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New Type 5 NFC Chip Boasts Long Range, Tamper Detection
By Claire Swedberg
STMicroelectronics' ST25TV chip can be read via ISO 15693-compliant readers, as well as NFC-enabled mobile phones, resulting in tags that can be used from the point of manufacture to consumer use with a limited footprint for small packaging.

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Stora Enso to Be Cornerstone Sponsor of RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2018
By RFID Journal
RFID Journal announced today that Stora Enso Intelligent Packaging will be the cornerstone sponsor for its 14th annual conference and exhibition in Europe, to be held on Nov. 7, in London, England.

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Make the Leap
By Kenneth Sanford
How to pave the way for artificial intelligence and self-maintenance, by first optimizing your operations with predictive maintenance

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Paper Company Brings Intelligence to Packaging
By Claire Swedberg
Several consumer-brand businesses are testing RFID and NFC versions of Stora Enso's Intelligent Packaging solution that includes RFID-enabled packages and readers, as well as software and apps to manage read data.

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RFID News Roundup
By Beth Bacheldor
HID Global intros ceramic Brick and Slimflex on-metal tags

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Three Boosts for EPCIS
By Ken Traub
ISO ratification, new guidelines and free tools will propel adoption of the Electronic Product Code Information Services standard.

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Chinese RFID Adoption Takes Many Forms
By Claire Swedberg
The Shanghai branch of U.S. RFID technology provider Impinj is seeing strong demand for passive UHF tags and readers from the nation's banking, transportation and retail sectors, with the greatest growth coming from consumer goods manufacturers.

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Flexstr8 Offers NFC-Enabled Labels for Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Consumer Products
By Claire Swedberg
The startup's NFC Smart Label solution is being trialed by companies to track goods, pharmaceuticals, and maintenance and service for industrial equipment.

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Consumer Physics Begins Shipping SCiO Pocket Molecular Sensors
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
The pocket device is designed to help consumers better understand the products they buy, the foods they eat or the medicines they take.

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R-pac Releases EPC UHF Label for Spirits, Wine, Cosmetics
By Claire Swedberg
The foil-CapTag, developed in partnership with ePix and Interactive Product Solutions, offers a 15-foot read range by leveraging a bottle's foil packaging and liquid contents.

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Thinfilm Launches OpenSense Printed NFC Sensor Label for Bottles
By Claire Swedberg
The Norwegian firm's product comes at the same time that the company prepares the release of an NFC temperature label, and has signed a partnership with Xerox, which is planning to mass-produce contact memory labels using Thinfilm's platform, and is researching an NFC version of the labels.

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Swiss Manufacturer Adopts RFID to Stay Competitive
By Samuel Greengard
Sekisui Alveo, which manufactures foam products, uses the technology to improve inventory visibility and productivity.

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RFID News Roundup
By Beth Bacheldor
Checkpoint Systems brings bulk-encoding solution to Inditex's Zara DCs

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Believing in RFID
By Mark Roberti
My conviction that radio frequency identification technology will be adopted widely in the near future is based on the knowledge that it can reduce waste in many industries.

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Post Foods Adds NFC to Cereal Marketing Mix
By Jill Gambon
Concertgoers accessed custom songs and video with their smartphones.

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