RFID Journal Blog
Avoiding the RFID Death Spiral
Posted By Mark Roberti, 01.30.2013
Many solution providers are making decisions that will hasten their own demise. Here's how to avoid that grim fate.
Grilling Disney Over the Use of RFID
Posted By Mark Roberti, 01.25.2013
A U.S. Congressman is asking a lot of questions about how the company plans to deploy radio frequency identification at its theme parks. My question is, why?
Mark of the Vatican
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.20.2012
RFID cannot be the mark of the beast if the Holy See is using it.
Finding Stuff Within Amazon's Jungle
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.11.2012
NBC News provided a look inside one of Amazon.com's fulfillment centers, and boy, could the online retailer use a little help from RFID.
RFID-Enabled Scrabble Board
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.20.2012
A special board reads which letters are on which squares, and then broadcasts that information via the Internet.
Tools for UHF Deployments
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.06.2012
A video shot at our London event shows how the Power Mapper and Power Ranger, from ePix Ltd., can help you "see" radio waves.
About RFID and Your Garbage
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.05.2012
A recent article published on Slate.com suggests that radio frequency identification will make it easy for criminals or marketers to scan your trash and know what you purchased. Here's why you have nothing to worry about.
RFID Adding to Some Bottom Lines
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.01.2012
Checkpoint Systems and Avery Dennison have reported that revenue from RFID products is growing.
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