- New Ear Tags for Animals
By Peter Cole
Low-cost HF and UHF identification tags for cattle, pigs and chickens could speed up RFID adoption in the livestock industry.
- Opening Up the Network
By Abel Sanchez
Open-source simulation software will enable the RFID community to help develop and learn to use the Internet of Things.
- Cashless in Europe
By Jonathan Collins
Will London's consumers and businesses embrace RFID payment systems? European contactless providers want to know.
- Does RFID Spell TAX?
By Jonathan Spencer
If the Ontario court rejects a pending appeal, any company using an RFID system within the province could be required to remit an additional tax based on the value of the RFID equipment, tags, labels and software used.
- Tagging Smallish Objects
By Hao Min
By integrating an RFID antenna in the silicon chip, we can create tiny tags.
- The Shift to Value Up Front
By Brendon Ouimette
Over the past year, various RFID middleware vendors have turned to offering sharply focused applications that provide immediate payback to end users.
- We Built This City on RFID
By Kevin Ashton
A high-tech cluster can spur economic growth. So how do you create one for RFID?
- Business As Unusual
By Doug Farry
The federal government is using RFID in ways that will impact your business.
- RFID for Everyone
By Florian Michahelles and Elgar Fleisch
If EPCglobal and the Near Field Communication Forum join forces, consumers could use mobile phones to access the Internet of Things.
- Return on Innovation
By Kevin Ashton
Return on investment is not the only way to calculate the value of RFID.
- Air Cargo and RFID
By Alexander C.H. Skorna and André Richter
Radio frequency identification is a smart way to keep freight moving forward.
- Enabling Remote Health-care Applications With RFID
By Priyanka Gouthaman
Radio frequency identification could offer an affordable way to serve the medical needs of the world's growing elderly population.
- Go Green
By John Greenland Jr.
An RFID-enabled mobile asset-management system can help increase fuel efficiency and decrease carbon emissions.
- Keeping Bogus Drugs Out of the Medicine Cabinet
By Jan-Willem Reynaerts
A number of factors are conspiring to significantly increase the potential for counterfeit drugs to wind up in our homes.
- RFID for Air Cargo
By Pankaj Narayan Pandit
An automated RFID-based tracking solution would not only solve most of the problems airlines face in managing unit load devices (ULDs), but also lead to RFID usage for more applications.