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Editor's Note

  • When RFID Becomes Obsolete

    By Mark Roberti

    What new technology will replace radio frequency identification for inventory management, asset tracking and other applications?

  • What You Can Learn From the NFL

    By Mark Roberti

    Tracking players and footballs might seem irrelevant to business, but there are things companies can learn from using RFID in this way.

  • Is RFID Essential in Manufacturing?

    By Mark Roberti

    One day, all large manufacturers will use the technology to cut costs and streamline their operations.

  • Why RFID Is Essential in Retail

    By Mark Roberti

    There is no way to get inventory accuracy up to 95 percent or better without the technology—and if your inventory accuracy is low, shoppers will simply go elsewhere.

  • RFID for Small and Midsize Retailers

    By Mark Roberti

    Even companies with a single store can benefit from using radio frequency identification technologies.

  • The Media and RFID

    By Mark Roberti

    Automobiles now routinely use keyless RFID systems without problems, but the same technology was the subject of numerous scare stories when used in credit cards.

  • What Business Is Your Company Really In?

    By Mark Roberti

    Most companies get this wrong and certainly most RFID solution providers get it wrong.

  • RFID Journal's Fall Events Lineup

    By Mark Roberti

    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.

  • What Is the Future of Retail?

    By Mark Roberti

    Retailers will soon move to a model by which they sell to customers whenever, wherever and however they want to buy.

  • A Cautionary Tale for Conventional Retailers

    By Mark Roberti

    The print publishing industry was slow to adapt to the changes the Internet brought. As a result, many publications did not survive.

  • Technology Is the Key to Retail's Future

    By Mark Roberti

    RFID and other technologies will determine who will dominate as the online and brick-and-mortar worlds merge.

  • Apple Embraces NFC (Finally)

    By Mark Roberti

    At its recent developer's conference, the iPhone maker announced that the Near Field Communication reader in its handsets will be open to apps other than Apply Pay, which should give a big boost to the technology.

  • Attendee Feedback on RFID Journal LIVE! 2017

    By Mark Roberti

    More than 90 percent of those who responded to our survey said the event exceeded their expectations.

  • RFID Starts to Go Mainstream

    By Mark Roberti

    Fueled by success stories that are beginning to reach the general business media, the technology is now viewed as an accepted tool for companies seeking to track assets.

  • A Global Gathering of Those Seeking New Efficiencies

    By Mark Roberti

    RFID Journal LIVE 2017, being held this week in Phoenix, Ariz., will bring together executives from companies in 60 different countries, all seeking to improve the way they do business.

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