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  • RFID Journal to Give Away New Retail ROI Calculator at RFID in Fashion 2009

    All attendees at RFID Journal's conference and exhibition, to be held in New York City on Aug. 12-13, will receive a tool enabling them to estimate the benefits they can achieve from tracking apparel, footwear and accessories in stores with RFID.

  • Highlights from Baird's RFID Monthly for July

    Baird has published the July edition of . The 20-page document is a worthwhile read for anyone requiring an overview of the industry's last 30 days. For those without time to do so, we have reprinted here the report's summary.

  • Metro Group Says New Tag Helped It Meet Its RFID Goals

    By Claire Swedberg

    The German retailer is using Avery Dennison's AD-843 tag to track pallets loaded with food products, providing nearly 100 percent read rate.

  • RFID Weekly News Roundup -- July 16, 2009

    RFID at Wal-Mart, wine sales, a major RTLS implementation, $20 million in venture funding for one RFID company and €65 million in credit for another are among the highlights from this week's industry news roundup.

  • Singapore's Nissan Distributor Expects 90 Percent Gain

    By Dave Friedlos

    The four-story, 900-car operation expects active RFID tags will enable it to speed up allocation of parking spaces and locate cars more quickly, allowing it to process vehicles in one-tenth the time.

  • RFID News Roundup

    ThingMagic unveils components for Mercury5e reader module; Arygon introduces multi-protocol HF RFID reader; Kovio lands additional funding to print silicon tags; RFID keeps time with Seattle marathon runners; RFID hardware market slows, but will pick up within two years; AEM Technologies merges with CardFactory.

  • U.K. Startup Sees Pregnant Opportunity

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    A company named Cambridge Temperature Concepts has developed an RFID-based system to help women predict their ovulation cycles.

  • RFID Market Performing Unevenly During Recession

    The latest market data from VDC Research finds the recession is dragging down the RFID market, with vendors and end users differing on when the industry recovery will begin. The commercial services vertical is a bright spot for RFID sales, which are expected to top $4 billion worldwide this year.

  • PLS Uses RFID to Track Pallets, Containers

    By Claire Swedberg

    Packaging Logistics Services is offering RFID-enabled services to its reusable packaging customers, as well as utilizing the technology to manage the pallets and containers it leases out.

  • RFID Lets People Talk to the Touchwall

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Schematic believes its giant RFID-enabled touch screen can be a useful tool for providing information to attendees at events, and to consumers in retail stores.

  • King Fahd University Explores RFID's Potential

    By Rhea Wessel

    The Saudi Arabian school is working on a number of projects, such as using RFID to dispense medication, monitor a person's pulse rate and blood pressure, and manage energy consumption.

  • RFID Secures Command Center at Boston Pops Concerts

    By Claire Swedberg

    For a Fourth of July event held at the city's Esplanade, EPC Gen 2 tags and portals tracked who entered the room where federal, state and local officials worked to ensure public safety.

  • RFID Has a Future in Middle Eastern Phone Store

    By Rhea Wessel

    A Kuwaiti retail chain is using EPC Gen 2 RFID tags to monitor its inventory of Nokia phones and other items, as well as to improve customer service and security.

  • RFID Weekly News Roundup -- July 9, 2009

    The Fourth of July wasn't a holiday for RFID technology as several organizations collaborated to provide an RFID-based access control system and public safety officer identification system to manage the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular. This article highlights that, plus all the other RFID news and developments from the past week.

  • RFID News Roundup

    European Youth Olympic Festival to use RFID-enabled ID cards; RF-iT adds virtual tunnel to its RFID solutions; Seoul Subway to save millions with RFID ticketing; Pennsylvania lawmakers move closer to banning forced chip implants in people; Maryland hospital to use VeriChip's RFID-enabled emergency management system; Hi-G-Tek unveils new line of active RFID tags, readers.

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