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  • Impinj Launches UHF Tech for Item-Level Tags

    Impinj today announced an extension to its GrandPrix line of Gen2 technology solutions that will allow UHF RFID technology to be used for item-level tagging applications. The Seattle, Washington-based company believes its new technology could prove game-changing for RFID adoption at the item level.

  • P&G Leader to Keynote at RFID Journal LIVE!

    By Andrew Price

    Dick Cantwell, head of Procter & Gamble's RFID efforts, completes an unparalleled speaker lineup at RFID Journal's fourth annual conference and exhibition.

  • EPC Track-and-Trace for Hemophilia

    Domino Printing Sciences today announced the successful deployment of a complete EPC track-and-trace solution for the administration of hemophilia products.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    Omron launches international Gen 2 tag; U.S. Army active RFID spending may surpass $400 million; Alliance invests in Goliath Solutions; Loftware upgrades RFID support; BlueBean selling RFID startup kits; SAP green-lights iMotion integration; Ingram Micro's Nimax to distribute Stratum's TagNet.

  • RFID as a Cross-Platform Abstractor

    This guest contribution from Manufacturing Insights' Joe Barkai considers the need to map RFID-generated data reads into an enterprise's business logic to achieve real, actionable information.

  • ITU Eyes Role in RFID Standards

    By Jonathan Collins

    After holding a workshop in Geneva, the ITU is set to lend a hand in the development of worldwide RFID standards.

  • Walk Before You Run with RFID

    ARC Advisory Group's Chantal Polsonetti argues that technological progress and ISO standardization will bring increased benefits for manufacturers implementing RFID, but she stresses the need for careful planning with an eye toward long-term scalability.

  • RFID Sees Gains in Health Care

    By Mary Catherine O’Connor

    A growing number of hospitals are leveraging their existing Wi-Fi networks to track valuable assets and locate personnel with active RFID tags.

  • Confidex Launches Reusable Gen 2 Tag

    By Jonathan Collins

    The Finnish RFID startup's first product is an EPC Gen 2-compliant tag designed to track reusable assets such as trays and dollies.

  • DoD Doubles Active RFID Spend to $425M

    RFID solutions provider Savi Technology yesterday announced that its contract with the US Department of Defense has been doubled from $207.9 million to $424.5 million. The increased commitment is largely a result of the war in Iraq, according to what the Army said in a statement.

  • Lantech to Sell RFID Stretch-Wrappers

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The material-handling equipment maker is working with RFID interrogator manufacturers to integrate readers into its Q-300 stretch-wrapper.

  • 2006: The Year RFID Vanished, Part 4

    This is the fourth and final article in a series from Dennis Báthory-Kitsz, who predicts that this year will be the one RFID vanishes. This article considers pricing, transport, consolidation, niche applications, and the welcome end of hype.

  • Metro Calls for Action on RFID Standards

    By Jonathan Collins

    One of the technology’s key retailer adopters cautions that until a single data standard emerges, RFID deployment will remain limited.

  • RFID Journal To Host Academic Event

    By Andrew Price

    Academics from around the world will share their latest research at the second RFID Academic Convocation, colocated at RFID Journal LIVE!

  • RTLS Protects Mine and Tunnel Workers

    Ekahau, the real-time location system (RTLS) provider, this week announced that its solution has been deployed by a tunnel work site in León, Spain. RFID Update spoke with Tuomo Rutanen, Ekahau's vice president of business development, about the deployment.

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