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On 11 August, the Municipality of São Paulo passed a law requiring hospitals and public and private hospitals to put electronic wristbands in newborns. According to the project, NFC CARDthe attachment should be placed immediately after delivery and removed only after discharge in the presence of the mother. The city's mayor, Gilberto Kassab, yet to sanction the new law.
Health facilities should also put sensors on all outputs to identify and trigger the bracelet, making the handset beeps. The system is similar to that used to prevent theft in clothing and appliance stores.
The measure aims to give more security to 458 daily deliveries in the state capital. Last year, there were 167 321 newborns in the city, most in public hospitals. According to the approved project, in the case of public hospitals, combo cardsthe expenses will be covered "by our budgetary appropriations, supplemented if necessary." As the budget is always prepared in the previous year, this indicates that law enforcement should start from next year.
The TransWireless, Brazilian development company identification solutions (contactless cards, its acronym in English), is working to provide these solutions to hospitals. Bracelets for newborns operate with a "tag" high sensitivity and are tracked by a system captures the signal, involving readers and antennas installed in hospitals, covering the area to be monitored.
"With KURU sequence can actually analyze in real time the performance of our players during games. The system brings professionals for training and also to have an overview of the entertainment provided RFID CARD benefits to our fans, "says Juha Junno, CEO OulunKärpät, one of the most successful teams of the Finnish ice hockey league.
For this project, the Kuru Digital Creations evaluated several wireless technologies to find the solution. One problem faced with other technologies was the size and weight of portable devices: in a game-high speed, such as ice hockey, for example, players are not willing to use anything that can reduce, if only slightly, their mobility during departure. A passive UHF rfid inlaytechnology enables a small label attached on knee players, providing that the reading of the data is done with a good distance.
The solution used by OulunKärpät team includes platform software KURU Sequence and combo cards supplied by Custom Confidex, and RFID reading devices and antennas provided by Impinj Inc.
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