- Making Objects Smarter
By Kerry Krause
New RFID reader chips can be embedded in products to give them the intelligence to interact with people and the world around them.
- A Decade of Progress
By John Greaves
An RFID evangelist, cheerleader and agent provocateur shares his views on the industry's failures and successes during the past 10 years.
- Innovative Warehouse Solutions
By Toby Rush
RFID can improve efficiencies and deliver cost savings in warehouses.
- Readers That Sense Distance
By Hao Min
By measuring the distance between RFID interrogators and passive tags, companies can better differentiate items as they pass through portals.
- The Longer the UII, the Slower the Read Rate
By Patrick King
A new study examines the consequences of adopting a unique ID number or EPC larger than 96 bits for ISO-18000-6c/EPC Gen 2 tags.
- Put RFID in the Trash
By Kevin Ashton
Twenty years from now, your garbage can will be full of tags.
- RFID's Future Looks Bright for Indian Jewelers
By Rajesh Kumar
The technology has matured, and can now provide a strong ROI—once the industry overcomes its fear of change.
- The Myths of LF vs. HF
By James E. Heurich
Depending upon application requirements, low-frequency passive RFID tags and readers often outperform their high-frequency counterparts—so why do people believe otherwise?
- A Tool for All Industries
By Florian Michahelles and Alexander Ilic
Will today's technology be able to handle tomorrow's huge RFID data volumes?
- Spanning the RFID Standards "Chasm"
By Grant Hunter
Guidelines, tools and adoption services are available that provide a bridge to standards compliance—and business success.
- The Chasm Between RFID Standards and Implementation
By Bill Hoffman
The Automotive Industry Action Group's B-11 Revision 8 Item-Level RFID standard, just released, provides a means for achieving RFID's full capability.
- File Under "Whatever"
By Kevin Ashton
RFID can take the "work" out of paperwork.
- Focus on RFID's Value, Not Tag Cost
By Curt Carrender
Add up all the benefits a tag would deliver, then decide if the price is right.
- A Reader Revolution
By Patrick J. Sweeney II
Next-generation RFID interrogators sport unprecedented power and memory, improving installation and performance and delivering an ROI to end users.
- A Consumer Approach to RFID
By Joe Leone
Moving from pieces and parts systems to packaged solutions can help end users achieve a faster ROI—and accelerate RFID adoption.