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May/June 2007

Magazine ArchiveMay/June 2007
MAY/JUN 2007

Features

  • COVER STORY
  • Excellence in RFID: The 2007 RFID Journal Awards
    Meet the winners of the 2007 RFID Journal Awards. Read about each company's RFID project, and see why it is being honored.
  • COVER STORY
  • Best RFID Implementation: Keeping Tabs on Printers
    Hewlett-Packard Brazil is a winner of the first annual RFID Journal Awards. By tagging individual printers, HP has not only gained visibility into its supply chain but also is addressing inefficiencies in its manufacturing and distribution processes.
  • COVER STORY
  • Best Use of RFID in a Service: A Prescription for Spoiled Drugs
    DHL is a winner of the first annual RFID Journal Awards. DHL's RFID temperature-monitoring solution gives pharmaceutical companies more control over their distribution process, which could save them millions of dollars.
  • COVER STORY
  • Most Innovative Use of RFID: Getting the Bugs Out
    Dow AgroSciences is a winner of the first annual RFID Journal Awards. With its RFID-enabled termite monitors, Dow is helping pest control companies kill wood-devouring insects faster and more efficiently.
  • VERTICAL FOCUS
  • RFID Takes Root in Washington
    Beyond the U.S. Department of Defense's sweeping RFID mandate, the technology is becoming big business on the civilian side of the U.S. federal government—and it could have a lasting impact.

Departments

  • Recognition for RFID Leaders
  • Recognition for RFID Leaders
    Introducing the winners of the first annual RFID Journal Awards.
  • RFID Traffic Cops
  • RFID Traffic Cops
    A team of Japanese researchers developed an RFID system to reduce pedestrian accidents at intersections.
  • Crash Course
  • Crash Course
    When you're involved in a car crash, waiting to be rescued can be a matter of life or death.
  • Slow Down, You're Moving Too Fast
  • Slow Down, You're Moving Too Fast
    RFID is giving new meaning to the term "snail mail."
  • EPCIS Benefits Manufacturers
  • EPCIS Benefits Manufacturers
    By sharing data with retail partners using the Electronic Product Code Information Service, manufacturers can cut costs and increase sales.
  • RFID Permeates Health Care
  • RFID Permeates Health Care
    Researchers have developed a prototype for an RFID system that could prevent sudden infant death syndrome.
  • Reporting for Duty
  • Reporting for Duty
    Manufacturers and retailers are using reporting and analytics software to capitalize on the newfound visibility that RFID provides.
  • Countering RFID Counterfeiters
  • Countering RFID Counterfeiters
    Some RFID vendors are taking steps to outsmart counterfeiters.

Columns

  • Designing Discovery Services
  • Designing Discovery Services
    Search engines for the EPCglobal Network will allow companies to find and share data securely.
  • Is Your Company At Risk?
  • Is Your Company At Risk?
    The SAFETY Act could protect companies that sell or use RFID anti-terror solutions from tort liability.
  • Spotlight on Five Hot Apps
  • Spotlight on Five Hot Apps
    When you think outside the supply chain, amazing RFID applications will be possible.
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