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Old 12-11-2009, 01:24 AM   #81
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VeriChip Corporation Completes Acquisition of Steel Vault Corporation

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Old 12-11-2009, 01:38 AM   #82
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Forgetful patients to be fitted with microchips to remind them to take their pills



By Ryan Kisiel
Last updated at 11:33 AM on 22nd September 2009

Patients will be fitted with a microchip in their shoulder to remind them to take their medicine, under a new scheme being developed by a drugs company.

Older people will be given pills containing a harmless microchip that sends a signal to the chip in the shoulder when the pill is taken.

But if the pill is not taken by the forgetful patient, the chip in the shoulder will then send a text to a carer or the patient to remind them.
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A microchip could let carers know if a forgetful patient has failed to take their medicine

Swiss pharmaceutical group Norvatis is developing the electronic pill that it hopes will reduce the number of patients who have to be supervised taking their medicine.

Joe Jiminez, head of pharmaceuticals at Novartis, said tests of the 'chip in the pill' to a shoulder receiver chip had been carried out on 20 patients.

The experiment with a drug that lowers blood pressure had increased the amount of times patients had taken their medicine on time from 30 per cent to 80 per cent in six months.

Drug companies are keen to improve 'compliance' rates among patients as most end up not taking their correct dosages because of unpleasant side effects or a failure to gain symptoms quickly.

Medical companies hope it will reduce the number of hospitalisations from patients whose conditions have deteriorated from not taking their drugs.

Mr Jiminez said: 'This industry is starting to explode.' He added that his company would have to work closely with medical watchdogs and doctors.

Rival drug company Pfizer recently developed an automated system to telephone patients to encourage them to take their medicine.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...#ixzz0WMWdRDPl
COMBINING ELECTROMAGNETISM THAT IS ABLE TO CONTROL THE MIND, sorry caps lock, with the exact location through the RFID of the "forgetfull" patient, the excuse to their "Natural" or "accidental" death is indeed very usefull and desirable as an experimental point of view on how this can be used on humans.

the suggestion that this article implies on us is that basically, there will be no need to be near an old sick mom or dad, or unlce or simply a neighbour to remind them of their pills and who knows what else they want to use as an excuse. they are indirectly telling us that there is a fabulous alternative for that, their f*cking RFID!!!!
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Charles de Gaulle to deploy RFID to track bags and goods

http://www.passengerterminaltoday.co...p?NewsID=17602

Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport is to be equipped with RFID to help it monitor its logistic operations. Hub télécom and TIBCO will work together to design the universal platform to collect and process RFID data.

The new technology can trace luggage by networking and reading all terminal gates and RFID tunnels at the sorting luggage zones and tarmac.

Hub télécom is a provider of airport telecommunications solutions; TIBCO is a business-integration and process-management software company.

12 November 2009
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COMBINING ELECTROMAGNETISM THAT IS ABLE TO CONTROL THE MIND, sorry caps lock, with the exact location through the RFID of the "forgetfull" patient, the excuse to their "Natural" or "accidental" death is indeed very usefull and desirable as an experimental point of view on how this can be used on humans.

the suggestion that this article implies on us is that basically, there will be no need to be near an old sick mom or dad, or unlce or simply a neighbour to remind them of their pills and who knows what else they want to use as an excuse. they are indirectly telling us that there is a fabulous alternative for that, their f*cking RFID!!!!

yep, they'll chip the old and ill, then BLAM, all of a sudden we all need them for some kind of solution they come up with for some kind of problem they made themselves... sickening and ill never ever take the chip so i guess if we dont stand together before its too late, we all fall alone!
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Rhode Island Governor Vetoes Restrictions on RFID

http://www.rfidjournal.com/article/a...view/5377/1/1/

Senate Bill 211 would have prohibited the technology's use to track the locations of students in the state's schools, while also limiting the way in which information from vehicle RFID programs, such as toll collection, is used.
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Nov. 12, 2009—Rhode Island's governor, Donald Carcieri (R), has vetoed the latest effort by the state's legislature to pass a bill limiting how RFID technology would be employed to track students at schools and school functions, as well as vehicles as they are tracked by E-ZPass or other toll-collection systems. With his veto of Senate Bill 211 (S. 211) on Monday, Carcieri stated that local school and community officials should be allowed to decide if they need to use RFID to track students. He cited the potential for weather-related natural disasters, terrorist attacks or crimes that might prompt a school district to want to do so.

