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RFID Journal Awards 2014

Showcasing the best RFID deployments, products and research


SpacerThe RFID Journal Awards recognize companies that have distinguished themselves by their successful use of radio frequency identification (RFID) or introduction of a valuable new RFID product or services.

Congratulations to our 2014 winners:
Spacer  Best RFID Implementation
Marks & Spencer for its use of item-level RFID to improve on-shelf availability at all of its store locations and Bechtel, for its use of thousands of active RFID tags to manage materials for the construction of three mega-size industrial projects off the coast of Western Australia.

Spacer  Best Use of RFID to Enhance a Product or Service
Hy-Vee for its deployment of RFID sensors that monitor all temperature-sensitive goods at its supermarkets, enabling the retailer to deliver the highest-quality products to its customers.

  Most Innovative Use of RFID
Skyview High School for its use of a real-time location system (RTLS) and location-based messaging to improve the safety of school children in the event of an emergency.

  RFID Green Award
The Taiwan Fiscal Information Agency for an RFID-based solution that eliminated more than 4 billion paper invoices annually.

  Best NFC Deployment
Post Foods for its use of NFC cards to engage customers and generate brand loyalty at a summer concert series.

  Best in Show
NXP Semiconductors for its NTAG I2C (NFC Connected Tag), which offers both an NFC interface and an I2C connected interface, allowing the tag to communicate with the microcontrollers of other electronic devices, such as washing machines, refrigerators and sensors.

  RFID Special Achievement Award
Joe Andraski the former president and CEO of the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Solutions Association (VICS)—which merged with GS1 US in 2012—for his support for and commitment to promoting RFID adoption at the item level in retail.




The 2013 winners
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The Judges
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Harold Boeck Gisele Bennett, Director, Electro-Optical Systems Lab, Georgia Tech Research Inst.
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Bill Hardgrave Antonio Rizzi
Director, RFID Lab, University of Parma
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Gordon S. Holder Pankaj Sood
Founder and Manager
McMaster RFID Applications Lab
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Benefits of Entering: Spacer Be recognized as an RFID leader Spacer Gain exposure for your company Spacer Promote adoption within your industry Spacer Participate in the world's largest RFID event

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