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  • Mitsui Completes Successful E-Seal Trial

    By Claire Swedberg

    When the shipping logistics provider field-tested an RFID container security system from Savi and E.J. Brooks, the equipment performed without a hitch.

  • Siemens Unveils Gen 2 System

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Some components of its first UHF RFID system, targeted at companies looking to integrate RFID data into legacy systems, are now available.

  • California RFID Legislation Shelved

    AIM Global yesterday reported that the California bill which had been rapidly making its way through the state's legislature has now been shelved.

  • RSI ID Making Millions of Gen 2 Labels

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The company says it is keeping smart label costs down through in-house inlay production and converting.

  • Polarized Response to RFID Mandates

    Evidence of an increasingly polarized approach to RFID is apparent as some manufacturers pursue competitive advantage through strategic use of EPC data while others remain motivated solely by compliance.

  • Lab to Build EPC Network Simulation

    By Mark Roberti

    The Auto-ID Lab at MIT is creating a simulation of the EPCglobal Network to study how data will flow within and among supply chain partners.

  • RFID Moratorium Bill Stalls in Committee

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    California's Identity Information Protection Act of 2005, which seeks to restrict the use of RFID technology in state-issued IDs, is being held up in the assembly's appropriations committee.

  • Key RFID Findings from Frost & Sullivan

    Research firm Frost & Sullivan performed a study on the state of RFID adoption and related workforce issues in North America. In this article we highlight key findings.

  • Australia's Military to Track Supplies

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The Australian Defence Force will deploy an active RFID system that will interoperate with systems used by the United States and other allies.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    Xterprise offers service for finding RFID's ROI; SkyeTek raises $8 million in funding; New ThingMagic resellers announced; N.J. hospital to accept VeriChip IDs.

  • U.K. Auto-ID Lab Looks at Aerospace

    By Jonathan Collins

    The Cambridge-based research center has formed a project to develop the use of RFID and other ID technologies in the aerospace sector.

  • Seeburger Releases Hosted Compliance Software

    Business-to-business systems integration firm SEEBURGER this week released a new service targeted at companies seeking an affordable solution to slap-and-ship compliance.

  • Publix to Test RFID for Produce

    By Jonathan Collins

    The southern U.S. supermarket operator will deploy RFID at one of its DCs to explore the potential for using the EPCglobal Network to improve distribution of fresh produce.

  • Portable Kit Enables Remote Tracking

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Savi is releasing a kit that can establish logistics or asset tracking centers in remote locations. Designed for use by the military, the kit can also be used for commercial applications.

  • Efficiencies Drive RFID Adoption

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    A survey-based report from Frost & Sullivan shows that mandates trail 'improved process efficiency' as the biggest factor influencing the decision to deploy the technology.

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