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  • KPN to Use RFID to Track Phones

    By Jonathan Collins

    Trial participants will apply tags to packaging of individual mobile phones and track them as they are transported between a distribution center and retail stores operated by the Dutch telco.

  • The RFID Market's Holiday Wish List

    In this guest article from AMR Research, analyst Dennis Gaughan shares a holiday wish list for RFID in 2006. He offers four key elements that would make next year a successful one for the technology.

  • NCR to Begin Tagging Its Hardware

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The firm will use its own RFID products and services to track and maintain service histories on the equipment it sells.

  • RFID Takes a Swing at Ticket Fraud

    By Mary Catherine O’Connor

    By embedding RFID tags into tickets for the Tennis Masters Cup 2005, organizers were able to curtail counterfeiting, increase revenues and speed patrons' entry into the stadium.

  • Summary of Baird RFID Monthly for December

    Baird has released its December report. The twelve-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.

  • CompTIA to Close RFID Beta Exam

    By Mark Roberti

    Those interested in being among the first to be certified as RFID experts have until Dec. 31 to take the test.

  • TNT Steps Up China-Germany RFID Trial

    By Jonathan Collins

    The Dutch logistics and shipping company is expanding an RFID trial that tags and tracks laptops from a manufacturing plant in China to a distribution center in Germany.

  • Heavy Activity in Item-Level Tagging

    There have been a slew of announcements related to item-level RFID tagging in the last week. RFID Update tells you what you need to know in this article.

  • Kroger Turning to RFID to Stay Fresh

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The grocer has enlisted the help of RFID middleware provider OATSystems to help it deploy an RFID tracking system for its case-ready meat products.

  • 50% OOS Reduction from Item-Level Tagging

    AMR Research has released a report that suggests item-level RFID tagging can yield significant benefits today if managed correctly. When targeted only at certain consumer goods categories, item-level tagging can yield a whopping 50% improvement in stock availability. Read this article for more on the findings.

  • Intune Producing RFID Tag Antennas

    By Jonathan Collins

    The Finnish startup says it is currently making 5 million tag antennas a month, but its annual production capacity will reach 1.3 billion antennas by the middle of next year.

  • Impinj Raises $26.5, Turns First Profit

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The company says this fourth round will likely be its last, as it turns a profit this quarter and considers an IPO.

  • Impinj Lands $26.5M in 4th Round of Funding

    Chip maker Impinj of Seattle, Washington, today announced that it has secured a $26.5 million round of funding.

  • Sports Fans Use RFID to Pay and Play

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    A group of season ticket holders at Atlanta's Philips Arena can use RFID-enabled cell phones to download video clips and pictures of players—and, eventually, to make purchases.

  • RFID Watches Over School Kids in Japan

    By Claire Swedberg

    A group of children in Yokohama City wears active tags to keep them safe on their way to and from school.

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