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May/June 2014

Magazine ArchiveMay/June 2014
MAY/JUN 2014

Features

  • COVER STORY
  • Honoring the Best in RFID
    Presenting the winners of the 2014 RFID Journal Awards.
  • COVER STORY
  • Marks & Spencer Embraces Change
    Based on the benefits achieved from RFID-tracking all apparel—and recognizing the importance of omnichannel shopping—the U.K. retailer plans to tag all general merchandise in stores.
  • COVER STORY
  • RFID Helps Bechtel Manage a Megaproject
    The engineering and construction giant is tracking materials from mainland storage areas to three sites on a remote island, to ensure the correct materials arrive at the right place on time.
  • COVER STORY
  • Hy-Vee Supermarkets Track Perishables to Ensure Freshness
    Suppliers include RFID temperature tags in shipments to the retailer's distribution centers, and the DCs reuse the tags to monitor goods en route to the stores.
  • COVER STORY
  • RFID Protects Students and Teachers
    Skyview High School deployed a safety solution that can summon help in a disciplinary, medical or violent emergency.
  • COVER STORY
  • Electronic Invoices Reduce Paper Consumption
    The Taiwan Fiscal Information Agency uses RFID and NFC technologies to enable shoppers to receive e-receipts.
  • COVER STORY
  • Post Foods Adds NFC to Cereal Marketing Mix
    Concertgoers accessed custom songs and video with their smartphones.
  • COVER STORY
  • Smarter Things
    NXP's NTAG I²C NFC chip enables consumers and businesspeople to use smartphones to communicate with myriad electronic devices, cars and buildings.
  • COVER STORY
  • Item-level Idealist
    Joseph Andraski saw the value of RFID in retail and worked energetically to promote its adoption.

Departments

  • EDITOR'S VIEW
  • The Best of the Best
    This year's RFID Journal Award winners included Joseph Andraski, Bechtel, Hy-Vee, Marks & Spencer, NXP Semiconductors, Post Foods, Skyview High School and the Taiwan Fiscal Information Agency.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • RFID Sensors Sniff Out Chemicals
    Researchers at Georgia Tech Research Institute have developed wireless devices that can detect the presence of hazardous gases in the atmosphere.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • Giving RFID Ears and Eyes
    A researcher at Duke University has shown that audio and video can be transmitted via passive RFID transponders, which could make way for new medical applications.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • Three Lessons the RFID Industry Can Learn From Apple
    While RFID products continue to improve, technology providers must do more to make them easier to deploy and safer to invest in.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • How to Develop an IoT Strategy
    Forget the hype and think about whether a technology or application adds value to your company.

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