- RFID Certification to Help Labor Shortage
The Association for Automatic Identification and Mobility and the Computing Technology Industry Association have announced a certification program initaitive for the RFID industry.
- ACLU Speaks Out Against RFID Passports
The American Civil Liberties Union has come out strongly against the U.S. government's initiative to embed RFID tags in passports.
- Ending Retail Scams With RFID
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
RSI ID Technologies is working with a Los Angeles startup to market a tool that uses RFID to thwart fraudulent product returns that cost retailers billions.
- RFID Needs Reality Check
- RFID Passport Security Concerns are Valid
Security warnings about RFID-enabled passports are being validated by an executive involved in developing the prototype for the U.S. government.
- Defense Sector May Miss Deadline
By Jonathan Collins
A survey shows that the U.S. aerospace and defense suppliers need to catch up to meet U.S. government RFID mandates or miss the compliance date.
- RFID News Roundup
By Bob Violino
PDC introduces new payment products; XINK to release ink for antennas; EXI upgrades Assetrac software.
- RFID Will Change Retailer-Supplier Relationship
RFID implementations are generally far from meeting the "act-on-fact" test in which they successfully enable the execution of an order at the precise moment of the order's receipt.
- Tags With Sensors Track Produce
By Claire Swedberg
An RFID-based service lets produce providers monitor the temperature of fruits, vegetables and other perishables as they travel through the supply chain.
- 2 ways to buy into the ID chip boom
- SeeBeyond Plans RFID Pilot Service
By Jonathan Collins
The enterprise application integration specialist says it will soon launch an RFID deployment service to quickly show a company how RFID can cut its costs.
- Sirit Files 3 RFID Reader Patents
Toronto-based SIRIT, a leading provider of RFID hardware, last week announced that it had filed three patents related to RFID readers.
- RFID Today Will Bring Sensor Networks Tomorrow
Intel's associate director of research describes RFID as a crucial step in the realization of sensor network computing.
- Government IT Execs Want RFID But Lack Guidance
The results of a survey of government IT executives indicate that a lack of guidance could be the reason for the slow RFID adoption.
- RFID Ushering in Age of Sensors
By Mark Roberti
An expert at Intel Research says the widespread adoption of RFID will mark the beginning of a new era in which computers anticipate the needs of people and act on their behalf.