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July 2004

JUL 2004

Features

  • FEATURES
  • Start the Presses
    Conductive inks could revolutionize the tracking of products throughout the supply chain by making it possible to print RFID antennas—and, one day, complete transponders—for next to nothing.
  • VERTICAL FOCUS
  • Can RFID Save the Cattle Industry?
    RFID holds the promise of enabling governments to trace livestock and control the outbreak of diseases, but there are challenges to deploying the technology within the industry.
  • BEST PRACTICES
  • Collaboration Is Key
    For companies to achieve the big benefits RFID technology offers, they will need to work with supply chain partners. The time to start? Now.
  • BEST PRACTICES
  • Models of Teamwork
    Collaboration is the key to getting RFID's benefits, but there's no one right way to work with supply chain partners on an RFID project. Here are three models that can work in many industries.
  • BEST PRACTICES
  • 10 Tips for Effective Collaboration
    Here's how to make sure your work with business partners pays off.
  • HOW-TO ARTICLES
  • How To Get RFID Compliant
    What does it take to comply with Wal-Mart’s RFID tagging requirements? RFID Journal was given an exclusive look at the rigorous testing of personal-care products at the Sensormatic RFID Performance Center.

Departments

  • Editor's Note
  • Come Together
    Talk of collaboration must be replaced by action.
  • Out in Front
  • Protecting Water Supplies
    The U.S. military has awarded a contract for the development of an RFID-based sensor that could detect deadly waterborne pathogens.
  • Out in Front
  • RFID Gun Plays Into Privacy Fears
    Reports of a gun that can shoot RFID tags into people are not what they seem.
  • Out in Front
  • 10 Signs of an RFID Investment Bubble
  • Perspective
  • The Bad News Bears
    Media coverage of RFID technologies has turned decidedly negative, but do the news stories reflect the reality of the current situation?
  • Perspective
  • How to Read RFID Press Releases
    RFID is an emerging market. Vendors of all stripes want to jump in—sometimes before they have a product. Beware of vendors issuing press releases that are, let’s say, creative in the way they describe their offering. Be wary of the following claims.
  • Perspective
  • Privacy Conversation
    Sen. Debra Bowen explains why she believes it’s not too early to legislate how RFID technology can be used in retail stores.

Columns

Departments

  • Road Map
  • What’s Your Tipping Point?
    Managing the risk of an RFID deployment means knowing when to move from a slap-and-ship approach to a full-scale integration.
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