Michelin to Connect All of Its Car Tires Via RFID by 2023

The advantage of RFID technology is that it is a relatively cost-effective way of identifying tires throughout their lifecycle and very robust compared to many other smart sensors. By  Tire Review Staff on December 16, 2020 Through RFID technology, Michelin says it is making tires that “communicate” by linking them to a more global ecosystem. Michelin has been fitting some of its car tires with chips since mid-2019, and, by 2023, Michelin will equip every new car tire with identification technology. “We are currently working with car [...]

ISO9001:2015 Certificate

We are proud to announce that Goodwin have passed our ISO audit and have been awarded the ISO 9001 certificates for the quality standards. The ISO (International Standards Organisation) is an independent, international organisation who uphold worldwide industrial and commercial international standards.

World’s Second Largest RFID Library to Open in China

Item-level tagging specialist TAGSYS today announced that its technology will be deployed at the Shenzhen Library in China, where it will be the second largest RFID-enabled library automation system in the world and the largest in China. Tags: Asset Tracking, Inventory / Warehouse Management, Library Item-level tagging specialist TAGSYS announced that its technology will be deployed at the Shenzhen Library in China, where it will be the second largest RFID-enabled library automation system in the world and the largest in China. The implementation [...]

RFID Motion Sensor for Security

Axcess has unveiled a new RFID tag that can detect the unauthorized movement of anything from PCs to missiles. By Andrew Price Tags: Chemical, Security and Access Control Jun 18, 2002—July 18, 2002 ? Companies have always suffered losses from theft. Since Sept. 11, however, businesspeople worry not just about the loss of a laptop or a case of detergent. The fear is that radio-active material from a hospital could be used to make a dirty bomb, or that a dangerous chemical or [...]

RFID Tracks Jewelry Sales, Inventory in Mideast

Fifteen retail locations in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain have begun using a system that tags and tracks jewelry items. By Claire Swedberg Tags: Asset Tracking, Retail May 18, 2006—Fifteen jewelry stores in the Middle East have begun using an RFID system designed to monitor the movement of each piece of jewelry. The system was designed by The jewellery store (TJS), a startup in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, specifically launched in October 2005 to develop and market the jewelry-tracking system. Other retailers [...]

Tucson Schools Considering RFID BusPass

The school district plans to test an RFID-based system that would let administrators and parents know when and where kids get on and off school buses. By Mary Catherine O’Connor Tags: Asset Tracking In the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD), one of the nation’s largest school systems, some students might be carrying RFID-enabled ID cards as soon as next fall. The TUSD is testing a system called BusPass. Designed by Tucson-based Gateway communications, BusPass combines RFID and a GPS to track when and where [...]

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