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  • ODIN Upgrades Its Tag-Testing Tool

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The systems integrator known for its scientific RF testing methods has upgraded Trifecta, the tag-testing software it launched last October.

  • Bob Metcalfe Joins RFID Investor Seminar

    By Ari Juels

    The inventor of Ethernet, now a partner with Polaris Ventures, will moderate two panel discussions at RFID Journal LIVE! 2005.

  • RFID Misinformation Propagates

    Until RFID purveyors and implementors start resonding by educating their consumers, the general public can't be blamed for their resistance to the technology's adoption.

  • Alien CEO: 10 Cent Tags in 2007

    Alien CEO Stavro Prodromou said at last week's RFID World that he expects tag prices to fall to only 10 cents by 2007.

  • Despite RFID Baggage Tagging Benefits, Cost Remain Hurdle

    The New York Times published an article today highlighting the potential cost savings to airlines from reduced lost luggage through the RFID tagging of bags.

  • RFID Key to New Dept of Homeland Security Card

    In May, an RFID and biometric access card will start being issued to as many as 40,000 employees of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

  • RFID "Police Robots" to Debut in Japan

    Japan will see the introduction of a new RFID-enabled crime-fighting technology next year in Osaka.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    Alien Technology releases compliance package; retailer- and DOD-compliance packages from EIS; SmartCode providing education, materials for DOD suppliers; supply chain security courses available; IDVelocity updates software for RFID; Vizional receives $3.5 million; ScanSource to distribute Printronix goods.

  • RFID Tagging of Japanese Students Continues

    Popular technology blog Engadget reports that a school in Japan where students go for special tutoring has deployed RFID to track its patrons comings and goings.

  • China Comes to RFID World to Discuss Standards

    A number of representatives from China were on hand at this week's RFID World conference in Dallas.

  • Harvard Medical CIO Loves Implanted RFID Chip

    In a recent Forbes.com Executive Toy Box section, Harvard Medical CIO John Halamka, the man who in January had the VeriChip implanted to test the controversial device's medical merits, apparently loves the device.

  • Early RFID Adopters Will Be Winners

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Wal-Mart's CIO and EPCglobal US's president told conference attendees in Dallas this week that end users will reap RFID's benefits by adopting the technology now.

  • Aviation Industry Forums

    By Ari Juels

    Airbus and Boeing are introducing RFID in their supply chain. If you do business with either, or both, you need to understand how to meet their tagging requirements—and benefit from the technology internally to maintain your competitive advantage.

  • EPCglobal Sets Up New Working Groups

    By Mark Roberti

    The hardware action group has assigned teams to develop specifications for Class 2 tags, evaluate conformance testing for tags and readers based on the Gen 2 standard and tackle other issues.

  • EU RFID Spending to Near $1.9 Billion

    By Jonathan Collins

    The western European RFID market will approach $1.9 billion by 2009, up from $464 million in 2004, according to a report.

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