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September/October 2014

Magazine ArchiveSeptember/October 2014
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  • EDITOR'S VIEW
  • Embracing the Internet of Things
    When paired with smartphones or tablets, these lightweight, low-cost devices can be used for a variety of business applications.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • Enabling Ubiquitous RFID Sensors
    Two NASA researchers have developed a means for low-cost passive UHF RFID-enabled sensors to transmit data when communication with a reader isn't possible.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • Drones to Capture Data From RFID Sensors on Bridges
    Combined with flying robots, such sensors could monitor the conditions of aging bridge spans.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • Can Apple Disrupt the Global Banking Industry?
    The company has changed music forever and had a big impact on publishing—and now it's taking aim at a growing segment of the financial sector.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • Why You Need a Chief RF Officer
    Having input from an RF technology expert could prevent companies from investing in duplicative technologies or systems that would interfere with one another.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • Brazil Is Poised to Become a Major Player in RFID
    The United States has been a leader in the radio frequency identification industry to date, but Brazil is emerging as a potential player as well, thanks to a number of deployments and innovations within that country.

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