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  • RFID Device Serves as Plumber's Helper

    By Claire Swedberg

    An RFID-enabled monitoring device can recognize when a toilet is leaking or overflowing and shut off the water source automatically.

  • Group Studies RFID to Stop Digital Piracy

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    UCLA researchers are developing the technological infrastructure behind RFID-enabled DVD players that would play only tagged DVDs.

  • Doubt from Across the Industry

    Observations on the state of RFID have taken a mildly sober tone of late, with many wondering when the long-anticipated industry acceleration and prosperity is going to finally take hold.

  • Company Makes Smart Cases, Pallets

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    An IT services firm says it is embedding tags in reusable cardboard cases and pallets that can be reused up to 100 times.

  • CEO Interview: New Intermec Licensing Brings Closure

    RFID Update spoke with president and CEO Tom Miller today about Intermec's hopes and expectations for what is called the RFID Rapid Start Licensing Program.

  • Boeing Tags Shipments to the DOD

    By Claire Swedberg

    Boeing's defense division has begun sending RFID tagged shipments of aircraft parts to military distribution depots.

  • New Tool for Assessing RFID's Value

    By Jonathan Collins

    EPCglobal is offering its members a free spreadsheet application they can use to calculate business costs and gains from deploying an EPC RFID system.

  • Group Finalizes Drug Security Network

    By Bennett Voyles

    Capgemini, SupplyScape and several major pharmaceutical companies say they have completed designing the architecture of an RFID-enabled drug pedigree system.

  • Cisco's RFID Asset Tracker Raises Questions

    A new product from Cisco uses active RFID and wireless LAN technology to help provide device tracking that can be used across a number of industries and environments.

  • California RFID Bill Making Progress

    A California politician has introduced a bill that would make illegal the embedding of RFID tags in state-issued identification documents like driver's licenses and state employee cards.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    Zebra releases new print engine; ThingMagic adds reseller; SATO to distribute SAMSys readers; RedPrairie to offer Wavetrend hardware.

  • RFID Journal Announces Conference Dates

    By Ari Juels

    The world's RFID authority has announced dates for an executive conference in Europe and RFID Journal LIVE! 2006.

  • Intermec Announces New Licensing Program

    Intermec yesterday announced the RFID Rapid Start Licensing Program aimed at making the license of its patent portfolio temporarily simpler and more affordable.

  • Industrial Hoses Couple Up With RFID

    By Jonathan Collins

    A company embeds RFID tags in the hose couplings its makes so that couplings and hoses can be easily tracked and maintained.

  • Finnish Venture to Make RFID Antennas

    By Jonathan Collins

    Two major Finnish industrials and a government venture fund establish a company to produce hundreds of millions of low-cost RFID antennas a year.

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