Prince Court Medical Center adopts RFID to reduce risk of infant abduction and asset theft

RFID Journal, article (extract), February 16, 2011:

The hospital is tracking infants and their mothers, as well as assets, utilizing passive and active RFID tags, with the goal of reducing the risk of infant abduction and asset theft.

The Prince Court Medical Center (PCMC), located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is employing active RFID tags with a built-in infrared (IR) transmitter to protect infants within its facility, as well as a combination of passive and active tags to track equipment and other medical assets.

Source:
Swedberg C. Malaysia’s Prince Court Medical Center adopts RFID. RFID Journal 2011 February 16.


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