Go Back   David Icke's Official Forums > Main Forums > Big Brother / Microchipping / Problem-Reaction-Solution

Reply
 
Thread Tools
Old 28-10-2009, 09:11 AM   #21
snapdragon
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Donk, Belgium
Posts: 1,206
Likes: 17 (8 Posts)
Default

There seems to be a few myths floating around with respect to RFID.
First of all, let me make it clear that I am against the general implementation of this technology. I am talking about RFID here, not other systems which may incorporate RFID.

a) It is not possible to upload data to the RFID tag.
b) The RFID tag is just a tag which contains a unique code or string of data in 0 & 1 (usually 96bits or 128bits (0&1s) long)
c) They can be remotely read only when energised (powered up) by a changing magnetic field in a suitable frequency range.
d) The danger of RFID is it's ability to be covert and remotely read.
e) The second danger is the backend database which is used to tie the unique ID in the RFID tag to any data which is put into a database.

So on the face of it, it is little more than a barcode, but much longer codes can be stored on it and it doesn't need to be opticallr read by a reader using light, it could simply be in the rubber of your shoe sole or cart tyres or even sewn into the seam of your jeans.
snapdragon is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 29-10-2009, 09:43 AM   #22
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

Registration Open for RFID Journal LIVE! 2010

The RFID industry's largest conference and exhibition, to be held on Apr. 14-16 in Orlando, Fla., will feature three co-located events designed to deliver additional value to attendees.

Oct. 28, 2009—RFID Journal announced today that registration is now open for RFID Journal LIVE! 2010, a conference and exhibition focused on radio frequency identification and its many business applications. Motorola is the Cornerstone and Registration sponsor for the conference, which will include three co-located events on Apr. 14: the Auto-ID Conference, IEEE RFID 2010 and the Aerospace RFID Summit.

RFID Journal LIVE! 2010, the eighth annual event produced by RFID Journal, will be held on Apr. 14-16 at the Orange Country Convention Center, in Orlando, Fla. The event will feature eight industry-specific and level-of-expertise conference tracks, eight in-depth preconference seminars, fast-track CompTIA RFID+ training and certification, and the RFID Journal Awards, as well as numerous technology exhibits and demonstrations conducted by leading technology firms. For 2010, the program will include more than 75 hours of educational programming, more than 50 end-user case studies and more than 175 technology companies. As in years past, the focus will be to help attendees learn how to employ RFID to solve their business problems.

"It's clear that RFID technology has matured to the point where businesses can now invest in solutions that provide true business visibility," says Mark Roberti, RFID Journal's founder and editor. "Companies can now track and manage mobile assets, inventory, tools, vehicles and individuals in a way that was never before possible. The data provided by RFID systems allows them to optimize their business processes."

The three co-located events are designed to provide added value to attendees, by enabling them to access additional education sessions.

Auto-ID Conference
This one-day conference is designed for executives looking to understand how automatic-identification technologies other than RFID can help solve their business problems. Sessions will cover the various types of bar codes, contact memory buttons, bokodes, Microsoft Tag applications, RF-resonant inks and more. In addition, this conference will address how various auto-ID technologies can be integrated to provide seamless visibility for managers.

IEEE RFID 2010
The 2010 IEEE International Conference on RFID is the leading technical conference for researchers, developers, integrators and vendors to discuss and expand their knowledge of technologies, systems, networks, algorithms and applications of RF-based wireless communications and identification systems. IEEE RFID 2010 will provide insights into research currently underway that will likely drive future advances in radio frequency identification.

Aerospace RFID Summit
This workshop will provide a unique opportunity to understand how radio frequency identification is being applied in the aerospace sector. Participants can learn about RFID technology basics, including overviews of the physics, hardware and software; business and use cases of RFID for aerospace and defense; and standards and regulations that are key to effective deployments.

"We are extremely excited about next year's event," Roberti says. "More companies understand the value RFID can provide, and we are pleased to be able to help them determine which system will offer the visibility they need to improve the way they do business. The three co-located events will offer attendees even more value."

http://www.rfidjournal.com/article/a...view/5331/1/1/
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 29-10-2009, 09:47 AM   #23
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

VeriChip Corporation and RECEPTORS LLC Announce Webcast Details for Today's Event to Unveil Development Details of Virus Triage Detection System for the H1N1 Virus and In Vivo Glucose-Sensing RFID Microchip

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VeriChip Corporation (“VeriChip”) (NASDAQ: CHIP) and its development partner RECEPTORS LLC ("RECEPTORS"), a technology company whose AFFINITY by DESIGN™ chemistry platform can be applied to the development of selective binding products, announced webcast details for today's event for the medical, patient and investor communities in New York to unveil details of their virus triage detection system for the H1N1 virus and Phase II development of an in vivo glucose-sensing RFID microchip.

The event will take place at the Grand Hyatt at 4:30 p.m. ET and feature a presentation by Robert E. Carlson, Ph.D., President and Chief Science Officer of RECEPTORS LLC, and an expert in the field of proteomics and the development of artificial receptors. A webcast of the event will be available at www.verichipcorp.com in the Investor Relations section under Events & Presentations.

About RECEPTORS LLC

RECEPTORS LLC develops SMART MATERIALS products for laboratory, clinical, industrial hygiene and healthcare use that selectively capture and measure chemical, biochemical and cellular targets from complex biological, environmental or industrial samples. The Company's patented AFFINITY by DESIGN™ platform has broad applicability, ranging from the isolation of disease pathway proteins for drug discovery and production of therapeutic antibodies, to the capture of bacteria and viruses for disinfection and diagnostic purposes. RECEPTORS LLC is a private company based in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota. For further information please visit http://www.receptorsllc.com.