This is the third time the governor has vetoed a bill from the state's general assembly that would restrict the use of RFID technology. He vetoed a similar bill in 2006, then again in July 2008—in the latter case, arguing that the bill went too far by not allowing school districts or communities to make their own decisions related to the use of RFID. Carcieri also referred to the shooting incidents at Columbine High School and Virginia Tech, which he said illustrated that schools face safety issues and should be permitted to respond to these concerns with RFID, if they so choose.

Several Rhode Island senators cited RFID's value for tracking students with special needs, noting that kids prone to wandering were sometimes tracked with the technology. In response to that concern, the language in the most recent bill was modified to exclude special-needs students from the restrictions. In a message to the state's legislators, Carcieri explained the reasons for his veto, stating, "S 211, as amended, recognizes the potential value of RFID for students with special needs. Why would the General Assembly therefore place restrictions on the use of this technology as an option for all students?"

State senator Frank Ciccone (D) introduced S. 211 in February 2009 with the modifications intended to address all of the governor's concerns regarding the previous bills. Those concerns focused on the prior bills being too general and thus creating too many restrictions on RFID's use. For example, the 2006 bill included language prohibiting the state or local government from tracking people with RFID, but Carcieri stated in his veto that the restrictions could make it impossible for such activities as tracking tools or other items on a construction site. For that reason, Ciccone says, S. 211 addresses only the monitoring of students, and allows for the tracking of equipment or vehicles being used by state or local employees.

The bill also addressed the use of RFID for toll collection. In December 2008, the state of Rhode Island began utilizing the E-ZPass toll-collection system (also in place throughout much of northeastern United States), whereby vehicles are fitted with active RFID transponders made by Mark IV Industries. The bill would have required that personally identifiable information related to individuals' toll collections not be used for purposes other than toll collection (such as tracking a person's movements based on the tolls he or she paid), and would require a court order for use by law enforcement. Carcieri did not address the vehicle-tracking portion of the bill in his veto, and his office did not respond to phone calls requesting comment.

The state's efforts to restrict the use of RFID in schools began approximately five years ago, with recommendations to legislators by the Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in response to similar legislative issues being discussed in California. In 2005, Brittan Elementary School, in Sutter, Calif., launched a program requiring students to wear RFID tags in the school itself (link http://www.rfidjournal.com/article/articleview/1408/ RFID Takes Attendance—and Heat>), but the district dropped the program after an outcry from the public and parents. In 2007, in response to that program, the California Senate attempted to pass a bill restricting RFID's use in schools, but failed to earn sufficient votes in the state's legislature. A subsequent version of the bill passed the senate and house, but was then rejected by the governor (see Schwarzenegger Signs Anti-Skimming RFID Measure But Vetoes Bill on School IDs).
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Nano Chip at the Tip of the Needle

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Date: Thursday, September 3, 2009, 10:15 AM

Please forward this information. The original was in German and has been translated.

Here is the original link: http://welt-blog.ch/chip-sitzt-in-der-spritzen-spitze/



This Hitachi chip is from 2003. Since then the chips have become even smaller. The antennas have been improved and the storage capacity has increased a lot.

http://theflucase.com/index.php?opti...ang=de#josc724

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The Chip is at the Tip of the Needle

By Dr Ryke Geerd Hamer (New GermanMedicine)

Yesterday, 27 August 2009, I was giving an introductory talk about German New Medicine (GNM) near Vienna, Austria. My wife was with me and about 40 listeners. At the end as part of the discussion the swine flu was mentioned and a lady got up and declared the following:

A friend of hers works for a pharmaceutical company in Vienna and told her that the swine flu injection needles indeed contain nano particles in their very tip, which cannot be detected with the naked eye but are clearly visible with as little as a 12 times magnifying microscope like children’s toy microscopes. The staff of the pharmaceutical company was advised that these nano particles work in the human body like a motherboard in the computer and lots of data can be stored on it, which will make cash cards obsolete. This measure was also intended to do an accurate census and to protect babies, as many mothers would simply “discard” their newborn, without knowledge of the authorities.

