RFID Journal Blog
Calling All RFID Students
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.10.2007
RFID Journal is seeking volunteers to help out at RFID Journal LIVE! 2008.
HP's Lab in Brazil
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.25.2007
The company is doing some interesting work that could deliver a lot of benefits down the road.
HP Takes the Lead
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.24.2007
Hewlett-Packard's RFID installation in Brazil, as well as other innovations with the technology, has put it squarely in the vanguard of forward-thinking companies leveraging auto-identification technologies.
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.22.2007
California has joined Wisconsin and North Dakota in banning forced RFID implants by employers, but does the law go far enough?
Minnesota Gets a Dose of Misinformation
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.17.2007
A writer for the city's daily newspaper has written an article full of nonsense, based on four-year-old reports he dug up on the Web.
Measuring the Value of Tracking Systems
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.15.2007
A student at the Cambridge University Auto-ID Labs has developed a method of evaluating RFID and non-RFID tracking systems, and is now looking for a few companies in Europe to test his thesis.
Targeted Education in Canada
Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.24.2007
Valuable preconference seminars will be offered in conjunction with RFID Journal LIVE! Canada.
GS1 Colombia's RFID Retail Challenge
Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.18.2007
Most goods in Colombia are sold through small shops, making it a challenge for suppliers to gain downstream benefits from RFID tagging.
GS1 Colombia Provides EPCIS Service
Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.17.2007
The standards body and its sister company, LOGyCA, have created a hosted EPC Information Service for small and midsize businesses in Colombia.
RFID in Bogotá
Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.14.2007
A test facility developed by GS1 Colombia has put Bogotá on the RFID map.