About VeriChip Corporation

VeriChip Corporation, headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida, has developed the VeriMed™ Health Link System for rapidly and accurately identifying people who arrive in an emergency room and are unable to communicate. This system uses the first human-implantable passive RFID microchip and corresponding personal health record, cleared for medical use in October 2004 by the United States Food and Drug Administration.

On September 8, 2009, VeriChip Corporation announced it agreed to acquire Steel Vault Corporation (OTCBB: SVUL) to form PositiveID Corporation. PositiveID will provide identification technologies and tools to protect consumers and businesses. The companies expect the merger to close in the fourth quarter of 2009.

For more information on VeriChip, please call 1-800-970-2447, or e-mail [email protected]. Additional information can be found online at www.verichipcorp.com.

Statements about VeriChip’s future expectations, including its development of a triage detection system, the expectation that the triage detection system, if developed, will function as intended and be a marketable product, the expectation that Phase II will demonstrate a glucose concentration response in the presence of blood and interstitial fluid matrix components, the ability of RECEPTORS LLC to complete the Phase II goal, the expectation that the merger will close in the fourth quarter of 2009, and all other statements in this press release other than historical facts are “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and as that term is defined in the Private Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties and are subject to change at any time, and VeriChip’s actual results could differ materially from expected results. These risks and uncertainties include the Company’s ability to successfully develop and commercialize the microchip, the market acceptance of the microchip, the Company’s and RECEPTORS’ ability to develop a microchip, the validity, scope and enforceability of the Company’s patents and those related to the microchip, the protection afforded by the Company’s patents and those related to the microchip, the Company’s ability to complete the development phases in certain time frames, government regulations relating to the microchip, the Company’s ability to fund the continued development of the microchip, the timing and success of submission, acceptance and approval of required regulatory filings; as well as certain other risks. Additional information about these and other factors that could affect the Company’s business is set forth in the Company’s various filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including those set forth in the Company’s 10-K filed on February 12, 2009, under the caption “Risk Factors.” The Company undertakes no obligation to update or release any revisions to these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this statement or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events, except as required by law.

Additional Information and Where to Find It

On September 8, 2009, VeriChip and Steel Vault issued a joint press release announcing the signing of an Agreement and Plan of Reorganization, among VeriChip, Steel Vault and VeriChip Acquisition Corp., a Delaware corporation and wholly-owned subsidiary of VeriChip (the “Acquisition Subsidiary”), pursuant to which the Acquisition Subsidiary will be merged with and into Steel Vault, with Steel Vault surviving and becoming a wholly-owned subsidiary of VeriChip (the “Merger”). Upon the consummation of the Merger, each outstanding share of Steel Vault’s common stock will be converted into 0.5 shares of VeriChip common stock.

In connection with the Merger, VeriChip filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) a Registration Statement on Form S-4 that will contain a Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus of VeriChip and Steel Vault. Investors and security holders are urged to read the Registration Statement and the Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus carefully because they contain important information about VeriChip, Steel Vault and the proposed transaction. The Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus and other relevant materials (when they become available), and any other documents filed with the SEC, may be obtained free of charge at the SEC’s web site (www.sec.gov). In addition, investors and security holders may obtain a free copy of other documents filed by VeriChip or Steel Vault by directing a written request, as appropriate, to VeriChip at 1690 South Congress Avenue, Suite 200 Delray Beach, Florida 33445, Attention: Investor Relations, or to Steel Vault at 1690 South Congress Avenue, Suite 200 Delray Beach, Florida 33445, Attention: Investor Relations. Investors and security holders are urged to read the Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus and the other relevant materials before making any voting or investment decision with respect to the proposed transaction.

VeriChip, Steel Vault and their respective directors and executive officers may be deemed to be participants in the solicitation of proxies in connection with the proposed transaction.

Information regarding the interests of these directors and executive officers in the proposed transaction will be included in the Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus referred to above. Additional information regarding the directors and executive officers of VeriChip is also included in VeriChip's Form 10-K, which was filed with the SEC on February 12, 2009. Additional information regarding the directors and executive officers of Steel Vault is also included in Steel Vault's proxy statement (Form DEF 14A) for the 2009 annual meeting of Steel Vault's stockholders, which was filed with the SEC on February 9, 2009, as amended. These documents are available free of charge at the SEC’s website (www.sec.gov) and by contacting Investor Relations at the addresses above.

http://www.businesswire.com/portal/s...83&newsLang=en
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 29-10-2009, 02:20 PM   #24
oneup
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Netherlands
Posts: 1,377
Likes: 0 (0 Posts)
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by snapdragon View Post
c) They can be remotely read only when energised (powered up) by a changing magnetic field in a suitable frequency range.
That's passive RFID, which is quite old. The new RFID technology, where everyone is talking about, is active RFID. It contains it's own battery and constantly transmits it's signal every 1.5 seconds.
oneup is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 29-10-2009, 07:48 PM   #25
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

VeriChip Corporation to Present its Glucose-Sensing RFID Microchip and Virus Triage Detection System for the H1N1 Virus at ID World International Congress, the World's Premier Event on Identification Technology


ID World International Congress

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VeriChip Corporation (NASDAQ:CHIP) ("VeriChip" or the "Company") announced today that its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Scott R. Silverman, will present at the ID World International Congress in Milan, Italy, which runs from November 3-5, 2009, and is the world's leading symposium on the future directions of identification technology. Mr. Silverman will discuss, among other things, the Company's in vivo glucose-sensing RFID microchip and virus triage detection system for the H1N1 virus. There will be more than 150 speakers at ID WORLD 2009, including visionaries, CEOs, key end users and government representatives from all continents, and thousands of attendees from across the globe.

The ID WORLD International Congress is the most comprehensive showcase on the evolving world of RFID, biometrics and smart card technologies, and is the only international forum that looks at the automatic identification industry as a whole, rather than focusing on a specific technology or vertical sector. It offers a full-scale and complete vision of social, technological and business aspects related to the deployment of the automatic identification systems. The ID WORLD International Congress has consolidated its position as the most comprehensive and highly targeted global summit on automatic identification.

