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  • RFID Journal Introduces Channel Education

    By Andrew Price

    As part of RFID Journal LIVE! 2006, RFID Journal will offer an RFID Channel Seminar for VARs, systems integrators and distributors.

  • Raflatac Brings New Mix to U.S. Market

    By Jonathan Collins

    The Finnish RFID and label company has added a range of HF and UHF tags and inlays for the U.S. market, including some for item-level deployments.

  • Orion Pharma Tests Item-Level Tagging

    By Rhea Wessel

    The Finnish drugmaker is using RFID to authenticate individual bottles of Marevan as they move from the factory to the consumer.

  • Wrap-Up of RFID World News

    This week's RFID World saw a flurry of announcements as the many exhibitors jostled to make an impact at what was, by all informal accounts, the biggest RFID show ever. This article highlights those announcements RFID Update deems most newsworthy.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    TrueDemand releases forecasting tool; Identec Solutions releases new rugged tag; RFIP launches online RFID Shop; GlobeRanger expanding reach; Sybase announces middleware upgrades; ADT European test center gains EPCglobal accreditation; label maker demos clipped smart label; Cisco, RedPrairie collaborate with Intermec on forklift system.

  • RFID to Simplify Demand-Driven Future

    AMR Research's Greg Aimi argues that the roadmap to the eventual demand-driven enterprise will be made simpler by the use of RFID technology.

  • Congress Weighs Drug Anticounterfeiting Bill

    By Mark Roberti

    Recently introduced legislation would compel the FDA to require drugmakers to incorporate counterfeit-resistant technologies, such as RFID, into the packaging of prescription drugs.

  • SAP, Comtrol Integrate Sun RFID Software

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Sun's Java System RFID Software is now certified for integration with SAP's AII middleware; Comtrol is adding the software to its edge controllers.

  • Compliance No Longer Industry Obsession

    RFID World just wrapped up here in Dallas, Texas, and there was one theme that was undeniable across the conference floor: the diminished importance of mandate compliance as the driver of RFID adoption.

  • IBM Upgrades WebSphere RFID Platform

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Big Blue is adding new capabilities to its RFID middleware and opening a new RFID test and demo center in Ireland.

  • TI, Smurfit-Stone Demo RFID-Enabled Cases

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Texas Instruments and packaging manufacturer Smurfit-Stone have jointly devised a prototype cardboard case with an integrated RFID tag for the consumer packaged goods sector.

  • Avery Dennison Unveils New Gen 2 Inlays

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The inlay manufacturer says its expanded portfolio of Gen 2 inlays focuses on readability, new form factors and global interoperability.

  • Reporting from Dallas, Early Signs Look Good

    The annual RFID World officially began today in Dallas, Texas, from where RFID Update is reporting live. Rather than focusing on particular vendor announcements, of which they are many, this article includes some high-level observations about the show and how it compares to those of previous years.

  • RFID Facilitates Remote Baggage Check-In

    By Mark Roberti

    Starting this April, McCarran Airport will use RFID to track bags checked in at hotels on the strip.

  • HP Takes RFID End to End

    By Mark Roberti

    The manufacturer of PCs and peripherals is tagging printers at a Brazilian factory and tracking them through shipping and reverse logistics.

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