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The NFL Is Looking Into Wearables To Help Prevent Concussions And Brain Injuries

Source: The Business Insider

Over the past few years, the NFL has been getting a lot of heat about its players' health and safety. Studies have shown players have suffered repeated concussions and other head injuries, and until recently, the NFL had few policies to protect its players in the event of a concussion. Several players have tried suing the NFL asking for better medical care in response to the dangers of head injuries. Last night at an ...
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CAAS sets aside S$5m for projects to improve productivity

Source: Channel News Asia

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SINGAPORE: Singapore needs to differentiate itself from its competitors to sustain a competitive edge in the aviation industry, said Senior Minister of State for Transport and Finance Josephine Teo at the Singapore Aerospace Awards ceremony on Thursday (July 10).One of the ways to do so, she said, is to ensure air travel remains safe and secure while the industry pursues productivity in the sector. ...
Full article at: Channel News Asia 1 day ago, 9:55am CDT

New RFID software launched by Hayes Software Systems

Source: District Administration

New Microsoft Windows 7.0 Operating System Launches Nationwide
Hayes Software Systems has launched a new Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) inventory and audit module that will be integrated to make the process of conducting asset inventory audits more efficient. The solution, called TIPWeb-RFID, will include fully integrated RFID handheld readers, compatible tags and consulting services. ...
Full article at: District Administration 2 days ago, 11:36pm CDT

Lollapalooza Goes Cashless With Digital Wristbands

Source: AdWeek

Lollapalooza is rolling out a new initiative this week called Lolla Cashless that claims to be the first effort from a major U.S. music festival to use radio frequency identification (or RFID)-enabled wristbands for payments. The Chicago music festival will begin sending concertgoers bracelets leading up to the August event that can be linked to credit card information for buying food and drinks. Here’s how it works: A small technology chip is embedded into the w ...
Full article at: AdWeek Jun 30 2014, 8:31am CDT

Telcos seek uniform policy on nods for laying optical fiber


Chairman of Reliance Communications Anil
Telecom industry has asked the government to continue its policy of allotting microwave access and backbone radio-frequency carriers without auction, besides pitching for uniform guidelines on providing permissions for laying optical fiber. In an open house discussion organised by sectoral regulator Trai on “allocation and pricing of microwave access (MWA) and microwave backbone(MWB) RF carriers”, various players of telecom industry conveyed that microwave is a supporting infras ...
Full article at: Jun 19 2014, 11:22pm CDT

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Smart eye-embedded device can manage glaucoma better


In a ray of hope for glaucoma patients, engineers have designed a first of its kind electronic sensor that can be placed permanently in a person’s eye to track changes in eye pressure. The sensor would be embedded with an artificial lens during cataract surgery. It would detect eye pressure changes instantaneously and transmit the data wirelessly using radio frequency waves, researchers from University of Washington revealed. ”If ...
Full article at: Jun 17 2014, 2:00am CDT

Altera and Lime Microsystems Team Up to Accelerate and Simplify the Development of Wireless Networks


/PRNewswire/ -- Altera Corporation (NASDAQ: ALTR) and Lime Microsystems, a leading provider of field programmable RF (radio frequency) transceivers headquartered in the UK, have entered into a Strategic Cooperation Agreement…Click to Co ...
Full article at: Jun 16 2014, 7:36am CDT

Analog Devices to Buy Hittite Microwave in $2 Billion Deal

Source: NDTV

President Obama Hosts Maker Faire At White House
Chipmaker Analog Devices says the deal will strengthen its radio frequency (RF) and signal conversion chip offerings. ...
Full article at: NDTV Jun 9 2014, 8:26am CDT

Nokia buys radio systems expert Australian firm Mesaplexx


Finnish telecom giant Nokia today said it has completed the acquisition of the Australian company Mesaplexx Pty Limited in order to boost its radio capabilities in the networks business.  Mesaplexx has unique know-how in developing compact, high performance radio frequency (RF) filter technology for the mobile industry. ”The Nokia Flexi family of radio access base stations offers cutting-edge solutions that balance energy efficiency, power outpu ...
Full article at: Jun 5 2014, 8:23am CDT