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RFID Journal Awards 2015

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 the 2015 Winners:
Spacer Best RFID Implementation
Interstate Batteries, for its use of RFID on racks to monitor inventory and streamline replenishment across a large number of retail locations (see RFID Brings Greater Efficiency, Product Visibility to Interstate Batteries) Spacer Best Use of RFID to Enhance a Product/Service
Kuehne+Nagel, for providing active and real-time temperature monitoring of temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical and health-care products in transit during intercontinental transportation Spacer Most Innovative Use of RFID
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, for its use of a passive RFID temperature sensor inside a urine processing unit, enabling it to recover the most amount of water possible Spacer RFID Green Award
Detroit Diesel Corp. (a Daimler company), for its use of a visual RFID tag that saves more than 7 million sheets of paper annually (see Omni-ID's View 10 Tag Aims to Replace Paperwork at Detroit Diesel, Other Factories) Spacer Best NFC Deployment
Skoubee, for its use of Near Field Communication (NFC)-enabled pet tags to allow owners to find lost pets, socialize with other pet owners through the Skoubee platform and manage all pet medical information Spacer Best Internet of Things Deployment
Turkish Technic (a division of Turkish Airlines), for its use of IoT technologies to link technicians, tools, parts and inventory, ground services equipment, aircraft, hangar slots and other resources to the Internet, so that all information about all of these individuals and assets can be accessed via a single software platform (see Turkish Technic Uses RFID, ZigBee and Other Auto-ID Technologies to Improve Efficiency)

Best New Product (formerly "Best in Show")
Zebra Technologies, for its athlete-tracking solution that provides coaches, teams, media and leagues with unprecedented performance and playing statistics

Spacer RFID Special Achievement Award
Carlo K. Nizam, the head of Airbus' Value Chain Visibility and Auto-ID Program, for his outstanding leadership in helping Airbus to improve efficiencies by digitalizing business processes within its operations and across its value chain, and for promoting the importance of RFID within the aerospace indust

The 2015 winners

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2015 Judges
Harold Boeck
Harold Boeck
Stephen Miles
Pankaj Sood
J.T. (Tom) Cain
Gisele Bennett
Mark Roberti
Mark Roberti
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