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  • Eliminating the Static

    By David Steidinger

    Electrostatic discharges can destroy RFID tags during their conversion to labels, but label makers are finding ways to short-circuit the problem.

  • In Search of the Passive Candidate

    By Shel Myeroff

    Sometimes the best-qualified RFID professionals are those not actively seeking a new career opportunity.

  • Helping Bags Make Their Flights

    By Andrew Price

    RFID promises to improve baggage service and save airlines millions of dollars. Here's what’s being done to help make that a reality.

  • RFID and C-Level Thinking—What If?

    By James Williams

    In order to maximize the value of radio frequency identification, an executive must stand back and mull over the strategic implications.

  • Moving Toward Gen 2 RFID

    By Wolf Bielas

    How to make your implementation a success.

  • An RFID Application Developer's Wish List

    By Mihir Mohan

    In order to take the technology to the next level, application developers need access to low-cost simulated RFID platforms.

  • Switching Off Credit Card Fraud

    By Prasad Paturi

    If a simple switch were added to contactless payment cards, the potential to steal credit card information could be greatly curtailed.

  • What I Wish I Had Known

    By Buffy Dorpinghaus

    The RFID project I managed was ultimately successful, but there were a few lessons I learned the hard way.

  • Gen 2—The Tough Questions, Part 2

    By Chris Diorio

    One of the architects of EPCglobal's Generation 2 standard addresses end users’ concerns regarding Gen 2-based tags and readers.

  • Gen 2—The Tough Questions, Part 1

    By Chris Diorio

    One of the architects of EPCglobal's Generation 2 standard addresses end users' concerns regarding Gen 2-based tags and readers.

  • RFID and China

    By Harold Clampitt

    As rulers of the world’s largest potential RFID market, Chinese leaders view the setting of RFID standards as critical to its economic strategy.

  • Think Infrastructure

    By Toby Rush

    Radio frequency identification is an infrastructure technology, and that's why so many people have failed to grasp its importance—and see where the ROI is.

  • To Win RFID Talent, Be Creative

    By Shel Myeroff

    The growth in RFID is creating a shortage of RFID professionals, but you can use inventive hiring strategies to beef up your workforce.

  • Calif. RFID Bill Is Unconstitutional

    By Daniel W. Perry

    Several provisions in the state’s Identity Information Protection Act of 2005 are unenforceable and likely to be invalidated by the courts.

  • Consider the Big Picture

    By Marlo Brooke

    For RFID to have real value, you'll need to address certain critical issues, both before and after its implementation.

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