This lady further disclosed that she was working in the medical field. She had asked a lawyer who came to her as a patient, how it was possible to avoid being chipped. He told her that he was aware of the planned chipping of the population; in fact most upper class members of society were aware of this plan. For this year no forced vaccinations were planned but to rather encourage people through the media to volunteer for the jab.

In case too few would come forward, forced vaccination was planned for next year. Exempt from those were certain professional groups like the police, medical personal, politicians etc. Being a lawyer, he knew ways for himself to avoid the jab, but for the majority of the population there was no escape.

Interview with Dr Gert Hamer (GNM) by Helmut Pilhar (Engineer) ,

Wednesday, 26. August 2009

Hamer: Within a few days our worst fears were indeed superseded by this cruel reality.

Pilhar: Geerd, are you talking about the $1000 fine and 30 day arrest threats for refusal to take the vaccination in the US? http://thebirdflupandemic.com/archiv...-massachusetts

Hamer: Yes, but the objectors (death chip opposers are traitors) are not going to be put into normal prisons but in especially prepared concentration camps of which hundreds have been prepared all over the country http://info.kopp-verlag.de/news/amer...atzbereit.html . And you can leave those only by getting chipped. And once you are outside it is open season through the death chip. By chance these people are then going to drop dead like flies after their release.

Pilhar: Are you talking about the beginning of the great population cull?

Hamer: It can only mean that. Otherwise it does not make any sense to get the military and the police involved, threaten with such draconian penalties, all just to get the people to participate in a simple seasonal flu shot campaign. It just does not make any other sense. Apart from the fact that there cannot even be a vaccination like that. You vaccinate in October (northern autumn) for the next summer. That is totally laughable. With Tamiflu you can maybe suppress typical healing phase symptoms for 2-3 weeks and even that is totally brainless in the light of GNM.

Pilhar: It is noteworthy that in the US there are literally many 100,000plastic coffins stock piled What for? And apart from that the population has been systematically stripped of weapons and protective dogs.

Hamer: You can best understand what the intent is by what is NOT talked about. One may talk about the vaccination, but nobody mentions the chip implanting by name. That is really strange because the chipping is the obvious issue in the face of these massive governmental measures. And that the Hitachi chip works and can be combined with the death chip we already talked about during the last interview.

The same can be seen in how my GNM ( German New Medicine) fared. For 28 years one was only allowed to discuss Hamer, the “Unperson”, but not whether GNM actually works and whether its claims are repeatable, and can be proven to work, in spite of 30 verified published results. The same applies to Tamuflu! There are endless discussions about Tamiflu causing harm but none about the chip. Of course Tamiflu is harmful, it is a poison. It is also very damaging in the healing process or in the vagotonic phase of a pregnancy (last trimester). But the death chip adds a whole new dimension. That this death chip is going to be used without concern can be seen in the fact that chemo and morphine have been used without concern in spite of final mortality rates of 98%, while 98% could have survived with GNM. Imagine the unscrupulousness of all oncologists, as they are fully aware that GNM adds up from a scientific perspective and works

Pilhar: It is also very strange that the Americans have created this Marshall Law, under which critics can be easily removed by the thousands and millions. And once you have chipped the people they cannot run away from you anymore.

Hamer: It is obvious that this chip battle has been under preparation for many years. The idiotic swine flu, that does not even really exist, was actually the wrong tool: 3 dead pigs and one child, dead from who knows what, with that they lied and constructed a worldwide pandemic into existence. But it goes to show what a well organised world press is able to achieve: They can turn a mole hill into a mountain.

Pilhar: It started with the AIDS lie, then followed the BSE lie. After the 9/11 lie followed the Anthrax lie. Then it was the Bird Flu lie, now it is the Swine Flu lie. Next year we’ll have the Mice Flu lie. It all points to the “Endloesung”, the final solution. When everybody has a chip then that will constitute the complete slavery, then everybody can be manipulated and assassinated arbitrarily.

Hamer: First they jump on the babies and the pregnant women. They are first to be treated with chips and Tamiflu. Many of the pregnant women in their last trimester are going to lose their babies, because Tamiflu is totally toxic. But also the women themselves can die, as their bodies are vagotonic during the last trimester. It is a known fact that during vagotonia one flu shot or one morphine injection can be deadly.

