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  • RFID Passport Program Continues Apace

    The U.S. Government Printing Office today awarded four companies roughly $100,000- contracts to develop RFID passport solutions.

  • Metro CIO: RFID to Make Thousands of Jobs Superfluous

    The CIO of German retailer Metro Group acknowledged in an interview that the deployment of RFID across Metro's enterprise "will render thousands of jobs superfluous."

  • So. Cal. Terminals Turn to RFID for Trucks

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Twelve marine terminal operators are deploying an RFID system from WhereNet to identify the thousands of drayage trucks servicing the terminals each day.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    Avery Dennison, Printronix publish encoding specs; Lowry, OTA offering RFID training and certification; IBSS launches RFID tracking software, names Identec reseller; Axalto upgrading Taiwanese terminals for RFID payments; ASK offers two new HF interrogators.

  • RFID Shows Gains Over EAS

    By Jonathan Collins

    Systems developer IconNicholson says RFID is already a better security option than existing electronic article surveillance systems.

  • IBSS launches Healthcare Tracking

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The software company is offering hospitals a system to track assets, patients and personnel using active and passive RFID tags.

  • Report: RFID Tag Market to Explode

    A bullish forecast for the RFID market from market research firm In-Stat predicted it increasing from $300 million in 2004 to almost $3 billion in 2009.

  • GE Uses RFID to Secure Cargo

    By Jonathan Collins

    General Electric's Security division is developing a new RFID-based system that can be built into a new generation of shipping containers.

  • Successful RFID System Deployed in Philadelphia Hospital

    The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia has completed an initiative to RFID tag equipment and devices throughout the building.

  • U.S. Army Tests WhereNet System

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The Army is testing WhereNet's real-time location system in a Pennsylvania communication equipment depot for a possible permanent deployment.

  • New NASA Initiative Uses RFID to Manage Hazardous Chemicals

    NASA has successfully completed testing of a system that combines RFID with sensor technology to better manage the storage of dangerous chemicals at Edwards Air Force Base.

  • ADT Closes Large Deal with UK Retailer Tesco

    Tesco, a British retailer at the forefront of RFID adoption, has put in an order for 20,000 RFID readers and tags from security solutions provider ADT.

  • Tesco Picks ADT for RFID readers

    By Jonathan Collins

    The U.K.'s largest retailer signs a deal with ADT Security Services for 4,000 RFID readers and 16,000 RFID antennas for delivery this year.

  • Verisign Won't Generate Revenue from RFID Until 2007

    In this interview, the CEO of Verisign defends the potential of the so-called "Internet of Things" even while acknowledging his copmany won't generate revenue from it until 2007.

  • Study Sees Exceptional Wal-Mart Mandate Compliance

    A new report from consulting firm Incucomm of Dallas, Texas, represents the most recent hard data on the progress of the Wal-Mart RFID mandate.

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