- Low-Cost Tags for Vehicle ID
Sirit will use Matrics' UHF tags as a low-cost option for parking and vehicle access applications.
- Peer-to-Peer: RFID's Killer App?
A Finnish company has developed peer-to-peer technology that enables companies to share real-time product information, regardless of the RFID tag used.
- Intellident Offers RFID Consulting
The UK systems integrator has launched an advisory service for companies considering switching from conventional auto-ID systems to RFID.
- Axcess Back from the Brink
The company has secured new funding and has introduced a new product, an RFID container seal.
- Savi Wins $90M RFID Contract
The US military has awarded a three-year contract to extend its Total Asset Visibility network.
- RFID Benefits Span Supply Chain
New business cases published by the Auto-ID Center suggest that RFID will have widespread benefits.
- Yellow Corp Takes RFID on the Road
The company is demonstrating RFID technology at its conference this week, and it may launch a pilot.
- Manhattan Associates Gets RFID
The Atlanta software company will enhance its supply chain execution product to accept RFID data.
- War Game Exposes Cargo Threat
RFID could help prevent the massive economic disruption that would be caused by a dirty bomb hidden in a shipping container.
- Track Vehicles by Cell or Satellite
RJI's new vehicle-tracking unit switches to satellite communications in areas with no cellular coverage.
- SAMSys Awarded RFID Patent
The RFID reader maker has developed an approach to identifying items, even when every tag can't be read.
- The Prospects for 2003
Many companies will begin RFID pilots in 2003, says AMR's Peter Abell, but getting tags could be a problem.
- Vendors Team to Optimize DCs
WhereNet and Elogex want to help companies to get the right truck to the right dock door at the right time.
- US Tests Cargo Security System
Six-month pilot by the departments of defense and transportation will use e-seals and satellite communications.
- Low-Cost Satellite Tracking Offered
AeroAstro, a micro-satellite supplier, has launched a new device for tracking goods in transit that costs just $349.