In the meantime there seems to be some panic in the US. Where in the world can you flee to, people are asking themselves, where will you not be forcibly injected with the death chip and have one free moment away from your enemies?

One has to consider realistically what it would be like to carry this death chip and know that any day you can simply be switched off by the Centre in Tel Aviv. You are completely defenceless against that and complaining won’t do you any good: “If I only had known...” Therefore it is really important for the ruling class to keep the people in the dark about it as long as possible.

Once the slaves have the death chip implanted they are allowed to know about it. Then they will be like trained poodles. Nobody will dare to speak up. It will be like among the Masonic brethren. Everybody knows that the moment he utters a word of dissent, he will be served poison in the coffee by the always Jewish Grand Master and won’t survive another day. The whole world is going to be a concentration camp full of slaves, except for the members of one religious group. To have the death chip implanted is the potential personal death sentence at any given time.

How naive do you have to be to demand of Mossad and the CIA to disclose what their real intentions are, “to table the facts”? The mouse never believes the cat will come.

In a company with several hundred staff, which produces, or better fills the injection needles for the chip vaccination, it will only need one or two “reliable” people to insert the chip at the end. Then all the other workers can confirm that they knew nothing. This is called “quality control” and “final check” and appears completely normal.

Strange is too that every single chip vaccination needle has its own individual code number, which is added to the ID number. Why else would the silly “summer flu shot” needle have its own individual number and why should the passport accompany the supposed flu vaccination? And why do the Americans not want to let anybody into the country who does not have a chip?

Pilhar: The „Club of Rome“ declared in the 70s in one of their publications (possibly in Mankind at the Turning Point ) in effect that either the birth rate would have to be reduced or the death rate increased. The Max Planck Institute believes that the world population must be reduced to 2 billion people. In the US there is the so called “American Stonehenge”, http://www.igeawagu.com/news/corruption/1199237261.html a message engraved in 100 ton granite blocks, that the world population has to be reduced to 500 million people, to reach an “Era of Reason”.

When you look at the supposed issue of "overpopulation" it is interesting to note that apparently the State of Texas alone could feed all 6 billion people. If one piled those 6 billion bodies with an average weight of 80kg and a volume of 80 liters on top and side by side of each other in a cube shape, the sides of this cube would be only 800 meters long. In Austria we could hide such a cube in the next valley.

I don’t believe in the so called “overpopulation” but rather suppose that the globalisation fanatics don’t need 6 billion work slaves and therefore want to reduce the population to one tenth.

Hamer: Helmut, you were right when you said during our last interview on 13 August 2009: „Once they have accomplished that, they have won.“ Therefore the German New Medicine had to be suppressed, because if this awareness and knowledge had been common place they could not have done it. “Lewwer duad üs Slaav!“ Rather dead than slave! (from Pidder Lueng, by Detler von Liliencron).

Cheers to the GNM, the New Biological Medicine and a world view of freedom and truth for us all.

Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer ………………………………………… ………………….

Ing. Helmut Pilhar ………………………………………… …………………
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very very bad news indeed how long do you give it until there ordering us all to be chipped? ide say around 5 - 8 years, maybe sooner depending on what stunts they pull.. i can perhaps see ww3 being a good opportunity for them to introduce the implant... what do you think?
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very very bad news indeed how long do you give it until there ordering us all to be chipped? ide say around 5 - 8 years, maybe sooner depending on what stunts they pull.. i can perhaps see ww3 being a good opportunity for them to introduce the implant... what do you think?
Huge (un)natural disasters masqueraded around 2012 and the end of days I reckon. Under 2 years before it kicks in bruv!!!!!!!

They will be blowing the dust sheets off HARRP soon
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Huge (un)natural disasters masqueraded around 2012 and the end of days I reckon. Under 2 years before it kicks in bruv!!!!!!!

They will be blowing the dust sheets off HARRP soon
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with compulsory vaccinations coming next year (note, we are in middle of November already) where the nanochiops sit on the tipo of the needle and have each vaccine a barcode in that chio will be forced into you and a passport reuired too! what do you think that is for? :-( bad. so i think without natural disasters the vaccination itself and then concetration camps will be when they wil microchip us. so the harvest will begin next year i think.... :-( 2010
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is this the first RFID "tags" for kids?


