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  • U.S. DOD Reaffirms Commitment to Savi as Sole RFID-IV Provider

    By Rosemary Johnston

    The award bolsters Savi's long-standing leadership in providing radio frequency identification solutions to the military.

  • The Renaissance of RFID Among Retailers

    By Randy Dunn

    Top retailers are tagging billions of items, and a ChainLink Research study finds that those capitalizing on RFID are realizing a sizeable operational, financial and customer-satisfaction advantage.

  • Add a User Interface to UHF RFID Tags

    By József Bánlaki, Miklós Hoffmann and Tibor Juhász

    Making a simple amendment to the EPC Gen 2 standard will allay privacy concerns, give consumers the ability to control tag behavior and enable new applications.

  • Will RFID Kill EAS?

    By Bill Hardgrave

    Both technologies can perform effectively to thwart theft in retail stores, but one can enable additional benefits.

  • Full Steam Ahead for UHF RFID in Europe

    By Thomas Weber

    RF spectrum policy makers have reached a big milestone in the goal of expanding UHF RFID to the 915 to 921 MHz band, with the creation of a new roadmap that paves the way for a major upgrade.

  • Gen2v2 Ensures Tags Are Authentic

    By Ken Traub

    Counterfeiters will no longer be able to clone or spoof UHF RFID tags.

  • Street Smarts

    By Kevin Ashton

    Cities that don't embrace the Internet of Things will be left behind.

  • Monitoring the Fresh Food Supply Chain

    By Antonio Rizzi

    RFID-tracking pallets and cases of perishable goods can enable retailers to reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction.

  • How to Deploy EPCIS

    By Ken Traub

    Design the data, then set up your software.

  • Retail's Trilogy

    By Bill Hardgrave

    A single RFID infrastructure can—and should—enable inventory, asset and identity management.

  • Making More Sense

    By Kevin Ashton

    We must present all the data we collect in a meaningful way.

  • EPCIS for Internal Projects

    By Ken Traub

    The standard for sharing information can maximize the value of your RFID hardware investment.

  • Retail 3.0

    By Bill Hardgrave

    RFID enables the trend toward consumer-driven showroom shopping.

  • The Internet of Things on Wheels

    By Kevin Ashton

    RFID and sensor networks will enable the connected vehicle and passenger.

  • RFID-powered Sensors Can Play a Big Role in the Internet of Things

    By Mikel Choperena

    While energy-harvesting and battery-powered devices can be the right choice for certain applications, passive RFID sensor tags offer a number of advantages.

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