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  • Tagsys Debuts HF/UHF Reader for Retailers

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The company is demonstrating a dual-frequency reader designed to be integrated into point-of-sale terminals for reading tags attached to consumer items.

  • Sirit Announces Infinity Interrogator

    By Mary Catherine O’Connor

    Having recently acquired SAMSys, Sirit is rolling out the first product in a new interrogator platform SAMSys completed earlier this year.

  • Wisconsin Bill to Ban Coerced Chip Implants

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The state's legislative branch passed a bill banning anyone from implanting RFID microchips into people without their consent.

  • Policy Group Spearheads RFID Best Practices

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The Center for Democracy and Technology announced guidelines for the responsible use of the technology and the data collection it enables.

  • Altria, FedEx Stress Collaboration, Standards

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Altria's Jim Noble said the company has its eyes on item-level tagging. He and FedEx's Kevin Humphries stressed the need for technology standards to enable widely deployed RFID applications.

  • Saddle Creek Expands Its RFID System

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The third-party logistics provider is upgrading its use of RFID to allow customers—including many Wal-Mart suppliers—to make their services more comprehensive and cost-effective.

  • Wal-Mart "Next 300" RFID Event Wrap-Up

    In an effort to continue its phased requirement for RFID utilization by suppliers, Wal-Mart last week hosted the Wal-Mart Supplier On-Boarding Forum & EPCglobal US Tech Expo. The event offered the "next 300" Wal-Mart suppliers insight into what it means to be RFID compliant. This guest article from ODIN technologies' Michelle Reilly recaps.

  • Symbol Announces Gen 2 Tags, Converter Program

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The company is rolling out its first Gen 2 inlays, launching a line of asset tags and starting a certified converter program.

  • MIT and IESE Study Shows RFID's Value

    By Claire Swedberg

    In a study involving Wal-Mart, Gillette and Kimberly-Clark, researchers find real financial benefits to deploying RFID EPC technology.

  • Mallinckrodt Revamps Its RFID Roadmap

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The generic drugmaker says it will soon begin using Gen 2 tags, first for manual tagging and then, by year's end, in its production line.

  • ThingMagic Unveils Mercury5 RFID Reader

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The new interrogator offers the same functions as the Mercury4, plus added interference filtering.

  • SmartCode Offers 5-Cent EPC Tags

    By Mark Roberti

    The Israeli company has announced it will sell Gen 2 EPC inlays for 5 cents apiece in volumes of 100 million or more, and that it plans to go public.

  • Report: Healthcare RFID Worth $2.1B in 2016

    Research firm IDTechEx has released a report on RFID's application in the healthcare market and its growth prospects over the next decade. This article lists the key findings from , which predicts the healthcare market's consumption of RFID will grow to $2.1 billion by 2016.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    LXE announces new forklift reader; SkyeTek announces new modules, multiplexers; Adasa rolls out PAD3500 pricing; ThingMagic taps M/A-COM as global reseller; RF Shark trolls RF waters, American RFID Solutions offers e-Learning.

  • New Zealand Group Plans RFID Trial

    By Jonathan Collins

    A group of about 60 companies and organizations in New Zealand hopes to demonstrate the potential of RFID and help businesses implement the technology.

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