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May/June 2009

Magazine ArchiveMay/June 2009
MAY/JUN 2009

Features

  • PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
  • RFID Smart Shelves and Cabinets
    Smart fixtures help businesses store, organize and inventory an array of high-value items accurately and with only minimal human intervention. Here's what you need to know to choose the system that best fits your company's needs.
  • VERTICAL FOCUS
  • Zipping Up Benefits
    In the new economic reality, where the apparel and footwear industry can't count on consumers' boom-time shopping sprees, retailers are turning to RFID to increase sales, reduce losses and gain efficiencies.
  • FEATURE
  • RFID Helps German Publisher Put Focus on Ads
    A forward-looking magazine employs an emerging technology to prove that an old medium isn't dead.
  • FEATURE
  • A Bird's-Eye View
    The SMART Container, voted the best new product at RFID Journal LIVE!, provides a new level of visibility into cargo shipments.
  • FEATURE
  • Benefits Up and Down the Ski Slope
    Vail Resorts' RFID ski lift pass program enhances the customer experience while improving business operations.
  • FEATURE
  • An RFID Fashion Statement
    Switzerland's Charles Vögele Group discovers that fashions tracked and managed via RFID are always in style.

Departments

  • EDITOR'S NOTE
  • RFID Is Getting Better All the Time
    Presenting the third annual RFID Journal Awards.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • RFID Sniffs Out Poison
    Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology's Georgia Electronic Design Center develop a batteryless RFID tag to monitor air quality.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • Sensors Pinpoint Snipers
    Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology's Georgia Electronic Design Center develop a batteryless RFID tag to monitor air quality.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • Economic Downturn May Spur RFID Adoption
    As companies work to cut costs and reduce overhead wherever possible, RFID technologies now look more appealing.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • Déjà Flu
    For doctors and nurses responding to a pandemic, an RFID system could be a matter of life and death.

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