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May/June 2010

Magazine ArchiveMay/June 2010
MAY/JUN 2010

Features

Columns

  • ASHTON'S VIEW
  • Innovation Is Stupid
    Amazon, eBay and Google were all dumb ideas.
  • INSIDE THE LABS
  • Every DVD Tells a Story
    It's possible to track 2,000 discs on a pallet if you pay attention to the way they're RFID-tagged, packed and stacked.
  • OVERCOMING OBSTACLES
  • Sidestepping Capital Costs
    New solutions make RFID technology more manageable—and affordable—for apparel retailers.

Departments

  • EDITOR'S NOTE
  • The Best Get Better
    Introducing the winners of the 2010 RFID Journal Awards.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • Inventory Control at 30,000 Feet
    The Air Force Flight Test Center is testing an RFID system developed by Boeing that could make in-flight refueling more efficient and economical.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • Focus of RFID Shifts
    Companies are now looking at RFID as a technology that can solve internal problems, rather than as a way to share data across the supply chain.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • It's All About the Problem
    How can vendors find—and address—the people for whom the status quo is unacceptable?
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