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May
4

ClearStream RFID News and Media

Gives High School STEM Team the Tools It Needs for a High-Tech Solution

Miami, FL - With the help of a Long Island company, three Florida high school freshmen are using technology and ingenuity to try to end school shootings. Faced with the challenge of designing a group capstone project for their STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics] class at Scheck Hillel Community Day School in Miami, Florida, Esther Benasayag, Albert Wolak, and Abraham Woldenberg looked to recent headlines and tried to find a way, as they put it, “to save lives.”

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Apr
12

TracerPlus.com News and Media

January 8, 2016 – Portable Technology Solutions (PTS) announced today that the M3 Mobile OX10 UHF RFID mobile terminal successfully completed TracerPlus Validation testing. “M3 customers now have the ability to create mobile UHF RFID applications for virtually any need, without programming,” Paul Johnston, M3 Sales Director for the UK, said of the announcement. “Resellers can also create apps for the OX10 and considerably shorten their sales cycle.”

 

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Feb
26
RFID Helps Aerospace Factories Manage Small Parts - TracerPlus Featured
Posted by Joseph Kraebel on 26 February 2016 04:02 PM

TracerPlus.com News and Media

Supplier City Solutions' system is designed to help workers easily identify which bins require replenishing, thereby ensuring that no parts run out when needed on the production floor.

February 24, 2016 – Tracking small parts used in aircraft manufacturing is a task that requires effort on the part of both suppliers and manufacturers to ensure that those items, such as fasteners or bolts, never run out when needed. At some factories, parts suppliers dispatch personnel to determine what is in stock, while some aircraft manufacturers have their own employees perform an inventory count. In either case, the process is typically carried out visually, sometimes in conjunction with bar-code scans, though that can be time-consuming and could potentially lead to errors.

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