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March/April 2007

Magazine ArchiveMarch/April 2007
MAR/APR 2007

Features

  • COVER STORY
  • Kimberly-Clark Gets an Early Win
    The global health and hygiene company is using RFID to track promotional displays of its incontinence products. The result? K-C has improved its execution of in-store promotions by more than 20 percent, which should lead to increased sales.
  • TRENDS
  • Cold Chain Heats Up RFID Adoption
    Tracking goods with sensor-equipped RFID tags could revolutionize perishable-item transport by slashing spoilage-related costs.
  • VERTICAL FOCUS
  • RFID Takes Off in the Aerospace Industry
    As airplane manufacturers and government take the lead, airlines, suppliers and airports look at the benefits of tracking parts, tools, luggage carts and even people to improve safety and reduce costs, inefficiencies and flight delays.

Departments

  • EDITOR'S NOTE
  • The Promotional Value of RFID
    There's no doubt that end users, vendors and standards bodies are making great strides.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • RFID Power for the People
    A university senior has developed a social-networking system to share information about tagged objects, places and people.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • MEMS the Word
    MEMs tags will provide health-care organizations a more effective and accurate way to track and count instruments.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • Easing RFID Deployments
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • Where Is the Tipping Point?
    Widespread adoption of radio frequency identification in the supply chain will come when companies can act on RFID data to improve operations.
  • PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
  • Keeping RFID Tags from Prying Eyes
    RFID tools are emerging to help consumers protect their privacy.
  • PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
  • Honey, We Shrunk the Interrogator!
    Chipmakers are integrating nearly all of the vital components used in passive UHF readers onto a single chip.

Columns

  • PUBLIC EYE
  • It's Not That Simple
    Don't blame the FDA for not imposing mandates to speed up RFID's adoption in the pharmaceutical industry.
  • ASHTON'S VIEW
  • Perfect Harmony
    Different RFID technologies should work together to solve end users' needs.
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