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Consumer Packaged Goods Editor's Note

  • Providing a Road Map for Sam's Suppliers

    The companies required to tag pallets and cases for Sam's Club can benefit from all the learnings of the past five years, but it's up to the RFID industry to provide guidance.

  • Sam's Club Letter Shakes Things Up

    A letter sent from Sam's Club to its suppliers, informing them they'll be charged if they don't put RFID tags on pallets, has changed the mood among suppliers, RFID vendors and the media.

  • Is There Anything New in RFID?

    Innovation is alive and well in the RFID industry, with new applications and deployments, and improvements in the technology.

  • RFID Gathers Momentum in Europe

    Airbus, Metro and others are moving forward to deploy RFID on a large scale, while many companies across Europe are finding vast benefits in a wide variety of applications.

  • A Practical Approach at EPC Connection

    Attendees at EPCglobal's fourth annual conference and exhibition were focused on practical applications for EPC technologies that can deliver benefits today.

  • Demonstrating the Value of EPCIS

    Confused about this new standard? See a live demonstration at EPC Connection 2007 that will clearly show how the EPC Information Service can improve the way companies do business.

  • Microsoft Moves Into RFID in a Big Way

    The software giant's stepped-up RFID activities signal the start of the next stage of RFID's development—a massive increase in software applications that leverage RFID data.

  • RFID Is Not All or Nothing

    Companies in almost every industry are using specific RFID applications to achieve real business benefits today.

  • Don't Ignore the Benefits of RFID

    Some companies tagging goods to meet RFID mandates are missing an opportunity to cut costs and increase sales.

  • RFID Adoption Continues to Accelerate

    There are so many real-world deployments of radio frequency identification that even the mainstream press is starting to take notice.

  • The Obstacles to RFID Adoption

    Time and secrecy about success stories are among the greatest hurdles that must be overcome in the adoption of radio frequency identification.

  • The $42 Billion Problem

    Shrinkage continues to plague retailers. RFID is no silver bullet, but it can be part of the solution.

  • Momentum in RFID Is Shifting

    It's no longer the retailers that want to move faster—it's the suppliers.

  • Recognition for RFID Leaders

    Introducing the winners of the first annual RFID Journal Awards.

  • China Embraces UHF

    Allocation of the band for RFID is likely to lead to greater adoption of UHF RFID systems in the supply chain—if China adopts international standards.

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