of the IoT
China Mobile's IOT user base
In Shanghai exceeds 200000
Pioneers a futuristic way to sense the world
To Bring Plug-and-Play Smart Grid Connectivity to All Your Devices
Jam gets sent to Coventry
Cooper, AT&T recognized
For best smart meter, smart grid product service
The internet of things
Linux as a Catalyst
For a Smarter Planet
Wuxi Yu Jian
Compete trillion market for all things networking
Of the Internet of Things
The Internet Of Things
& Augmented Reality
Challenge smart grid
Designing intelligent sensors
For use on the "Internet of Things"
Part 1 http://www.embedded.com/design/225701827
Part 2 http://www.embedded.com/design/225701848
Seen as Moneymaker for Taiwan and China
In praise of
Creative Combinations of Technology
Innovation Driving The Internet Of Things & People
The Internet of things
Is looked at
Internet of Things
Takes Cisco I-Prize
“Navigating the Web of Things”
Demo by Alcatel
What Vint Cerf Sees
In the Internet's Future
Key to Creating Smarter Cities
Agreeing on the Brand
5 Key Trends of 2010
Half-Year Report for The Web
The Internet of things
China to Launch
National Internet of Things Plan
Smart Grid Investment
Will Top $46B by 2015
The internet of things?
IBM Also Planning to Build
'Internet of Things'
Device connections by 2020: Ericsson
Mobile CommerceNokia's Smart Phones
To Feature NFC Chips In 2011
To Provide Boy Scouts A Contactless Payment Option
NFC-iPhone App from Apple?
European Payments Council (EPC)
White Paper: Mobile Payments
Begins To Incorporate RFID Technology
Broadcom to buy Innovision
To put NFC in mobiles
JAGTAG mobile barcodes
Win big with Avatar DVD launch
Will hold fingerprints
India Proposes Tighter Laws
For National ID Project
Emerging biometric technologies
Poised for growth
Crime-Fighting iPhone App Launches
Plans new biometric passport rollout
Healthcare and Life Sciences
Improved Patient Safety
Nnew gamma radiation proof RFID tags
Hot in here
RFID in the autoclave
Now hold more information
The 'beep heard around the world'
Celebrates a birthday
Find New Business Uses
Passes Cell Phone Emission Law
Press ReleasesA regular feature of HighTechAIDCourier will be a review of interesting press releases from around the world. Please send your press releases to firstname.lastname@example.org,, but do not forget to include a URL to the full release on your web site. Here are this month's selections:
Magellan Technology appoints Roger Webber as Chief Executive Officer
Sydney, Australia 07 July 2010 – Magellan Technology Pty Ltd of Sydney, the Australian Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions provider, this week announced that Global Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Roger Webber, has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer.
TASC, Inc. Implements 3-D RFID-Based Asset Management System for U.S. Navy
"Spell-Check for Inventory Control"
Indian Head, MD – July 8, 2010 – A new inventory management system developed by TASC,
Inc. for the U.S. Navy will allow Naval warehousing facilities to automatically count and locate
RFID-tagged inventory in real time.
Code Corporation Announces Scanology as new Reseller Code Corporation is expanding its presence in Europe
Salt Lake City, UT - June 16, 2010 - Code Corporation, an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of image-based bar code readers, announced today that it has signed a reseller agreement with Scanology, an AIDC Solutions provider from the Netherlands.
Savi Technology Unveils System-on-a-Chip to Streamline Development Of Active Radio Frequency Identification Hardware
SoC Also Offered to Developers to Extend Supply Chain Tracking Applications
Impinj Raises $5.8M
Seattle-based Impinj, a radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems developer, has raised $5.8 million in debt and options financing, according to a regulatory filing.
First RFID Technology to Monitor Hand Hygiene to be Unveiled at APIC
Wed Jun 30, 9:00 am ET
The first use of Radio Frequency IDentification technology to monitor hand hygiene will be unveiled at the Association of Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) conference in New Orleans on July 11 through 15, 2010 by HandGiene Corporation.
SecureRF Granted U.S. Patent for Secure Communications Method Targeting Sensors and Wireless Platforms
New Haven, CT, June 21, 2010 --(PR.com)-- SecureRF Corporation today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has granted the company U.S. Patent 7,649,999 for the world’s first cryptography method to run in linear time.
Landis+Gyr Wins Smart Grid Project with Texas Utility
June 22, 2010
CPS Energy will deploy the company's smart meters in San Antonio, TX
Gemalto acquires Cinterion, the global leader in Machine-to-Machine
BusinessWire • Tuesday, Jun. 29, 2010
Gemalto (Euronext NL 0000400653 GTO), the world leader in digital security, announces today the acquisition of Cinterion Wireless Modules GmbH (CWM). Cinterion is the leading provider of industrial Machine-to-Machine (M2M) wireless communication modules, with 2009 M2M revenues of €145 million, EBIT of €4 million and approximately 20% market share. Cinterion, which uses a fabless business model, employs 335 staff with major centers in Munich and Berlin, Germany.
Hitachi sets up IOT RD base in east China
Posted on: Tue, 29 Jun 2010 03:18:32 EDT
NANCHANG, Jun 29, 2010 (Xinhua via COMTEX) --
Japan-based Hitachi, Ltd. set up an Internet of Things (IOT) research and development base in Nanchang, capital city of eastern China's Jiangxi province, the first of such in China for the company.
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