- Honeywell to Buy Intermec
The acquisition, slated to close in mid-2013, will provide Honeywell's Scanning & Mobility division with more product offerings, as well as help it accelerate the company's development of RFID handheld reader products.
- RFID News Roundup
Xerafy Intros New Read-on-Metal RFID Label; Pennsylvania medical center adds RFID for parking management; Smartrac reaches one-billion milestone of providing RFID inlays, Prelams with wire-embedding technology; Insignia Hospitality Group's hotels install RFID locks; Awarepoint acquires new clients, deployments; Bosch Group, University of St. Gallen partner on R&D for the Internet of Things.
- RFID News Roundup
Confidex expands tag family for IT and enterprise asset-tracking applications; Elpas announces new Man-Down Emergency Call Transmitter; Internet of Things gains real-world traction, according to new study; NXP, Identive partner on NFC cashless-payment solution in India; AeroScout markets RFID-enabled evacuation-monitoring solution; NFC Forum publishes analog specification to promote device interoperability.
- CASAGRAS Says the Internet of Things Should Be More Than RFID
An interim report argues that the network linking the virtual and the physical worlds should make use of all automatic identification and data capture technologies, as well as other sensor and communication technologies.
- UN Publishes "Internet of Things" Report
The International Telecommunication Union, a body of the United Nations that coordinates global telecom networks and services, released a report entitled at the World Summit on the Information Society held the week before last in Tunis. This article highlights the report's contents.
- Verisign Won't Generate Revenue from RFID Until 2007
In this interview, the CEO of Verisign defends the potential of the so-called "Internet of Things" even while acknowledging his copmany won't generate revenue from it until 2007.