About VeriChip Corporation

VeriChip Corporation, headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida, has developed the VeriMed™ Health Link System for rapidly and accurately identifying people who arrive in an emergency room and are unable to communicate. This system uses the first human-implantable passive RFID microchip and corresponding personal health record, cleared for medical use in October 2004 by the United States Food and Drug Administration.

On September 8, 2009, VeriChip Corporation announced it agreed to acquire Steel Vault Corporation (OTCBB: SVUL) to form PositiveID Corporation. PositiveID will provide identification technologies and tools to protect consumers and businesses. The companies expect the merger to close in the fourth quarter of 2009.

For more information on VeriChip, please call 1-800-970-2447, or e-mail [email protected]. Additional information can be found online at www.verichipcorp.com.

Statements about VeriChip’s future expectations, including its development of an in vivo glucose-sensing RFID microchip and a virus triage detection system for the H1N1 virus, the expectation that the merger will close in the fourth quarter of 2009, and all other statements in this press release other than historical facts are “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and as that term is defined in the Private Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties and are subject to change at any time, and VeriChip’s actual results could differ materially from expected results. These risks and uncertainties include the Company’s ability to successfully develop and commercialize the microchip, the market acceptance of the microchip, the Company’s and RECEPTORS’ ability to develop a microchip, the validity, scope and enforceability of the Company’s patents and those related to the microchip, the protection afforded by the Company’s patents and those related to the microchip, the Company’s ability to complete the development phases in certain time frames, government regulations relating to the microchip, the Company’s ability to fund the continued development of the microchip, the timing and success of submission, acceptance and approval of required regulatory filings; as well as certain other risks. Additional information about these and other factors that could affect the Company’s business is set forth in the Company’s various filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including those set forth in the Company’s 10-K filed on February 12, 2009, under the caption “Risk Factors.” The Company undertakes no obligation to update or release any revisions to these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this statement or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events, except as required by law.

Additional Information and Where to Find It

On September 8, 2009, VeriChip and Steel Vault issued a joint press release announcing the signing of an Agreement and Plan of Reorganization, among VeriChip, Steel Vault and VeriChip Acquisition Corp., a Delaware corporation and wholly-owned subsidiary of VeriChip (the “Acquisition Subsidiary”), pursuant to which the Acquisition Subsidiary will be merged with and into Steel Vault, with Steel Vault surviving and becoming a wholly-owned subsidiary of VeriChip (the “Merger”). Upon the consummation of the Merger, each outstanding share of Steel Vault’s common stock will be converted into 0.5 shares of VeriChip common stock.

In connection with the Merger, VeriChip filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) a Registration Statement on Form S-4 that will contain a Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus of VeriChip and Steel Vault. Investors and security holders are urged to read the Registration Statement and the Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus carefully because they contain important information about VeriChip, Steel Vault and the proposed transaction. The Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus and other relevant materials (when they become available), and any other documents filed with the SEC, may be obtained free of charge at the SEC’s web site (www.sec.gov). In addition, investors and security holders may obtain a free copy of other documents filed by VeriChip or Steel Vault by directing a written request, as appropriate, to VeriChip at 1690 South Congress Avenue, Suite 200 Delray Beach, Florida 33445, Attention: Investor Relations, or to Steel Vault at 1690 South Congress Avenue, Suite 200 Delray Beach, Florida 33445, Attention: Investor Relations. Investors and security holders are urged to read the Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus and the other relevant materials before making any voting or investment decision with respect to the proposed transaction.

VeriChip, Steel Vault and their respective directors and executive officers may be deemed to be participants in the solicitation of proxies in connection with the proposed transaction.

Information regarding the interests of these directors and executive officers in the proposed transaction will be included in the Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus referred to above. Additional information regarding the directors and executive officers of VeriChip is also included in VeriChip's Form 10-K, which was filed with the SEC on February 12, 2009. Additional information regarding the directors and executive officers of Steel Vault is also included in Steel Vault's proxy statement (Form DEF 14A) for the 2009 annual meeting of Steel Vault's stockholders, which was filed with the SEC on February 9, 2009, as amended. These documents are available free of charge at the SEC’s website (www.sec.gov) and by contacting Investor Relations at the addresses above.

http://www.businesswire.com/portal/s...65&newsLang=en
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 29-10-2009, 07:53 PM   #26
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

Container Centralen selects RF Code's active RFID technology

Oct 29, 2009 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- RF Code, a provider of wire-free adaptive asset management solutions, has announced that Container Centralen, or CC, a Danish horticultural logistics company, has chosen RF Code's active RFID technology to track the shipping racks CC supplies to its customers throughout North America.

full story here http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2009/10/29/4453209.htm
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 29-10-2009, 07:58 PM   #27
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

RFID-based enterprise intelligence

SixthSense is a platform for RFID-based enterprise intelligence that combines RFID events with information from other enterprise systems and sensors to automatically make inferences about people, objects, workspaces, and their interactions, writes Nivedan Prakash

We all are aware of the benefits that can be leveraged out of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology. RFID is basically an electronic tagging technology that allows the detection and tracking of tags and consequently the objects that they are affixed to. This ability to do remote detection and tracking coupled with the low cost of passive tags has led to the widespread adoption of RFID in supply chains worldwide.

Microsoft Research India has come up with a technology called SixthSense, which is a platform for RFID-based enterprise intelligence systems. The vision behind this is the workplace or home of the future where computing is extended to encompass non-computing entities such as people, objects, and spaces to enable rich user experiences.

The technology comprises inexpensive tags that are attached to objects and readers that are able to read these tags from some distance. In SixthSense, the researchers have extended the domain of RFID to settings, such as the workplace, where there is rich interaction amongst people and between people and objects.

