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  • Produce Industry Seeks Yield From RFID

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    At a convention of produce company executives, speakers seemed hopeful they will cultivate a profit from their RFID deployments, but attendees showed some uncertainty.

  • Reva Announces RFID Network Design

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Venture-funded Reva Systems introduces a standards-based RFID network architecture and a reader-to-network standard, and is developing an RFID infrastructure product.

  • TI and VeriSign Collaborate to Curb Drug Counterfeiting

    Texas Instruments and VeriSign this week jointly announced "Authenticated RFID", a model of RFID data encryption and security that the companies intend to aid the fight against counterfeit pharmaceuticals.

  • Foundation to Create Free EPC Software

    By Claire Swedberg

    The RadioActive Software Foundation plans to develop software for all EPCglobal RFID standards and make that software available to the general public.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    Atmel, Innovision make smallest RFID reader; research group considers tags to track mags; Genestra releases reader for Intermec 700 Series; InkSure RF announces patents; Weber releases smart label software.

  • RFID Pharmaceutical Tracking Pilot Rolls Out

    This week saw the announcement of four companies rolling out what is considered the first commercial electronic pedigree program for pharmaceuticals.

  • SAMSys Signs Up for Intermec IP License

    By Mark Roberti

    The reader maker says being the first RFID technology vendor to license Intermec's RFID patents gives it a competitive advantage.

  • CEO: "It is Symbol's goal to lead in the RFID industry"

    Lest anyone doubt Symbol Technologies' designs on the RFID space, a CNETAsia interview with the Holtsville, NY, company's CEO Bill Nuti will set the record straight.

  • TI, VeriSign Devise Drug-Protection Plan

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The two companies have designed an open drug-authentication model that combines 13.56 MHz RFID technology and a public key infrastructure (PKI).

  • Gov't Agencies Do Not Consider RFID Legal Issues

    The U.S. Government Accountability Office this month released a report on RFID which broadly and, at about 30 pages, concisely discusses most aspects of RFID and its associated applications and issues.

  • Purdue Pharma to Run Pedigree Pilot

    By Elizabeth Wasserman

    The prescription drug manufacturer will use RFID to track and authenticate bottles of OxyContin as they move through the supply chain—from factory to pharmacy.

  • N.Y. Tests RFID on Domestic Deer

    By Claire Swedberg

    A number of the state’s deer and elk farms will try out UHF RFID readers and tags to identify and inventory their livestock, and possibly to control the spread of disease.

  • Avery Ramps Up RFID Inlay Production

    By Bennett Voyles

    The RFID tag and label manufacturer claims that its new system can manufacture RFID inlays at least 10 times faster.

  • Report: Disappointing RFID Growth From Wal-Mart Mandate

    Research firm Marketstrat recently released a report that broadly assesses the "entire RFID ecosystem." Entitled , the report considers the state of the industry today and is full of predictions for the RFID market's growth over the next few years.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    Infineon supplying inlays for Arthur Blank's smart cards; LG and Integrated Engineering combine products for ePassports; EM Microelectronic announces new smart card IC; three new bundled solutions from RedPrairie; TagStone launches, announces partnerships; research firm issues reports on RFID hardware, software, services.

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