[November 16, 2009]

Athens Hospital Keeps Infants Safe with TotGuard™ Active RFID System



(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Care comes first for Georgia Hospital in selecting Convergint/GuardRFID active RFID tags to protect newborns and infants. The TotGuard� system was chosen for its baby-friendly active tag attachment and reliable IP based RFID technology.
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Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) November 14, 2009 -- Convergint Technologies and Guard RFID Solutions Inc. jointly announced today that its TotGuard Infant Protection solution is now well past its first anniversary, protecting infants in the state-of-the-art Women�s Service Centre at the Athens Regional Medical Center in Athens, Georgia, USA.

�When Athens Regional Medical Centre wanted to migrate to a new active RFID Infant Security solution in 2008, the choice was obvious,� says Ken LaChance, Convergint�s Vice President of Business Development, �GuardRFID�s TotGuard� is a state-of-the-art solution that is a true IP-based infant tracking system, using existing Ethernet networks, so the system can be accessed across the whole facility as well as remotely for monitoring and maintenance services. This was our first installation using the TotGuard� solution, so we conducted a thorough site analysis before we proposed the system. As an Integrator we are well satisfied with our choice to install TotGuard� because it was easy to install, it has performed very well and we have a very satisfied customer as a result.� Sherry Schacke, Director of the Mother Baby Unit at Athens responded, �As a leading provider of post partum care, we use not only the most comfortable infant security for our Moms and Tots, but also the most active rfid system." Schacke explained that Athens Regional�s Women�s Center strives to provide family centered care in its Labor and Delivery and Mother-Baby Unit, so the unobtrusive, supple wrap tag was a good fit for their �care comes first� philosophy. �At Athens Regional Medical Center, we know we have done our best to keep our most vulnerable patient group � infants - safe and sound. Convergint Technologies and GuardRFID have been truly exceptional in the delivery of the TotGuard� system and in providing us with post-implementation support�. Schacke concluded by saying that the TotGuard active RFID system has been in place for over a year, and has performed extremely well.

GuardRFID Vice President of Sales, Beth Bandi explained that the three parties worked closely to provide a complete solution for Athens Regional Medical Center�s requirements. �GuardRFID�s active RFID infant tag system was selected for its soft, baby friendly wrap attachment, with its unique dual-tamper detection technology. The dual tamper mechanism significantly reduces nuisance alarms.� GuardRFID�s TotGuard Infant Security system uses the only Disposable Infant Tags on the market, eliminating the need to clean, disinfect and sterilize tags after use, and removing the risk of cross-infection between infants. These small, infant tags utilize GuardRFID�s unique dual-tamper detecting mechanism, which are designed to significantly reduce nuisance alarms. GuardRFID offers the widest variety of tag types for Infant Security applications, including the first ever Tamper Sensing Umbilical Tag, as well as the smallest and lightest Umbilical Tag available in the market that can be used with almost any standard Umbilical Clamp.

About Convergint Technologies Convergint Technologies, North America's fastest growing independent systems integrator, designs, installs and services electronic security, fire alarm and life safety, and building automation systems. Convergint is a $160M North American company with over 750 colleagues in 22 locations serving thousands of customers in the areas of healthcare, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, aerospace, financial, and technology sectors. Convergint was founded on a set of ten values and beliefs that drive the company's culture and set the industry standard for customer satisfaction. In 2007, Convergint was named the security industry's "Systems Integrator of the Year" by SDM Magazine and was recognized as the fastest growing company in Chicago by Crain's Chicago Business magazine. For more information about Convergint, visit www.convergint.com.

Convergint Contact: Ken LaChance, Vice President of Business Development 770.840.7007 [email protected] About GuardRFID Solutions GuardRFID develops Active Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technologies and products for Healthcare and Enterprise applications. GuardRFID's products can accurately track and locate assets and people, and are used for enhanced automation, workflow, monitoring and security solutions. GuardRFID�s ability to support multiple applications on its platform positions the company to be able to offer combined people and asset solutions all on the same infrastructure. Founded in early 2007, GuardRFID introduced the first low-cost disposable Active RFID tags to the market, eliminating the need to recycle tags, and allowing for mass deployment for a reasonable investment. GuardRFID Solutions is federally incorporated in Canada, with its head office in the Province of British Columbia, and its Sales office in Atlanta, GA.

