SA hospital considering newborn tracking
August 31, 2012 Editor 0
Barcode specialist Harmonic Group says it is negotiating with a South African private hospital about the use of its radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to track and secure newborns, says MD Barry Baetu. Securing a newborn with an ankle bracelet and ensuring that all authorised personnel transporting newborns carry tags, will enable hospitals to monitor the movement of the babies at all times and put parents at ease, he explains.
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