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 Gives Richardson, Tex., Officers More Time for Police Work
The department has been using GlobeRanger's GR-AWARE software to track weapons and electronic equipment fitted with Xerafy RFID tags.
Defense Case Studies
The Ongoing War Against Inefficiencies
The U.S. Department of Defense is refining its RFID strategy to optimize the world's most complex supply chain.
RFID Journal LIVE! 2013 Report, Part 1
AT RFID Journal's 11th annual conference and exhibition, attendees learned how to use RFID technologies to track and manage a wide variety of assets. View the presentations from the event's keynotes, general sessions, preconference seminars and post-conference workshops.
Defense Editor's Notes
Can Anyone in the Obama Administration Spell 'RFID'?
The president called for Congress to authorize $1 billion for ill-defined support for manufacturing, while ignoring the RFID revolution in its backyard.
Defense Expert Views
The Seeds of Innovation
Government stimulus is not only good for the economy—it also leads to groundbreaking technologies.
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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