- 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.
- Taming the Elephant
By Elaine Mroz
To envision your company’s RFID implementation, first visualize how RFID can improve your company’s business processes.
- Standards Progress—It's All Relative
By Chris Martins
Although the pace of RFID standards development has been swift, it may also be too slow.