- 5-Cent RFID Tag Unlikely in 4 Years
The ARC Advisory Group asserts that passive RFID tag prices will not have dropped to 5 cents by 2008.
- 5-Cent Tag Unlikely in 4 Years
By Diane Marie Ward
Average price of a passive UHF RFID tags will drop to only 16 cents by 2008, according to ARC Advisory Group, dampening wide adoption of item-level tagging.
- Big Consulting Firms Dive into RFID
The big consultancies are aggressively committing themselves to RFID, actively building expertise and adding consultants.
- Merger Creates RFID-heavy Mailorder Pharmacy
A new mail-order prescription company named NEXT GENeSYS was formed this week through a four-way merger. The company plans to use RFID heavily in its delivery infrastucture.
- RFID Consultancies Go Vertical
By Jonathan Collins
A report by ABI Research shows that consulting firms of all sizes are developing RFID integration services that focus on individual industries.
- RFID Serves Up Cafeteria Food
By Jonathan Collins
Deploying its contactless payment system at offices, hospitals and schools, FreedomPay shortens lines at on-site dining facilities.
- Malaysian Players Gear Up for MM Chip
Malaysian companies are hoping that the MM Chip will provide the country an opportunity to compete in the international RFID arena.
- RFID 101: The basics
- Big Brother, big business
- Malaysian chip may lead the way
The Malaysian government has actively been involved in development and promotion of the world's smallest RFID chip.
- Analyst: Pharma Industry to Embrace RFID
RFID will play a huge roll in the pharmaceutical industry, predicted Meta Group last week in a research report.
- RFID Through the Eyes of a Car Dealer
An Australian car dealer tells of his experience pricing an RFID implementation for his lots and why he ultimately decided against it.
- European RFID Market to Grow to EUR 2.5 billion by 2008
Research firm predicts the European RFID market will grow from EUR 400 million this year to 2.5 billion by 2008.
- Entrepreneur.com's Great Expectations for RFID
Entrepreneur.com magazine cites RFID as one of the defining business technologies of 2005.
- Healthy RFID Rivalry for Hospitals
By Bob Violino
A number of companies have begun marketing RFID-enabled healthcare management systems; Mobile Aspects says it’s already at the cutting edge.