Tokyo Hospital Tracks Equipment via RFID-Enabled Shelving
Tokyo’s St. Luke’s International Hospital has completed a pilot of RFID technology to track the movement of equipment. The facility found that the technology identified stock levels at each of its wards in real time, and reduced the number of staff visits to the central clinical engineering room by approximately 55 percent. The technology, known as Recopick, is provided by Japanese carbon-fiber and plastics technology company Teijin Ltd.
Forensics Lab Piloting RFID System for Automated Supply Tracking
To make the management of its equipment and evidence automatic, HFSC is piloting an ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) radio frequency identification system, initially to track lab equipment and supplies. In the long run, the same technology will automatically track and manage the locations of firearms, biological evidence and evidence collected at crime scenes.
CSL Launches Affordable, Reliable UHF RFID Handheld Sled with Longest Read Range in Industry
—The powerful read range of the CS108 UHF handheld sled reader combined with a mobile device will make taking inventory counts faster than ever— HONG KONG — April 24, 2017 — Convergence Systems Limited (CSL), a global provider of passive RFID products and active RTLS equipment, today announced the CS108 UHF handheld sled reader offering […]