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Technology News Briefs
This month has been slow for standards work. ISO/IEC 15961 and 15962
are gradually progressing through their Comment Resolution Meetings.
Looks like the comments may be finished before the end of the year.
Radio Frequency IdentificationSpecial Report:
Top 20 automatic data capture (ADC) suppliers
Sales of Tags
ICs Reach Record Levels
GSI Issues New Guidelines
For RFID Pallet Tagging
RFID firm ThingMagic
Sold to California-based Trimble
French government funds
Twelve more NFC and RFID projects
Retailers and manufacturers announce joint effort
To advance use of item-level RFID
1 Million Vertical Feet in First Hour
Powered by RFID
To Raise 817.7M Yuan
TransCore's interoperable RFID system
Chosen by Argentina's largest toll concessionaire
Mojix STAR System
Achieves New Benchmark for RFID Performance
Motorola Aims RFID Handheld
At Business Operations
Savi Challenges You
To Imagine The Best Wireless Applications
Boosts asset control
How RFID Tags
Can Improve Efficiency
Four-Year Deal with Unisys
Has it all gone wrong
Santa Fe uses
Radio frequency tracking badges
RFID Technology Making Big Impact
In The Hospital Laundry Sector
Petrobras Opts for RFID
To Track Drill Pipe
Riding Wave of RFID Resurgence
Schools track kids
By using ID badges
RFID Tag Cost
On the Rise?
Over IPv6 upgrades
Mazda on customization
And BT on privacy
When augmented reality
Hits the Internet of Things
Internet will be network of things
Openness with security:
API keys for the Internet of Things
Formally Announces Smart Energy Effort
The Internet of Things:
An Easy Choice
The New Internet
The New Database, and DASH7
Back to the Future
Top U.S. Government official
Recognizes collaboration as key SmartGrid driver
China's IOT Market Size
To Top 200 Bln Yuan This Year: Report
How regulator's and Telco's
Are holding up the IOT
Consumer 'Internet of Things' to Include
16 Billion Connectable Devices by 2020
Are you ready
For the Internet of Things? Paris, December 1
Are step towards Internet of Things
Internet of Things
Tracking Every Pill
Every Piece Of Food
Internet of Things & Telco of Tomorrow
- GigaOm http://bit.ly/apMl6z
Smart systems will disrupt lots of industries
A sea of sensors
Everything will become a sensor
It's a smart world
The real and digital worlds are converging
A Smarter Planet Makeover
'Internet of Things'
Is on the way
The Internet of Things
Should you care?
US Mobile Data Traffic To Top 1 Exabyte
Internet of 'things'
Demands rethink of business ethics
To speed and power the Internet of Things
IBM Industry Summit:
Smart Planet, Smarter Business Opportunity for Partners
IBM�s Smarter Cities Challenge:
A Chance for Cities to Re-envision their Futures
Live from Barcelona:
Making markets for smarter industries
Wi-Fi and HomePlug Powerline groups
"The Internet of Things is Already Here"
Dispatches From Internetome
From Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey
Rocks Near Field Communications
Makes $25 NFC device
Identifies the latest thinking on NFC business models
NFC design wins from major handset manufacturers
Puts you beyond bar code
More Than 2 Billion
Microsoft Tags Printed
Testing bar code technology
With smart phones
That's A Cool Trick:
QR Codes Useful, Fun
Quick Response codes
Are smartphone hyperlinks
Now Scans QR Codes
Test fingerprint scan
How to avoid fraud
In biometric identification
Use of Iris Recognition technology
In the Biometric ATM
Healthcare and Life Sciences
To improve patient care and processes
For RFID in Healthcare
Secure another $16M in funding
Miniature tracking chip
Features high accuracy
PrivacySettling Some RFID Rumors
Privacy seems to be ratcheting to the top of people�s mind.
Bar CodeRFID or Barcodes
Which Are Better for Small Businesses?
Affecting Mobile Marketing
WirelessTen Wireless Standards
IEEE 802.15.4, Zigbee, and DASH7
Connect Any Wi-Fi Device
To Any Other Wi-Fi Device with Wi-Fi Direct
Wireless spectrum shortage coming
A 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:
Steve Halliday, president of High Tech Aid receives the Richard R. Dilling Award
2010 recipient of AIDC industry's highest award.
