Friday, March 31, 2006


G2 brings RFID every where

G2 Microsystems has launched an RFID chip for RFID tags that can be read by WiFi access points. The new technology does away with the network of readers and gives the user approximately 75% reductions in costs. The technology helps companies save cost as there is no need for manufacturing rfid projects but use WiFi access points instead.

The new information technology rfid tags would enable an easy access to the internet and enable to communicate with the server. The chip has a in built receiver wich helps to locate the tagged goods within 3 meters. Well the chips will give a new dimension to the RFID industry and improve the precission of the technology.

Friday, March 24, 2006


RFID Smart labels Europe 2006 – Te place to be.

Europe’s most important and established RFID show will commence on the 19th of September to the 21st. the show will be held at the Guoman Tower Hotel in London. The entire RFID world will be in one place, it truly will be a spectacular site. Local companies will tour and we are bound to find outstanding new technologies on rfid.
The show will have government official from outries like China, Japan and Korea. The aim of the show seems to be to capture the niche market

Thursday, March 23, 2006



Now hotels are giving RFID tag embedded wrist band to its customers. The wrist bands would also act as credit cards. This technology is first being put in force at the Great Wolf Resorts while the technology is being provided by Texas Inc. The wrist band would allow the customers access to their rooms and also help parents to track the activities of their children, by giving wrist bands to their children parents can keep track them.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006



RFID to track the spread of bird flu. Yes China will use a RFID tracking system which will try to slow the spread of avian flu. The technology has been developed by Smart-tek Communications of Canada. The RFID Tracking Alert Containment and Poultry Monitoring system the Chinese government aims to track the spread of bird flu in among 13 billion chickens in china.

The system is designed to track any outbreak of the disease. The system will provide timely alerts thereby enabling inspectors to investigate in time. This truly is a revolution in the use of the technology.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

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