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  • Virgin Atlantic Finds Value in RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The airline says it learned valuable lessons from its part-tagging pilot project and intends to expand the system to other airports.

  • Pharma RFID Adoption - Retail All Over Again?

    AMR Research's Hussain Mooraj argues in this guest column that the pharmaceutical industry's RFID adoption hurdles resemble those of retail's. Specifically, pharma must be able to achieve real business value -- and not just mandate compliance -- from adoption.

  • Consumer Reports Looks at RFID

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The consumer watchdog magazine examines the privacy and security concerns linked to the use of RFID in consumer products.

  • EPCglobal Developing HF Tag Standard

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The organization is also convening a working group to add security features to UHF Gen 2 tags.

  • Report Sees Sharp Rise in Pharma RFID

    By Beth Bacheldor

    U.K. consultancy IDTechEx expects as many as 10 drug companies will commit to RFID trials in the coming year.

  • Lockheed Martin to Buy Active RFID Leader Savi

    Savi Technology has agreed to be acquired by defense contractor Lockheed Martin. Savi is a Silicon Valley-based provider of active RFID solutions to the defense and transportation verticals. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

  • Lockheed Martin Buys Savi

    By Claire Swedberg

    The technology provider says its acquisition will help it better serve government and DOD customers.

  • 30% Out-of-stock Reductions from RFID

    Attendees at this week's RFID Journal LIVE! were updated with the latest findings from an ongoing study by the University of Arkansas of RFID's effects in the retail supply chain. The findings indicate that RFID technology is resulting in a whopping 30% reduction in out-of-stocks for products selling between 0.1 and 15 units daily.

  • Companies Believe in RFID Benefits, Not Hype

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    At RFID Journal LIVE! this week, attendees received an update on Wal-Mart’s RFID deployment and tried to match their needs with the state of the technology.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    Intermec's new rugged passive tag for assets; Savi announces new sensor tags; Sybase scales up device support in upgraded middleware; NCR offering bundle, reselling ThingMagic; Psion Teklogix announces handheld for deep freeze; ODIN releases Gen 2 interrogator report; Arby's to accept RFID payment at 1,000 locations.

  • RFID's Impact at Wal-Mart Greater Than Expected

    By Jonathan Collins

    Early estimates of RFID's ability to lower out-of-stocks were too low, according to the University of Arkansas.

  • RFID Key to Integrated Product Coding Architecture

    Gary Page, US business development manager of Domino Printing Sciences' Integrated Solutions Group, argues in this article that organizations adopting RFID technology are realising the advantages presented by a more efficient product/asset traceability system.

  • Key News from RFID Journal LIVE!

    This week's RFID Journal LIVE! is seeing a flurry of announcements from the likes of ODIN, ThingMagic, Symbol, Sirit, TAGSYS, Savi, Impinj, Domino, and SmartCode. The most newsworthy of these announcements are summarized in this article.

  • DOD Quantifies Payback From RFID

    By Jonathan Collins

    Alan Estevez, assistant deputy undersecretary of supply chain integration, describes some quantifiable savings RFID has brought the Department of Defense.

  • P&G Finds RFID 'Sweet Spot'

    By Jonathan Collins

    Procter & Gamble's Dick Cantwell reports that RFID's most profitable application for CPG makers is with promotional campaigns and product launches.

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