SixthSense has been designed and developed by Venkat Padmanabhan, Principal Researcher - Mobility, Networks and Systems Group, Microsoft Research India and Lenin Ravindranath, formerly an Assistant Researcher in the same group.

Padmanabhan said, “The idea of SixthSense is to use RFID technology in conjunction with a bunch of other enterprise systems such as the calendar system or online presence that can track user activity. Here, we consider an enterprise setting of the future where people (or rather their employee badges) and their personal objects such as books, laptops, and mobile phones are tagged with cheap, passive RFID tags, and there is good coverage of RFID readers in the workplace.”

The rationale behind coming up with this kind of technology is the underlying fact that RFID is widely used to track the movement of goods through a supply chain—whether it be pallets shipped between warehouses, cases delivered to stores, or items placed on the store shelves, thereby optimizing inventory management and yielding significant cost savings.

“If you look at the technology trends, RFID has really taken off in a big way in the world of warehouses and retail stores amongst others wherein you can tag items and then track their movement through the supply chain. Although it’s expensive, it is becoming cheaper. In the supply chain setting, there is typically a linear flow of objects. The question we asked was whether RFID technology could be used in an interesting way in a different environment like an office building or an enterprise. That’s how we started off and we basically realized that rather than working with RFID technology in isolation, it would make sense to use it in conjunction with other enterprise systems that already existed. This led to the SixthSense system,” added Padmanabhan.

full story here http://www.expresscomputeronline.com...nology01.shtml
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 29-10-2009, 08:02 PM   #28
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

Newport Digital Technologies is Now A Lab Sponsor of RFID Research Center at University of Arkansas

Buffalo, New York 10/29/2009 02:35 AM GMT (TransWorldNews)

Newport Digital Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: NPDT) has become a Lab Sponsor to the University of Arkansas RFID Research Center at the Sam M. Walton College of Business. NPDT will also be participating this week in the VICS Conference in Fayetteville, Arkansas to introduce the company's total RFID Solutions. NPDT will demonstrate their capabilities as a RFID solution provider.

ABOUT NEWPORT DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

Newport Digital Technologies, Inc. (www.newportdt.com) is a technology solutions driven company organized to focus on serving five of the fastest-emerging businesses in the technology space -- RFID (radio-frequency identification), WiMax, eLearning, Digital Signage & LED Lighting and Security & Surveillance solutions. NPDT develops and delivers these technology solutions through strategic collaborations with global partners, including Taiwan Industry and Taiwan's premier technology R&D incubators -- the Institute for Information Industry (III) www.iii.org.tw/english and the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) www.itri.org.tw/eng. NPDT will customize these technology solutions and market them through Fortune 1000 channel partners and systems integrators on a worldwide basis.

http://www.transworldnews.com/NewsSt...storyid=134110
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 29-10-2009, 08:13 PM   #29
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

Quote:
Yesterday, October 28, 2009 was approved in Brazil, the law that requires all cars to have a national identification chip with data from the car. These data will be read by a network of antennas installed in streets, avenues and highways. The driver who does not have the chip installed will be committing a serious offense, a fine, currently R $ 125.69 and recording five points in the drivers' license. The vehicle must also be withheld until the installation of equipment.
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 30-10-2009, 11:27 AM   #30
sloloris
Inactive
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Posts: 384
Likes: 1 (1 Post)
Default

well this sucks
sloloris is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 30-10-2009, 11:34 AM   #31
Dude111
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 20,406
Likes: 1,436 (935 Posts)
Default

Anyone that willingly accepts this IS A FUCKING NUTCASE WHO DOESNT CARE ABOUT THIER OWN WELL BEING!
Dude111 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 30-10-2009, 06:52 PM   #32
cleopatraxxx
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: for now... in 3D: Planet Earth
Posts: 2,803
Likes: 2 (1 Post)
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by oneup View Post
That's passive RFID, which is quite old. The new RFID technology, where everyone is talking about, is active RFID. It contains it's own battery and constantly transmits it's signal every 1.5 seconds.
10 years ago on David Icke's website somewhere in his files there was an article about this and it mentioned that actually the battery of the microchip would be made of LITHIUM. I remeMber thinking that this could also be dangerous becasue if an individual would become unwanted, he/she could be killed by destroying the microchip with a beam that would make the battery expolde inside the body poisoning the person. i am not sure we can find the article in the files anymore, but also it seem that the technology that they have today is not needing anymore any batteries, because the microchip is actually so tiny (FORGET THE RICE GRAIN SIZE CHIP), THAT IT MEASURES 0.4X0.4MM !!!!!
http://www.wiseupjournal.com/?p=1140
"People who are still trying to catch up from the 250k floppy disk of the 90’s to remote wireless information transfer will struggle to comprehend technology now being introduced in to the public arena. Six years ago Hitachi introduced an RFID chip with embedded antenna only half a millimeter in size called the µ-Chip which are now on the shelves attached to products we buy to track their delivery to the stores, but they don’t remove them once they have arrived. The Hitachi website article from 2003 said it “features an internal antenna, enabling chips to employ the energy of incoming electrical waves to wirelessly transmit”. “The 0.4mm X 0.4mm chip can thus operate entirely on its own”.

Last edited by cleopatraxxx; 30-10-2009 at 06:54 PM.
cleopatraxxx is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 31-10-2009, 02:37 PM   #33
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Arrow

RFID Tags Evolved from Supply Chain to Item Level Tracking
Next Step: Chips that give information to consumers, experts say


FAYETTEVILLE — Radio frequency identification has evolved in the past six years from a way to track pallets of items through the supply chain to chips that can tell Dillard's to restock the red Ed Hardy shirts in medium.

Item-level RFID tags are possible now because the tags have decreased in price — from about $1.25 several years ago to a dime each now.

