- You Can't Deploy What You Can't See
Lack of awareness about RFID products is hindering adoption.
- Some Defense and Aerospace Companies Are Becoming Serious About RFID
The level of engagement at last week's RFID in Aerospace and Defense event was high, which is a good sign.
- Industrywide Approaches to RFID
The aerospace and defense sectors are being propelled by large players to adopt radio frequency identification.
- Leading Indicators of RFID Trends
More apparel manufacturers, bar-code resellers and investors are signing up for RFID Journal's electronic newsletters. Here's what that means for the industry.
- RFID Journal's Fall Events Lineup
We'll be hosting conferences for retailers and brand owners in September, for businesses in Europe in November, and for those in the aerospace and defense sectors in December.
- Smart Guns Should Be an Option
For gun owners, police departments and others, RFID-enabled guns could offer protection, but funding is needed to bring a viable product to market.
- The Network Effect
Companies that have adopted radio frequency identification want to get everyone—including their competitors—on board.
- Aerospace and Defense Catch Up on RFID
For years, adoption in these sectors was limited. But now, requirements by Airbus, Boeing and the U.S. Department of Defense have led suppliers to deploy the technology.
- 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.
- Real Momentum
An increase in end users attending RFID Journal LIVE! is further evidence that RFID adoption is picking up.
- What You Can Learn About RFID From Others
Listening to companies that have deployed radio frequency identification in your industry is valuable—as is learning from those who have deployed RFID in other sectors.
- 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.
- 2012: A Year of Progress
End users rolled out new RFID applications and expanded existing deployments, the technology continued to improve, and there were some major acquisitions.
- RFID in Brazil
RFID Journal's inaugural event in that country revealed great enthusiasm for the technology.
- More Industries Approach the RFID Inflection Point
At this year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition, it was clear that a lot is happening—not only in apparel retail, but also in aerospace and electronics.