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  • System for Pharmacies Shows Promise

    By Jonathan Collins

    During a three-month trial involving 44 U.K. pharmacies, Aegate's RFID and bar code tagging system helped reduce dispensing errors and intercept counterfeit drugs.

  • Zebra: 2004 Was Year of Testing, 2005 Will Be Year of Deployment

    Zebra's senior manager for RFID systems predicts that "2004 was primarily the year of pilot testing RFID technology. 2005 is the year of deployment."

  • First Group of DOD RFID Contracts Awarded

    Alien Technologies, Avery Dennison, Intermec, CDO, and Lowry have been awarded the first group of the DOD's five-group 2005 RFID contracts.

  • RFID World Report: White-Hot RFID Attracts Vaporware

    Research firm Incucomm of Dallas, Texas, has released a 9-page recap of the RFID World conference held earlier this month.

  • NEC to Open RFID Center in Singapore

    By Claire Swedberg

    The multinational provider of broadband and mobile networking solutions is creating a facility that will offer a range of RFID services to southeast Asian companies.

  • Symbol Sues Intermec

    The RFID intellectual property plot thickened late last week as Symbol sued archrival Intermec over the latter's use of certain wireless communications technologies.

  • Symbol Sues Intermec in IP Dispute

    By Jonathan Collins

    Two major RFID companies battle over the licensing of intellectual property related to EPC-compliant technology.

  • Intermec Files New EPC Royalty Claims

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    EPCglobal says it has received two new royalty claims from Intermec Technologies, this time linked to a proposed Application-Level Events specification.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    Tiny tags from TagStar; SST and Dexit to combine loyalty cards with contactless payment systems; Paxar opens test lab to more customers; MPI offers labeling system; Zebra names Peak Technologies 'XML Printer Specialist.'

  • Intermec Wins First of Five Big RFID Government Contracts

    Intermec has won the first of five contracts to be awarded by the U.S. federal government throughout 2005 as part of the Automatic Information Technology (AIT) RFID initiative.

  • SAP and Intel Collaborate to Standardize RFID Hardware Integration

    SAP and Intel announced an RFID collaboration at the annual CeBIT show last week in Hanover, Germany.

  • 3 RFID Pitfalls to Avoid

    For those considering an RFID deployment, this article considers three "common mistakes" made by those who came before you.

  • Rep. Senators Vow to Protect RFID

    By Jonathan Collins

    A task force composed of Republican U.S. Senators announced it would work to ensure that RFID technology is not burdened with premature regulations.

  • Korean Seaport Tests RFID Tracking

    By Jonathan Collins

    South Korea's largest and busiest port, the Port of Busan, is deploying a trial RFID container-tracking system to help secure and expedite shipments.

  • FTC Asks RFID Users to Self-Regulate

    By Jonathan Collins

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission says that for now, companies should bear responsibility for addressing privacy concerns raised by RFID applications.

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