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  • RFID and Consumer Demand

    By James McQuivey

    By tagging people who agree to allow their shopping habits to be tracked anonymously, retailers could gain unparalleled insights into consumer behavior.

  • Why UHF RFID Systems Won't Scale

    By Hendrik van Eeden

    Proposed ISO and EPC standards for UHF RFID systems don’t allow for many readers to operate simultaneously in one location, which will dramatically reduce the effectiveness of any large-scale implementation.

  • Planning for RFID Data

    By Nicholas D. Evans

    As companies move from piloting to deploying RFID technology, they need to be prepared to deal with a variety of data management issues.

  • Europe Needs New RFID Regulations

    By Hendrik van Eeden

    Proposed changes to ETSI regulations surrounding the use of RFID systems won't enable European companies to use UHF systems for supply chain management.

  • Making RFID Work

    By Saket Batra

    End users need enterprise application vendors to step up and provide ways to take advantage of RFID data without adding complexity and cost to their IT infrastructure.

  • RFID Startups Hold Promise

    By Joshua Walker

    The next generation of RFID startups will come to market with solutions to many of the problems early adopters are wrestling with today.

  • RFID Isn’t Just for Big Companies

    By Mike Wills

    With all the focus on RFID mandates issued by retailers, many people are overlooking the fact that small and midsize companies can also use the technology to grow their businesses.

  • Will "Slap-and-Ship" Work?

    By Bob Violino

    A Pragmatic Approach to RFID
    Anthony Higginbottom, Global Director for RFID, Deloitte Consulting

  • Metro Future Store

    By Bob Violino

    Gerd Wolfram, Director of IT Strategy, IT Buying and Development Services, Metro MGI Information Technology

  • RFID and The Future of Manufacturing

    By Bob Violino

    Duncan McFarlane, Research Director, Auto ID Lab at Cambridge University

  • The Cost of Compliance

    By Bob Violino

    Christine Spivey Overby, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research

  • Meeting Wal-Mart's RFID Mandate

    By Bob Violino

    Mark Engle, Director of IT, Campbell Soup
    Mike O'Shea, Director, Corporate AutoID/RFID Strategies & Technology, Kimberly-Clark
    Tom Torre, Associate Director Supply Chain Innovation, Procter & Gamble
    Moderator: Mark Roberti, Editor, RFID Journal

  • The 21st Century Military Supply Chain

    By Bob Violino

    Edward Coyle
    Chief, DOD Logistics Automatic Identification Technology Office

  • The Innovator's Solution

    By Bob Violino

    The Impacts and Benefits of Disruptive Technologies

    Michael Raynor, Co-author, "The Innovator's Solution" and Director, Deloitte Research

  • Middleware Is the Key to RFID

    By Nicholas D. Evans

    To get the most out of their RFID systems, companies will have to deploy both new RFID middleware and conventional integration middleware. The key to success will be knowing when and how to use each.

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