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Xerafy Surgical Instruments Tracking Demo Kit

Xerafy’s RFID instruments tracking demo kit is designed to meet FDA UDI program requirements, and demonstrates the bulk reading and item-level tracking of surgical instruments. Xerafy autoclavable RFID tags are attached to each instrument as well as the tray. Each tag stores the instrument’s name, image, EPC and quantity. The accompanying Bluetooth UHF RFID reader will be able to automatically identify all instruments contained in the tray, and the instrument’s statistics can be viewed on a mob

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Xerafy Box Reader Demo

The demo shows Xerafy box reader reading 50 surgical instruments when they were randomly placed and neatly arranged. All instruments can be read in a few seconds.

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Surgical instrument tracking demonstration at HIMSS 2014

RFIDGS Visitrac surgical instrument tracking demonstrated by Terry Pruett from Alien

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Xerafy Metal Skin being printed by Zebra printer

Xerafy Metal Skin being printed by Zebra printer

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Xerafy Metal Skin being printed by the latest SATO pinter CL4NX

Xerafy Metal Skin being printed by the latest SATO pinter CL4NX

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Building the Future for Construction Quality Control with RFID

Construction projects suffer from delays and cost overruns. The industry is looking to build with RFID to automate quality control, materials management and communication.

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Unique Device Identification for Medical Instruments using RFID

Andy O'Donnell from Xerafy partner Redledge introduces a solution for tracking medical instruments using Xerafy's RFID tags at AdvaMed 2012. Xerafy debuted the solution with partners Redledge and Fairfield.

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