That was the talk at an item-level RFID conference held Tuesday and Wednesday at the Reynolds Center for Enterprise Excellence at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.

University staff have an RFID lab where they test various types of tags, on items from shipping containers to clothing to jewelry.

"We spent a lot of time in the lab at the item level, a lot on apparel and footwear," said Bill Hardgrave, executive director of the university's RFID Research Center. "People suspected it worked but they were still playing around with it."

His research, funded by Little Rock-based Dillard's Inc. and Cincinatti, Ohio-based Procter & Gamble, showed item level tagging works.
*

Hardgrave said it can lift sales figures by 2 percent to 15 percent by controlling inventory, reducing theft and reducing time spent on inventory.

Hardgrave wrote a paper in April summarizing his research with Dillard's.

"The amount of product a retailer thinks they have on hand is usually wrong," as previous studies indicated inventories can be off by 51 percent, the paper said.

Hardgrave investigated inventory accuracy in four Dillard's in a major metropolitan area with an audit firm conducting physical inventory counts twice weekly in two departments. The study included 1,100 to 2,000 items with RFID tags and tag readers installed in stores.

The Dillard's inventory accuracy improved by 4 percent after using RFID, Hardgrave's report stated. A store that didn't use RFID and conducted new inventories had accuracy decline by 13 percent, the report stated.

RFID item tags also can reduce shrink, that is, stolen merchandise, said Patrick Javick, director of industry level development for GS1US. The item tags must be able to activate and deactivate quickly, and can tell if something left the store without payment, what the item was or if multiple items left, Javick said.

As RFID evolved, the next step is using RFID chips to tell customers information about products.

"In an Asian market, it is really important to know where fish are from and that it was fresh that day," said Matthew Jones with Newport Digital Technologies, based in Newport Beach, Calif. Jones works from a Bentonville office.

A firm uses RFID tags on fish packages. Customers can hold the packages up to RFID readers in markets and find out on which farm the fish were raised, what day they were harvested and killed, the route they took to market and what the farmer fed them, Jones said.

That's possible as RFID tags, like other technologies, improve each year and their costs decrease, Jones said. RFID tags cost as low as 7 cents for a high-volume purchase of tags.

"In a couple of years, I see a 4-cent tag," Jones said.

Customers worried that others can use RFID readers to spy on their purchases needn't worry, said Ted McCaffrey, business development manager for security firm ADT.

He likens an RFID tag to a vehicle license plate. A reader will show the encoded information as a series of numbers on the RFID tag.

But without the secure database to tell the reader what those numbers mean — the color, size and price of an item and date of purchase, for example — the series of numbers means nothing, McCaffrey said.

http://www.nwaonline.net/articles/20...909busrfid.txt
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 31-10-2009, 09:16 PM   #34
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

Britons 'could be microchipped like dogs in a decade'


Human beings may be forced to be 'microchipped' like pet dogs, a shocking official report into the rise of the Big Brother state has warned.

The microchips - which are implanted under the skin - allow the wearer's movements to be tracked and store personal information about them.

They could be used by companies who want to keep tabs on an employee's movements or by Governments who want a foolproof way of identifying their citizens - and storing information about them.

The prospect of 'chip-citizens' - with its terrifying echoes of George Orwell's 'Big Brother' police state in the book 1984 - was raised in an official report for Britain's Information Commissioner Richard Thomas into the spread of surveillance technology.

The report, drawn up by a team of respected academics, claims that Britain is a world-leader in the use of surveillance technology and its citizens the most spied-upon in the free world.

It paints a frightening picture of what Britain might be like in ten years time unless steps are taken to regulate the use of CCTV and other spy technologies.

The reports editors Dr David Murakami Wood, managing editor of the journal Surveillance and Society and Dr Kirstie Ball, an Open University lecturer in Organisation Studies, claim that by 2016 our almost every movement, purchase and communication could be monitored by a complex network of interlinking surveillance technologies.

The most contentious prediction is the spread in the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology.

The RFID chips - which can be detected and read by radio waves - are already used in new UK passports and are also used the Oyster card system to access the London Transport network.

For the past six years European countries have been using RFID chips to identify pet animals.

Already used in America

However, its use in humans has already been trialled in America, where the chips were implanted in 70 mentally-ill elderly people in order to track their movements.

And earlier this year a security company in Ohio chipped two of its employees to allow them to enter a secure area. The glass-encased chips were planted in the recipients' upper right arms and 'read' by a device similar to a credit card reader.

In their Report on the Surveillance Society, the authors now warn: "The call for everyone to be implanted is now being seriously debated."

The authors also highlight the Government's huge enthusiasm for CCTV, pointing out that during the 1990s the Home Office spent 78 per cent of its crime prevention budget - a total of £500 million - on installing the cameras.

There are now 4.2 million CCTV cameras in Britain and the average Briton is caught on camera an astonishing 300 times every day.

This huge enthusiasm comes despite official Home Office statistics showing that CCTV cameras have 'little effect on crime levels'.

They write: "The surveillance society has come about us without us realising", adding: "Some of it is essential for providing the services we need: health, benefits, education. Some of it is more questionable. Some of it may be unjustified, intrusive and oppressive."

Yesterday Information Commissioner Richard Thomas, whose office is investigating the Post Office, HSBC, NatWest and the Royal Bank of Scotland over claims they dumped sensitive customer details in the street, said: "Many of these schemes are public sector driven, and the individual has no choice over whether or not to take part."

"People are being scrutinised and having their lives tracked, and are not even aware of it."

He has also voiced his concern about the consequences of companies, or Government agencies, building up too much personal information about someone.

He said: "It can stigmatise people. I have worries about technology being used to identify classes of people who present some kind of risk to society. And I think there are real anxieties about that."

Yesterday a spokesman for civil liberties campaigners Liberty said: "We have got nothing about these surveillance technologies in themselves, but it is their potential uses about which there are legitimate fears. Unless their uses are regulated properly, people really could find themselves living in a surveillance society.

