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RFID Journal covers RFID defense technologies and applications and the use of RFID to monitor and track items safely and securely in the military supply chain.
RFID News Roundup
NXP announces commercial release of NTAG I2C chip • • • U.S. Naval Research Lab designs RFID solution for NYC Fire Dept. • • • Sports stadium uses Radius Networks' beacons to give away meat pies • • • Tyco Retail Solutions updates TrueVUE software • • • Trimble, Digi-Key partner on distribution agreement.
Defense Case Studies
U.S. Army Uses RFID to Track and Manage Parachutes
With no room for error, the chain-of custody solution reduces costs and labor and improves safety.
Re-Evaluating Supply Chain Relationships
When customers help suppliers deploy RFID, everyone benefits.
Defense Editor's Notes
Inside the RFID Journal Database
Data regarding who is subscribing shows that RFID adoption is picking up in aerospace, retail and energy—and that venture capitalists are becoming interested in the technology once more.
Defense Expert Views
The Emerging Marketplace for RFID Data Analytics, or Finding a Needle in a Haystack
Solution vendors should plan for changes in the economics of reselling hardware. Those who find ways to incorporate data analysis into their offerings will enjoy higher margins and a competitive advantage.
Defense Best Practices
What You Need to Know About Tool Tracking
The RFID Research Center at the University of Arkansas has found that the right system to automatically identify and locate tools can improve efficiencies, saving manufacturers time and money.
Defense How To Articles
How to Select a Real-Time Locating System
These four steps will help you determine the most cost-efficient solution for managing assets and improving the bottom line.
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