RFID Journal Blog
IEEE RFID 2009 Makes Call for Technical Papers
Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.22.2008
The world's largest RFID technical conference, co-located with RFID Journal LIVE!, is seeking technical papers from authors presenting the latest research, innovations and implementations related to RFID.
Accusations of Anti-RFID Bias Are Deserved
Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.11.2008
At least one reader feels I've been unfair to bloggers and journalists. While there are certainly some who cover radio frequency identification objectively, the evidence suggests most jump all over every negative news story about the technology.
Making Mifare Safe
Posted By Mark Roberti, 07.25.2008
Feig Electronic has issued a press release indicating that although Mifare Classic chips have been hacked, systems using them can still be secured.
New Academic Journal Focused on RFID Releases Call for Papers
Posted By Mark Roberti, 07.09.2008
The International Journal of RF Technologies: Research and Applications, edited by the RFID Research Center's Bill Hardgrave, is seeking academic papers for its first issue, slated for publication later this year.
Checkpoint Makes a Bold Move
Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.24.2008
The company's purchase of OATSystems is a smart strategic play that bodes well for the RFID industry.
The NFC Debate Continues
Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.18.2008
Some have disagreed with my view that consumers do not face financial risk from using an NFC phone to make transactions.
Integris Health Gets RFID
Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.16.2008
The health-care provider is taking an infrastructure approach to deploying RFID.
Yes, Contactless Payments Are Safe
Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.10.2008
A so-called "expert" from security company MacAfee says contactless payments are a threat to consumer financial information. Here's why he's wrong.
RFID Journal LIVE! on PBS
Posted By Mark Roberti, 05.09.2008
A recent documentary about RFID technology featured the world's premier RFID event.
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