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  • The Puzzle of Putting RFID Tags on Beer

    By Mark Roberti

    An executive of Coors Brewing Co. spells out the unique problems beer manufacturers face in meeting RFID mandates.

  • Intermec Withdraws RAND Specification from EPCglobal

    Intermec has officially withdrawn its commitment to license on a reasonable and non-discriminatory (RAND) basis the RFID-related intellectual property for which it has patents.

  • Congress Considers Evacuation Tracking

    By Claire Swedberg

    The U.S. House is evaluating tracking technology for possible deployment at Congressional facilities in order to locate House members, staff and visitors during emergencies.

  • EU Publishes RFID Privacy Statement; Asks for Public Feedback

    The European Union published a "working document" on January 19th that addresses the use of consumer data generated from RFID.

  • Korea Aims for RFID in Mobile Phones by 2007

    Five revered South Korean technology companies last week founded the Mobile RFID Forum around an initiative to promote the incorporation of RFID in mobile phones.

  • RFID Used to Tag Cadavers at Scandal-Plagued University of California

    The University of California is considering using RFID to tag donated cadavers to cut down on the theft and resale of body parts on the black market.

  • SafeTzone Orders 150 RFID Readers from SAMSys

    SafeTzone Technologies, producer of the RFID locator systems installed at theme parks and ski resorts, has ordered 150 RFID reader units from SAMSys.

  • P&G-Gillette Merger Could Benefit RFID

    By Mark Roberti

    The union of the two CPG giants won't affect each other’s RFID plans, but it could help stimulate adoption.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Bob Violino

    AWID releases $500 Gen 2 reader; AIM Global opens online store; new handheld reader from Integral RFID; Avery Dennison puts out label-printing starter kit; Psion Teklogix offers RFID development kit; SAMSys and Zetes sign reseller agreement.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    Omron package offers compliance, Gen 2 gear; iAnywhere, AWID teaming on interrogators; compliance is king, says VDC; Savi reports two Asian ports offer container tracking; RFID to surpass EAS in smart label market; fractal antenna patent granted.

  • Intermec Withdraws IP Licensing Plan

    By Mark Roberti

    The Everett, Wash.-based RFID systems provider says EPCglobal's position on intellectual property relieves Intermec of any obligation to license its patents on a reasonable and nondiscriminatory basis.

  • RFID First-Movers: To Share or Not to Share?

    At last week's RFID ROI Conference in London, RFID early adopters were strongly encouraged to publicly share what they have learned from their experiences.

  • Thailand Falling Behind Due to Lack of RFID Frequency

    Domestic Thai interests are urging the federal government to officially allocate frequency band to RFID, concerned that the country is falling behind in RFID development.

  • Wine Bottles Get Corked With RFID

    By Jonathan Collins

    Italian vintner Arnaldo Caprai is capping its bottles with SmartCorq, an artificial cork containing an RFID inlay.

  • Interest Grows for Tagging Cargo

    By Jonathan Collins

    Major importers and exporters of goods say they expect significant gains from using RFID to track oceangoing containers.

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