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  1. Lost the receipt for that diamond? No problem, just scan the barcode

    Posted Dec 15th 2009, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... Dennis Eng In a world first, Hong Kong will offer customers a chance to have tiny barcodes inscribed by laser onto their jewellery- a hi-tech alternative to the information now contained on paper receipts. The scheme is aimed at boosting consumer confiden ...

  2. Radio ID tag revolution under way

    Posted Jun 25th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Isabel Lee Major multinationals are reporting success with advanced technology that is helping them save time and money WIRELESS RADIO frequency identification (RFID) technology has become a hot topic in the manufacturing, logistics and retail sectors as professionals look for ways to improve the accuracy and speed of supply chain data, while reducing costs. The reason ...

  3. Programs lend a helping hand

    Posted Mar 15th 2011, 12:00am by Chris Huang

    ... such programs are reliable,' she says. Prices change rapidly, and it's no easy task to get the latest data. Zheng Wenjun, manager of the 'Let Me Check' software company, says the data base is updated once a week so the information may not be the latest. It's also difficult to collect data. 'In Western countries, many supermarkets would offer information ...

  4. Chip technology aids air cargo accuracy

    Posted Jul 21st 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... such as flight information. 'Data can be updated instantly, in terms of milliseconds,' said Henry Chan Chun-bun, team leader of the project and associate professor in computing at PolyU. ...

  5. Data security paramount

    Posted Feb 20th 2012, 12:00am

    ... and individual radio-frequency identification devices (RFID) to trace each bag. The gold winner of last year's Hong Kong RFID Awards, SSID developed its own 'ID2 Tracer' system to make ... process gave us confidence to believe that our confidential documents are properly handled and disposed of, which also enhances our customers' trust in our practices to ensure data privacy ...

  6. Suppliers starting to enjoy benefits of technology

    Posted Oct 10th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Developing better supply chain management, in which electronic product code (EPC) and radio frequency identification (RFID) play key roles, will improve the automatic identification ... products more precisely, so it is possible, for example, to trace an individual soft drink can and, with the encoded data, even track each previous movement and how long it has been in one place. ...

  7. Wal-Mart to expand RFID use to improve inventory management

    Posted Oct 21st 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... as a low-cost method of tracking goods using radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology, which can transmit product data over a distance of 5 to 8 metres. 'By the end of this month, every ... RFID reader to trace the case and process the product. If every product is tagged with individual RFID labels, inventory levels can be recorded automatically and out-of-stocks situations ...

  8. In Brief

    Posted Jan 16th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Radio frequency chips in tags used on airport baggage New tags using radio frequency identification chips are being used on the baggage of most departing passengers at Hong Kong airport. Henry Ma, general manager of terminal business for the Airport Authority, said the cost of new tags- now being used on 90 per cent of departing baggage covering 50 airlines- was about HK$1, ...

  9. Airport tags to speed baggage flow

    Posted Jun 01st 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... installing an electronic baggage-tracking system that will be the single largest radio frequency identification (RFID) deployment in Asia. Experts view the project as a catalyst for other air ... on a continuous basis,' Mr Shoemaker said. RFID operation starts with a miniature tag, consisting of an integrated circuit with an antenna, attached to a piece of luggage. Data on this tag can ...

  10. Speedy and efficient system makes for a happy consumer

    Posted Feb 01st 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Top retailers and buyers in the United States and Europe are the main force driving the adoption of the EPC/RFID supply chain model in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta region. Visitors to the retail zone of the Supply Chain Innovation Centre, at Hong K ...




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