RFID
Libraries & Museums

RFID could have solved Boston Public Library’s missing art mystery

Boston Public Library officials understandably hit the panic button when two rare paintings were discovered missing from the library in April, including a 1504 engraving by Albrecht Durer, worth $600,000, and a Rembrandt print of lesser value. After a chaotic two-month search for the items, both pieces of art were found about 80 feet from [...]

RFID drives new exhibit at Nobel Peace Center

This summer the Nobel Peace Center will celebrate its 10th anniversary. In preparation for the event, the museum has modernized many of its permanent installations, including the Nobel Field and the Nobel Chamber. RFID technology will now help guests to learn about the history of Alfred Nobel and the Nobel Peace Prize through an interactive [...]

NXP: 1.7 billion apparel items will be tagged in 2012

It’s the time of year when research analysts update their growth projections for RFID technology. ABI Research came out with its market forecast earlier this week, calling for a total market value in excess of $70 billion by 2015. RFID chip manufacturer NXP has also released some interesting research on what it considers to be [...]

Innovation on display during RFID Live

Innovation was on full display during day one of the RFID Live conference being held this week in Orlando. In many cases, the new applications being showcased by vendors like Impinj and NXP interact heavily the consumer, bringing shoppers even closer to the technology. NXP, for example, demonstrated an RFID-enabled tablet device that can be [...]

Time for librarians to check out?

Could NFC technology make the role of librarian obsolete? A new NFC-based solution demonstrated at the 100th German Librarian Day in Berlin certainly suggests so. The prototype of the first-ever mobile SelfCheck features an NFC capable smart phone that makes it possible to borrow straight from the library shelf. Users can check out, extend the lending period [...]

TAGSYS solution pushes RFID to the next level for libraries

Libraries around the world have deployed RFID technology for years, including the Vatican and the Hamburg Public Library System in Germany, which holds 1.6 million books, 130,000 CD’s, and 55,000 videos and other media. AS RFID technology matures, the options available to libraries have increased greatly. No more just slapping an RFID tag onto a [...]

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