"There is a rather scary underlying feeling that people may worry that these microchips are less about being a human being than becoming a barcoded product."

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/a...in-a-decade.do
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 31-10-2009, 11:19 PM   #35
cleopatraxxx
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: for now... in 3D: Planet Earth
Posts: 2,803
Likes: 2 (1 Post)
Default

this is one of the comments left after the article:
"This article should make bigger headlines but it probably won't. Of all the technologies at our disposal, this one poses the greatest threat to freedom and personal liberty.

As an RF engineer I have played with these little gismos and the things you can do with them are phenomonal. For example, the same technology is used to code buried cables 35 feet in the ground that can be read by a receiver on the ground.

I also have seen them be used on dogs where the dog itself could be scanned and the data it carried could be downloaded from over 50 feet away.

So regardless of the claims that these little devices are "short range" and do not provide a big security threat to the individual who has one implanted in them, with the right equipment they can be read from much greater distances than the companies advertise and, to me, have a great potential of abuse.

Most of the cards already implanted with RFID chips in them contain 32 to 64 kilobytes of information. A lot of personal data can be easily stored and downloaded from a 64 K chip without the persons knowledge.

And we are worried about the government monitoring our phone calls to nab suspected terrorists? Does anyone else but me see the potential problem here?

- Dave Hardesty, Tracy USA"
cleopatraxxx is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 31-10-2009, 11:27 PM   #36
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by cleopatraxxx View Post
this is one of the comments left after the article:
"This article should make bigger headlines but it probably won't. Of all the technologies at our disposal, this one poses the greatest threat to freedom and personal liberty.

As an RF engineer I have played with these little gismos and the things you can do with them are phenomonal. For example, the same technology is used to code buried cables 35 feet in the ground that can be read by a receiver on the ground.

I also have seen them be used on dogs where the dog itself could be scanned and the data it carried could be downloaded from over 50 feet away.

So regardless of the claims that these little devices are "short range" and do not provide a big security threat to the individual who has one implanted in them, with the right equipment they can be read from much greater distances than the companies advertise and, to me, have a great potential of abuse.

Most of the cards already implanted with RFID chips in them contain 32 to 64 kilobytes of information. A lot of personal data can be easily stored and downloaded from a 64 K chip without the persons knowledge.

And we are worried about the government monitoring our phone calls to nab suspected terrorists? Does anyone else but me see the potential problem here?

- Dave Hardesty, Tracy USA"
yep there's a great danger of abuse with these chips and the expansion of the technology is moving at a fast pace..

i just hope people will see through the propaganda of selling these to us!
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-11-2009, 09:42 AM   #37
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

Newport Digital Technologies to Implement Microsoft Licensing Agreement; Prepares to Launch First Ruggedized RFID Reader with the Windows Mobile Opera


N37B Ruggedized Handheld Computing Device Nearing Certification for Major Telecom Company; Company Targets Ingram Micro as First Major Sales Channel Partner

(Vocus) October 30, 2009 -- Newport Digital Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: NPDT), a technology solutions driven company focused on rapidly emerging businesses in the wireless technology space, announced today that it has implemented the licensing agreement with Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) to develop applications for its Windows Mobile platform. The Company has also progressed with their distribution agreement previously announced with Ingram Micro, Inc. (NYSE: IM), which will serve as its initial primary sales channel partner.

Newport Digital Technologies, Inc. (NPDT), in conjunction with leading Taiwan based R&D technology incubators, the Institute for Information Industry (III) and the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), is commercializing a number of leading edge Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technologies. The first product is the N37B Ruggedized Handheld RFID reader and computing device that was unveiled this week at the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Solutions Association (VICS) conference hosted by the University of Arkansas RFID Research Center. NPDT is a named sponsor of this research center at the Sam Walton College of Business. The N37B will also offer two more complementary integrated options that includes 3G connection module and location and navigation based GPS. The 3G option will enable the handheld to have data connectivity anywhere a cellular connection is available making for a “connect anywhere” scenario for RFID business applications. The GPS option will allow for the N37B to not only collect RFID data from item level inventory but to pinpoint and report the location of the inventory scanned by the RFID reader. This greatly enhances and expands the applications that can be offered from Independent Software Vendors (ISVs).

“We are thrilled to be approaching final certification of this RFID reader for use on a major telecom’s wireless network,” said NPDT CEO Gary DeMel. “We are also excited by the response of the RFID industry at the VICS conference to the total RFID solution NPDT demonstrated at the VICS conference. The N37B, which will run on Microsoft’s Mobile Computing Platform, has wide application in RFID market. NPDT will offer this device along with a comprehensive line of mobile computing products and solutions targeting RFID field applications for asset tracking, inventory management and point-of-sale for various B2B markets.”

NPDT's planned RFID product suite includes: Electronic Product Code (EPC) Global certification laboratories, ruggedized, military/commercial-grade RFID enabled, mobile handheld tablet computers, RFID forklifts, POS kiosks, POS Checkout, EAS readers, USB readers and RFID tags. Utilizing the Microsoft Windows Mobile operating system, NDPT will further extend the features and capabilities of its products.

"Newport Digital Technologies has developed truly innovative RFID technologies and we are thrilled to work with them to bring these technologies and applications to the Windows Mobile platform," said Daren Mancini, General Manager in the Windows Mobile Sales division at Microsoft.

"We are very excited to work with Microsoft's technology and business teams to develop the next generation of RFID computing devices by utilizing Windows Mobile with customized application suites," commented Gary DeMel, CEO. "Microsoft, which provides software and hardware products and solutions worldwide, is one of the world's premier companies and we are looking forward to partnering with them through a successful licensing agreement. This agreement may prove to be the springboard that launches Newport Digital into becoming a recognized name in the wireless space. We are proud to be a company with technology that Microsoft believes in."