Additional information regarding GuardRFID products and services can be found on its website www.guardrfid.com.

GuardRFID Contact: Beth Bandi,Vice President of Sales 404.281.0064 info (at) guardrfid (dot) com About Athens Regional Medical Center Athens Regional Medical Center is a 315-bed full service regional referral center and is part of Athens Regional Health Services, an integrated system that provides for the healthcare needs of a 17-county service area in Northeast Georgia.

Athens Regional has recently expanded its Emergency Department and revamped its Radiology Department, Labor and Deliver and Mother - Baby Units. More expansion is underway that will bring the number of licensed beds to 360 and expand its surgical department with four new operating rooms, pre-and post-operative areas, cardiovascular, endoscopy and laboratory services.

Athens Regional features nationally acclaimed, comprehensive cardiac, vascular and thoracic procedures including open heart surgery; cardiac catheterization and vascular labs; a full-spectrum of advanced surgical procedures; minimally invasive surgeries; a neurosurgery unit; a stroke center; a free-standing outpatient radiology center and outpatient surgery center; adult and children�s rehabilitation services; diagnostic and therapeutic oncology; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and PET/CT Scanner; a neonatal intensive care unit, the Loran Smith Center.
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H1N1 AND FLU RFID IMPLANT AND THE HIDDEN AUTHORIZATION

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this is old but....


Mexican firm offers RFID implants for kidnapping prevention


Friday, August 22, 2008 in News

As kidnapping rates rise in Mexico, one firm is taking the anxiety of the upper class into a business opportunity. Security firm Xega is offering RFID implants to help locate kidnap victims, and business is apparently booming.

Xega’s system centers on an RFID implant injected into the client’s arm, which transmits a signal to an external GPS device the client must carry. If the client is kidnapped, there is a panic button on the device that alerts Xega. A satellite can then locate the victim.

Critics dismiss the system as having relatively little security value as the implant only helps identify its bearer, and the actual locating system requires a larger device which could easily be found and destroyed by a theoretical kidnapper.

The system costs $4,000, plus an annual fee of $2,000. Xega claims a roster of over 2,000 customers, and a 13% jump in sales this year alone. The company plans to expand operations to Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela next year.

Read more here. http://www.reuters.com/article/techn...080822?sp=true
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Wearable RFID Sensors being developed

http://www.ubergizmo.com/15/archives...developed.html

Posted on Nov 18, 09 06:51 AM PDT
Wearable RFID Sensors being developed

The boffins at GE are currently working on a new batch of wearable RFID sensors that are smart enough to detect airborne chemical agents. No idea on how they're going to commercialize this though, but that's a good problem to have (and solve down the road). Apparently, the final product can be part of a badge and worn on clothing, being fully capable of detecting chemical agents in the air even when they're at ultra-trace concentrations. Could this help alert ordinary folks to the presence of anthrax or other poisonous gasses during a terrorist attack? Might be a tad too late then, but at least it will be able to pinpoint who was the culprit that let out a silent fart in the elevator
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RFID chip in all new driving licenses in Japan. (Licenses are renobable in 3 or 5 years).
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anyone talking about the implantable devices that are mandatory under the new health care bill??? ..yea...
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Old 21-11-2009, 05:51 PM   #98
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RFID Global Solution, Inc. Wins RFID Contract with SRA at US Marines Corps Systems Command


http://news.yahoo.com/s/prweb/200911...b/prweb3232584


RFID Global Solution, Inc. (RFIDGS), a leading provider of real time asset visibility solutions to defense agencies and commercial clients, announced it has been awarded a subcontract with SRA International on a $4.4 million pRFID contract with the U.S. Marines Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM). The USMC Passive Radio Frequency Identification (pRFID) Infrastructure Support and Sustainment contract covers one base year plus four option years.

(PRWEB) November 20, 2009 -- RFID Global Solution, Inc. (RFIDGS), a leading provider of real time asset visibility solutions to defense agencies and commercial clients, announced it has been awarded a subcontract with SRA International on a $4.4 million pRFID contract with the U.S. Marines Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM). The USMC Passive Radio Frequency Identification (pRFID) Infrastructure Support and Sustainment contract covers one base year plus four option years.

