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The Philippines Wants Nation’s Bike Lanes on Digital Map App
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Thai Navy signs deal to purchase Elbit Systems’ Hermes 900 UAS
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China Launches 16 New Satellites Into Orbit for Commercial Remote Sensing, Atmospheric Imaging: Report
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Australia and NZ to share SBAS Network
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2022 China-ASEAN Satellite Application Industry Cooperation Forum Held in Nanning
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India marks presence on chip-making map with Vedanta-Foxconn deal
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IBM to introduce remote-sensing AI in Saudi Arabia
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Starbucks Singapore says customer database breached
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Space Foundation and Singapore Space & Technology Limited Sign Partnership Agreement
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HERE SDK Navigate now available in Japan
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Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

Philippines Eyes RFID Tech for Disaster Prevention

Expect radio frequency ID (RFID) technology to play bigger roles in disaster mitigation and several other aspects of Filipinos' lives, the Department of Science and Technology said. DOST Information and Communications Technology Office (ICTO) Executive Director Louis...

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Bangalore-based Magnasoft Offers School Bus Tracking Solution

Bangalore-based Magnasoft's innovation called Northstar seeks to mitigate parental fears. Northstar is a mapping-based solution that helps parents and school administrators keep track of children in a school bus and send them timely details when a child is being dropped off. The school bus is fitted...

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

Trimble Expands Enterprise RFID Capabilities with ThingMagic Mercury6 Reader Upgrade

Trimble announced a firmware upgrade to its ThingMagic® Mercury6 (M6) RFID reader for the integration of high-performance RFID into enterprise, commercial and industrial environments. The upgrade features...

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Getac PS236 Rugged PDA Adds RFID Capabilities

Getac’s ultra-rugged handheld PDA, already accredited for explosive environments (ATEX), now adds RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) capability for use in the mining , oil, gas and petrochemical markets. 

Tuesday, May 24th, 2011

Trimble Expands Functionality of ThingMagic Embedded RFID

Trimble announced today the availability of a number of new capabilities for its ThingMagic Mercury6e (M6e), Mercury5e (M5e), and Mercury5e-Compact (M5e-C) embedded UHF RFID reader modules.  Available through a firmware upgrade, the added functionality gives customers an...

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

Trimble and Truecount Corporation Partner – ThingMagic RFID

Trimble announced today that it partnered with Truecount Corporation, an innovator in RFID software solutions for the retail industry. Truecount will leverage ThingMagic enterprise-grade RFID readers to deliver best-in-class item-level RFID platforms for...

Monday, January 10th, 2011

Trimble Announces Availability of ThingMagic Mercury6e RFID Reader Module

Achieving several market firsts, the M6e is the world's smallest 1 Watt, four port UHF reader module on the market today, delivering leading performance and significant time-to-market advantages to original equipment manufacturers (OEM), value added resellers (VAR),...

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

RFID USN Korea 2010 Presents the Mobile RFID Print

A smartphone is aimed at a Starbucks sign on the street and its menu and history information is recieved. This year, RFID/USN Korea 2010 suggested that RFID/USN technology is already contributing to the lives of consumers' to...