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RFID Journal Awards 2012

Showcasing the best of the RFID Industry


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 2012 winners:
Spacer  Best RFID Implementation
Cisco Systems for an RFID solution that allows the company to track IT assets across all of its facilities worldwide, and to have real-time visibility into their locations.

Spacer  Best Use of RFID to Enhance a Product/Service
Intel for a system of linking passive ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) tags to Intel processors, thereby enabling new features and capabilities for computers, tablets and other electronic devices.

  Most Innovative Use of RFID
BP International for an RFID-based control-of-work solution that makes refinery "isolation" work safer and more efficient, and that maintains accurate records updated in near-real time.

  RFID Special Achievement Award
Dr. Bill Hardgrave the dean of Auburn University's College of Business, and the founder of the University of Arkansas' RFID Research Center, for his pioneering research on the real-world impact that RFID can have on retailing.

  Green Award
Hewlett-Packard Brazil for an RFID-enabled system of tracking the recycling of the company's printers.

  Best in Show
Omni-ID for its Visual Tag System, which displays readable information about moving assets in real time.

  Best RFID Thesis
Cecilia Occhiuzzi of the University of Roma Tor Vergata, for her thesis, "Wearable and Implantable RFID Technology for Pervasive Healthcare: Human Identification and Sensing".

The 2012 winners
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The 2012 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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