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  • Security System to Balance Privacy and Supply Chain

    An authentication technique called "zero knowledge proofs" can purportedly balance the commercial benefits of RFID in the supply chain with the privacy concerns of consumers.

  • IMEC Announces Organic Rectifier for Tags

    By Jonathan Collins

    The Belgium research center claims its design for an organic rectifier diode has the potential to power high-frequency and ultra-high frequency passive RFID tags.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    DHS testing tags for US-VISIT; PEAK releases device manager for SAP; Ofcom proposes RFID spectrum allocation; TI supplying Gen 2 inlays for Lowry Smart Trac; Infineon sells software business; new Xterprise headquarters includes solution center; WhereNet forms internal security group.

  • RFID and the Cold Chain, Part II

    Last week RFID Update participated in a phone call discussion about the cold chain, which covered all aspects of the ways in which RFID is being used throughout the cold chain to improve old processes and expand into new ones.

  • RFID Industry Patent Consortium Announced

    Yesterday's announcement that an intellectual property consortium is being formed for the "consolidated licensing" of RFID-related patents marks a major development for the industry and one that could significantly impact adoption of RFID technology.

  • The RFID Patent Pool: Next Steps

    By Mark Roberti

    It will take five or six months to set up the intellectual property consortium, evaluate patents and make them available to licensees.

  • University of Wisconsin Debuts RFID Lab

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    An open house will mark the completion of the lab, which is being used by Wisconsin companies interested in RFID.

  • RFID and the Cold Chain, Part I

    Last week RFID Update participated in a phone call discussion about the cold chain, which covered all aspects of the ways in which RFID is being used throughout the cold chain to improve old processes and expand into new ones.

  • Cephalon Announces Item-Level Pilot

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The drugmaker is working with ADT Security Systems and OATSystems to develop an item-level RFID tagging system for its pharmaceuticals.

  • RFID Vendors to Launch Patent Pool

    By Mark Roberti

    Some 20 providers of RFID technology have announced plans to create a patent pool, which could end confusion and contention over patent royalties.

  • Startup Launches Low-Cost Tracking System

    By Bennett Voyles

    Q-Track claims its low-frequency real-time locating system is more precise and less expensive than existing systems.

  • Chinese RFID Direction Unclear

    Business technology magazine Red Herring has an excellent article this week on the state of RFID in China.

  • Encrypta's GateSuite Provides On-Site Security

    By Jonathan Collins

    The company’s Crypta Data Tag allows trucking yards to monitor loaded trailers and tractors, enhancing security and facilitating scheduling.

  • RFID Journal Announces Training Program

    By Ari Juels

    RFID Journal has partnered with OTA Training to provide comprehensive, vendor-neutral RFID training in the most sophisticated commercial RFID test centers in the United States.

  • ITC Investigates Symbol Based on Intermec Complaint

    The ITC has voted to investigate Intermec's complaint that Symbol imported mobile computing hardware from abroad that infringed on Intermec patent-protected intellectual property.

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