“At the VICs Conference NPDT was presented as sponsor alongside Motorola, Impinj, Avery Dennison, and ADT; all leaders in the RFID industry today,” said NPDT CTO and COO Weiling Tsao. “The NPDT demonstration booth, in our opinion, was by far the most elaborate, and the only one having live RFID demo’s. NPDT is not interested in just selling a single device or product; our focus is to deliver a total end-to-end RFID solution. Using the Microsoft Operating System enables us to accommodate almost nearly all of our potential customer base. We look forward to providing more guidance to our shareholders and clients as we further develop our RFID solutions.”

About Newport Digital Technologies, Inc.

Newport Digital Technologies, Inc. is a technology solutions driven company organized to focus on serving five of the fastest-emerging businesses in the technology space -- RFID (radio-frequency identification), WiMax, eLearning, Digital Signage & LED Lighting and Security & Surveillance solutions. NPDT develops and delivers these technology solutions through strategic collaborations with global partners, including Taiwan Industry and Taiwan's premier technology R&D incubators -- the Institute for Information Industry (III) www.iii.org.tw/english and the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) www.itri.org.tw/eng. NPDT will customize these technology solutions and market them through Fortune 1000 channel partners and systems integrators on a worldwide basis. www.newportdt.com

Safe Harbor: This press release contains certain forward-looking statements with respect to NPDT and its business. Statements that are not historical facts are identified as "forward-looking statements." The words "estimate," "project," "intend," "expect," "believe," "plan," and similar expressions, particularly when used in the "future tense," are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this release. Information on potential risk factors that could affect the Company's business plans and financial results can be found in the Company's reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Company assumes no obligation to update or supplement forward-looking statements that become untrue because of subsequent events.

Newport Digital Technologies, Inc has its headquarters located in Newport Beach, California, and branch offices Taiwan, Australia and Japan.

###

Newport Digital Technologies, Inc.
Paul Knopick
949-707-5365
E-mail Information
Trackback URL: http://prweb.com/pingpr.php/WmV0YS1a...NvdXAtWmVybw==

http://www.newsnow.co.uk/h/?search=r...rchheadlines=1
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-11-2009, 10:33 AM   #38
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default



IBM Builds ‘Bar Code Reader’ for DNA

IBM Builds ‘Bar Code Reader’ for DNA
Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Jeremy A. Kaplan



Imagine a world where medicine is guaranteed not to cause adverse reactions because it’s designed for an individual’s DNA.

Imagine a diet tailored to the precise speed of a person’s metabolism. Using a little microelectronics, a little physics, and no small dose of biology, IBM has brought that futuristic world a little bit closer.

The DNA Transistor is a project from IBM Research that aims to advance personalized medicine, by making it simpler (and much cheaper) to read an individual’s unique DNA sequence — the special combination of proteins that makes you unlike anyone else.
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Introduction

International Business Machines Corporation, abbreviated IBM and nicknamed "Big Blue" (for its official corporate color), is a multinational computer technology and IT consulting corporation headquartered in Armonk, New York, United States. The company is one of the few information technology companies with a continuous history dating back to the 19th century. IBmamanufactures and sells computer hardware and software (with a focus on the latter), and offers infrastructure services, hosting services, and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology.[2]

IBM has been well known through most of its recent history as one of the world's largest computer companies and systems integrators.[3] With over 388,000 employees worldwide, IBM is one of the largest and most profitable information technology employers in the world. IBM holds more patents than any other U.S. based technology company and has eight research laboratories worldwide.[4] The company has scientists, engineers, consultants, and sales professionals in over 170 countries.[5] IBM employees have earned Five Nobel Prizes, four Turing Awards, five National Medals of Technology, and five National Medals of Science.[6]

1935 – SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION - During the Great Depression, IBM keeps its factories producing new machines even while demand is slack. When Congress passes the Social Security Act in 1935, IBM - with its overstocked invtory - i isonsnsequently perfectly positioned to win the landmark government conact, wich is s called "the biggest accounting operation of all time



Black emphasizes, as he no doubt must to avoid litigation, that the Holocaust would have happened with or without IBM and its Hollerith machines. Nevertheless, the purpose of the book is clearly not just to document, in often excruciating detail, IBM's role in the Fuhrer's plan to rid Eope of J Jews, but to suggest that it was by means of the Holleriths that the Nas were ablble to organize in order to annihilate millions. IBM, which now markets itself as "The Solutions Company," was willing and able to provide technological solutions to the Third Reich's Jewish problem: "When Germany wanted to identify Jews by name, IBM showed them how. When Germany wanted to use that information to launch programs of social expulsion and expropriation, IBM provided the technologic wherewitha When the t trains needed to run on time, from city to city or between concentration camps, IBM offered that solution as well. Ultimately, there was no solution IBM would not devise for a Reich willing to pay for services rendered." But machine-like efficiency was only part of the equation; IBM punch card technology also played the important role of making the mass extermination of human beings something that could be contemplated through scientific eyes, something that could be dispassionately documented and analyzed by Nazi raceologists and populion experts.s. (During the war years, statistical publications in the Third Reich would feature such detailed data as Jewish population per square metre, with sliding projections of decrease resulting from forced labour and starvation.) And so the Hollerith codes, compilations, and rapid sorts became the tools and techniques of genocide.



The first reported experiment with an RFID implant was carried out in 1998 by the British scientist Kevin Warwick [1]. As a test, his implant was used to open doors, switch on lights, and cause verbal output within a building. The implant has since been held in the Science Museum (London).



RFID tags vary in shape and size and are either active or passive. Active RFID tags like VeriChip's Infant or Asset Tag a powered b by an internal battery and are commonly read/write, which allows the tag's data to be modified or rewritten. The memory size of an active tag varies depending on the application requirements. Passive RFID tags like our patented implantable microchip, on the other hand, are not powered by a battery, but instead rely on power generated by the reader.