MARCORSYSCOM is continuously looking for ways to improve its integrated logistics capability and overall responsiveness to the systems and equipment needs of the warfighter. The USMC will use pRFID as a part of a comprehensive suite of automatic identification technologies to facilitate accurate, automatic data capture. The Marine Corps will leverage passive RFID to improve the management and execution of operational logistics processes within the Marine Expeditionary Forces (MEFs) at Camp Lejeune, Camp Pendleton and Okinawa, Japan.

RFID Global Solution (www.rfidgs.com) will provide support modifications to the pRFID infrastructure, sustainment services and packaged pRFID solutions for the MEFs. RFIDGS will also provide system engineering, maintenance support and training. RFIDGS’ goal is to deliver a secure, reliable, fully integrated and functional pRFID capability for in-transit, in-storage and in-repair asset visibility within the USMC, including its supply chain partners and customers.

“We selected RFID Global Solution to join our team because of their industry-leading expertise in RFID deployments, software and solutions, with more than 900 implementations worldwide,” said SRA Senior Principal, AIT Integration, Susan Pearson. “RFIDGS will assist Team SRA in deploying pRFID technology throughout the supply chain enabling improved service for the warfighter.”

“We are very pleased to have been selected by SRA to provide technical engineering and software integration services,” stated Diana Hage, Chief Executive Officer, RFID Global Solution, Inc. “As a veteran-owned business with significant military logistics experience, we will focus on enhancing USMC’s integrated logistics capabilities”, added Hage.

Managing defense logistics processes with RFID technologies is a rapidly growing application area with proven ROI and benefits. RFIDGS has assisted several Department of Defense agencies in utilizing the most advanced RFID and sensor technologies.

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11/18/2009 1:13:12 AM

Top EU grant goes to nanotechnology

http://nanotechwire.com/news.asp?nid=8975

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded a prestigious EUR 2.5 million Advanced Grant to the Institute of Nanoscience at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands (TU Delft) for its work in bio-nano research.

The ERC, funded under the 'Ideas' Theme of the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), is the first EU funding body set up to support challenging new research and advance excellence in creative scientific thinking. It also seeks to encourage scientists to identify new opportunities and challenges rather than having their research led by governments and policy makers.

Nanotechnology is one of these frontier areas of research, and the recipient of the ERC Advanced Grant, Professor Cees Dekker from the Institute of Nanoscience at TU Delft, said, 'We want to use the power of nanofabrication [...] to find out more about big biological questions such as the precise working of processes within cells.'

In the first part of his research project, Professor Dekker and his team will study the evolution and adaptation of bacteria. 'Nanofabrication techniques allow us to build precisely defined landscapes on a chip, in order to study the adaptation and evolution of bacteria,' he explained.

'We are actually creating a kind of miniature Galapagos Islands for bacteria. Some of them will cross over to a different island; others won't. By varying the environmental factors and properties of the bacteria, we can gain more insight into how bacteria adapt. We can directly observe evolution in space and time.'

The bacteria in the study move through narrow channels where they are completely flattened before emerging in different shapes. The research being carried out by Professor Dekker and his team suggests that that there may be far more bacteria present in narrow spaces than previously thought. This may have critical consequences for products such as medical equipment.

In the second part of the research, the team will use electron bundles to make nanometre-wide holes. DNA molecules will be able to move through these holes while being tracked and screened. The aim is to read their genetic codes and observe which genes are either switched 'on' or 'off'.

In the final part of the research, the team will attempt to 'mimic' the construction of biological pores by focusing on the microscopic holes in the membrane of the cell nucleus. 'In those holes there are certain proteins which function as a kind of gatekeeper to the cell nucleus,' said Professor Dekker. 'They determine which molecules are allowed out or in. But exactly how they do that is still a mystery. By mimicking these holes with nanofabrication and coating them with these gatekeeper proteins, we hope to discover more about this important mechanism.'

For Professor Dekker, a particularly interesting element of the research is the element of chance. 'Some bacteria aim for cooperation while others are 'cheaters' which benefit from the work of their fellows,' he explained. 'We can manage those properties too, and study them under controlled circumstances.'
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Microchip cities are being built around the world!

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