PITTSBURGH, November 9, 2010, - High Tech Aid announced today that Steve Halliday was awarded the Richard R. Dilling award at the industry association's annual meetings last week.
Automatic ID Industry Honors Excellence at 2010 AIM Expo
Four Individuals Recognized for Outstanding Contributions
DHL chooses Datalogic technology for its package sorting hub at Cincinnati airport!
Bologna, 28th October 2010 - Datalogic Group, through its subsidiary Datalogic Automation, will provide DHL with the technological solutions for sorting parcels c/o the "DHL Express" Hub of the International airport of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky (CVG).
Learn RFID for Free from ODIN, new video and educational resource
Author of RFID for Dummies and RFID Benchmark SeriesTM consolidate educational information into a free, easy to navigate site
Impinj Appoints Evan Fein as Chief Financial Officer
SEATTLE, WA, Nov 04, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Leading UHF Gen 2 radio frequency identification (RFID) technology provider Impinj, Inc. today announced the appointment of Evan Fein to the position of Chief Financial Officer, effective immediately.
TegoChip(TM) Powers New Marubeni RFID Tags
Marubeni Chemix TAGAT(TM) Tags With High Memory TegoChip Inside Available Worldwide Now for Broad Range of Harsh Industrial Applications
WALTHAM, MA, Nov 09, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Tego, the leading provider of high memory RFID tagging solutions, today announced the worldwide availability of new aviation-grade RFID tags developed by Marubeni Chemix using TegoChip(TM) technology for aerospace and a broad range of industrial applications.
IDENTEC SOLUTIONS' ISO 18000-7 Product Line Completes Industry's First Demonstration of Passive and Active RFID Interoperability, Scores High Marks With U.S. Department of Defense
DALLAS, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- IDENTEC SOLUTIONS, the leading OEM provider of ISO 18000-7 compliant RFID products to the U.S. Department of Defense, through the RFID III contract, recently participated in its first of three practical demonstrations of active and passive RFID interoperability.
Silicon Laboratories Acquires ChipSensors
October 13, 2010
The acquisition complements Silicon Labs' touch, proximity sensing, and MEMS technology, expanding the company's capabilities in CMOS-based sensors.
Research and Markets: Internet 3.0: The Internet of Things
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Internet 3.0: the Internet of Things" report to their offering.
CCID Consulting: Internet of Things, Beachhead in New Wave of Competition among Chinese Cities
CCID Consulting's Latest Research Report Gives an Overview on the Landscape of China's Emerging Internet of Things Industry, Featuring Key Players Including the City of Wuxi
ETSI Workshop confirms leadership role for Machine-to-Machine standards
ETSI's first Open Machine-to-Machine Workshop broke all records for attendance, laying out the next steps for achieving M2M applications worldwide, and confirming a leading role for the standards organisation.
California University Campus Reports 300% Return On Investment After First Year Of Using Biometric Technology
Cal Poly Pomona Foundation Implements M2SYS Biometric Technology with Kronos Time and Attendance Software
SAIC Awarded $23 Million Task Order by Defense Biometrics Identity Management Agency
Company to Continue Providing Biometrics Support to U.S. Central Command
Mobile Aspects RFID Technology Increases Charge Capture by 25% and Reduces Inventory Stock-Outs at Massachusetts General Hospital
PITTSBURGH - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Mobile Aspects announced today that Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has fully implemented its radio frequency identification (RFID) enabled supply automation system to store, track, and manage medical devices and supplies used for neuro interventional procedures in the IR division within the Department of Radiology.
The Final Comment
We 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:
Transforming a chin-warmer
Into bird cage
Pouring a cup of tea
Compare a notebook to a dead fish
Medieval Tech Support:
Introduction to the new system: "The Book"
Amazing low altitude RC helicopter aerobatics
By Alan Szabo, one of the best RC heli pilots in the world: http://www.flixxy.com/rc-heli
Test your knowledge
Of U.S. geography
Meanings and origins
Of phrases and sayings
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