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Korea deploys RFID tags to quell counterfeit liquor trade

 

South Korea’s National Tax Service (NTS) will use RFID tags to sniff out counterfeit liquor bottles in 1,045 bars and 150 liquor wholesalers Seoul’s Gangnam district


Italian CAEN RFID launches tiny QUARK reader

 

Italian UHF RFID provider, has announced the development of QUARK, a UHF multiregional ultra compact reader module designed for easy integration into small form factor industrial handhelds, smartphone accessories and USB ports.


VeriChip, RECEPTORS now in Phase II of developing glucose sensing RFID chip

 

VeriChip and its partner RECEPTORS LLC announced that they will launch Phase II development of an implantable glucose-sensing RFID microchip. The goal of the project is to create an alternative way for diabetes patients to monitor blood sugar without the need to draw blood.


RFID could help hospitals contain Swine Flu

 

Swine Flu outbreaks, such as India, which has now reported 200 deaths from the illness, should consider issuing RFID-enabled hospital bracelets to infected patients and hospital visitors to determine who has come in contact with whom, and use the data to develop quarantine strategies.

 
   
     
     
     
     
     
       
     
       
     
     
 

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