The read range for active tags ranges from a few inches to over a hundred feet. The read range for passive tags ranges from one to ten feet.


Know Thy Enemy people.. IBM are one of OUR biggest enemys..
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz

Last edited by wakeup2nwo; 01-11-2009 at 10:38 AM.
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-11-2009, 01:18 PM   #39
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Default

Learn How Your Company Can Benefit From RFID
Watch this video for an inside look at
RFID Journal LIVE! 2010

Watch the video here http://www.rfidjournal.com/article/articleview/249/1/1/

RFID Journal LIVE! is the most important RFID event in the world. It's where companies come to learn how others are using the technology to cut costs and improve the way they do business.

"Sponsoring RFID Journal LIVE! 2009 has been, by far, the most effective spending we've done on marketing. We've gotten more new and immediate business opportunities-even getting deals on the show floor-than at any other industry conference where we've exhibited."
—Diana Hage, CEO, RFID Global Solution, Inc.

"When we were planning for RFID Journal LIVE! this year, because of the recession, we prepared ourselves for low attendance. But it turns out we got more leads at LIVE! than we did at HIMSS, two weeks earlier. HIMSS (health care IT) is a much larger show—with 800 exhibitors and 40,000 attendees. At RFID Journal LIVE!, the traffic was heavy, and visitors were doing some serious shopping."
—Judson Vaughn, Marketing Manager, Ekahau, Inc.

"Congratulations on a fantastic conference. I and my colleague found it a valuable learning experience and a great opportunity to engage RFID vendors."
—Russ Havlak, Lockheed Martin

"I was very pleased to see all of the exciting examples of what you can do with RFID. Everything was very professionally organized. It was worth the trip over the ocean!"
—Thomas Beckman, Head of Supply Chain, Charles Vőgele Group

"Thanks for all of your hard work in putting together such an impressive event. I'm honored to have been a part of your masterpiece."
—Charlie Fletcher, Director of Logistics Command and Control, The Boeing Co.

"We held a co-located workshop at the event. The facilities were perfect, and the audience was larger than expected and HIGHLY focused on the topic. The team is very pleased, and we look forward to working on future events with you."
—Jim Del Rossi, ADR Advisors Incorporated

"I congratulate you on putting on a really good show. It was worth every penny!"
—Robert J. Charles, GenuTech, Inc.

"I enjoyed the learning atmosphere that was created at the event, giving me more confidence on the knowledge that I have about RFID. The CompTIA RFID+ training course helped me concentrate on the things that matter. And the event's seminars and exhibits helped to cement my ideas about RFID, and opened the door to be a subject-matter expert on the field."
—Julio C. Valencia, MBA, RFID+ Trading 4 Valencia, Inc.

"The show was phenomenal for us, and we are already looking forward to next year—with an even bigger booth!"
—Houston Klassen, Intelligent InSites

"In light of the economic climate, you and your team really knocked it out of the park."
—John F Scott, ODIN Technologies

"Thanks for all of your (and your colleagues') hard work. The show was very nice—probably the best in the three years I've attended."
—David J Ferruzza, Seidenader Vision, Inc.

"Great turn-out! Only RFID Journal could pull off such a feat in such a troubled economy. The leads we got were excellent, and the energy was very encouraging!"
—Anthony Palermo, Director of Business Development, Academia RFID

"This is the third RFID Journal LIVE! event Cadbury has attended, and our team has found each conference to be more informative and valuable than the preceding ones. Truly, RFID Journal and the LIVE! events have played a major part in Cadbury's efforts to stay abreast of RFID advances and applications in the marketplace."
—David Sasdi, Director of Customer and Supply Chain Integration, Cadbury North America

"Supported by a diversity of case studies, end-user representatives, relevant lectures, and panels that focused on experiences with RFID (as opposed to hopes for it), this show provided more value to the end user than ever before, and from what I was hearing from the exhibitors … much higher quality leads."
—Drew Nathanson, VDC | Read the show report from VDC Research
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 02-11-2009, 05:04 PM   #40
wakeup2nwo
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bulgaria
Posts: 16,643
Likes: 57 (39 Posts)
Arrow

Carnaval Puts RFID Hangtags on Kids' Clothing

The Mexican designer of children's apparel will use the EPC Gen 2 tags to track garments as they arrive from the factory, as well as when they are inspected, stored and then shipped.
article tools

Nov. 2, 2009—Mexican children's fashion company Carnaval is launching an RFID system to track the items it distributes as they arrive from the factory, as well as when they are inspected, stored and then shipped to a retailer. The tags can also be tracked by Liverpool, a department-store chain that sells Carnaval's products at its 68 Mexican locations. Workers at Carnaval's third-party clothing factory are currently in the process of tagging approximately one million items as they are manufactured (the factory produces about 1 million garments each month). The company expects the RFID system will be ready to go live within the next few weeks, says Mauricio Cohen, Carnaval's business administrator.

Carnaval is the distributor of children's fashion in Mexico for such global brands as Disney Kids Apparel and Hello Kitty. It typically designs the clothing, sends those designs to third-party contractors that sew a prototype of that design, and sends the final order with the fabric to be used to another third-party contractor that sews the clothing. The clothing then returns to Carnaval to be inspected, stored and shipped to retailers.

the full story.... http://www.rfidjournal.com/article/a...view/5340/1/1/
__________________
"Its plain to see that the seeds from you and me, will be the ones that lead us towards unity, that's if we treat them right, must teach them right, raise your kids better than you was and see what it does" EDI - Outlawz
wakeup2nwo is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply

Bookmarks

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On

Forum Jump


All times are GMT. The time now is 10:51 AM.


Shoutbox provided by vBShout (Lite) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.