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  • Startup Opens Up RFID Middleware

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    A software integration firm is developing an open source middleware platform for RFID deployments.

  • Impinj Announces GEN 2 Solution

    Seattle-based Impinj yesterday announced the introduction of the first official RFID product release that meets the GEN 2 specification.

  • Marin County DA Saves With RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The district attorney for Marin County, Calif., says his department will trim 2,500 man-hours a year thanks to a 3M RFID system that lets it locate legal files.

  • Philips Ships GEN 2 Chips

    Dutch semiconductor giant Philips announced on Friday that it had begun shipping a trial version of its GEN 2 RFID chip.

  • OATSystems Bundles Apps for ROI

    By Jonathan Collins

    The middleware company has developed two solutions designed to help consumer products companies attain a quicker return on their RFID investment.

  • Impinj Announces Gen 2 Tags, Reader

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor and Mark Roberti

    The fabless silicon company unveils its Gen 2 tags and reader, saying it will sell the reader directly to customers and license its design and firmware to partners.

  • RFID Passport Controversy Heats Up

    The debate surrounding RFID-tagged passports is growing more intense as the United States nears introduction of the new technology.

  • Philips, Partners Testing Gen 2 Chips

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The semiconductor firm says it has developed a Gen 2 chip and is working with partnering companies to develop Gen 2 tags and readers.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    Sirit signs multiyear tollway contract; WJ offers open source software; VF Corp. picks Monarch products; RSI ID enabled for tag manufacturing.

  • InfinID Releases EPC Compliance Tool

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Using the company's own software and a variety of hardware components, EZ-EPC is designed to get tagging operations up and running.

  • Ritz Camera Improves Customer Experience with RFID

    With the faster checking-out that contactless payment provides, Ritz offers a shopping experience that is more efficient, and therefore more enjoyable, for the customer.

  • WJ Provides Open Source Software for MPR Series RFID Cards


  • Delta to Test Tags on Aircraft Engines

    By Mark Roberti

    Delta and Boeing plan to test RFID tags on aircraft engines in July to see if they can withstand extreme heat, cold and vibration.

  • FAA to Issue RFID Policy in 60 Days

    By Mark Roberti

    A representative from the Federal Aviation Administration told a gathering of aviation executives that it would soon publish its policy on the use of passive tags on planes.

  • Airplane Industry Looks at UHF

    By Mark Roberti

    At a meeting of the ATA being held today, Boeing and Airbus will propose amending the specification for tagging airplane parts.

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