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  • Wi-Fi Alternative to EPC Technology?

    By Jonathan Collins

    A group says it developed an RFID system using Wi-Fi technology and video cameras that offers superior in-store inventory management and theft prevention.

  • An RFID Tag Shortage Begins

    With RFID mandate compliance deadlines just three months away in January, a demand for RFID tags has hit that the industry can't satisfy.

  • Report Calls RFID "Relatively Easy to Implement" in Field Test

    A recent report gives high marks to the results of a field test ChevronTexaco conducted using RFID to track materials between warehouses and ocean-based oil platforms.

  • PeopleSoft Announces the "RFID Processor"

    PeopleSoft today announced the "RFID Processor" module as part of its EnterpriseOne 8.11 line of products.

  • The Motley Fool Looks at RFID

    Popular investment site The Motely Fool highlighted RFID today, taking a particular focus on well-known RFID labelling company Printronix.

  • Institute Warns of Rash RFID Laws

    By Jonathan Collins

    Think tank Progressive Policy Institute says that inaccurate scenarios of possible RFID abuses are prompting the introduction of premature legislation.

  • TI Lays Out Path to 5-Cent Tag

    By Mark Roberti

    The semiconductor and RFID technology provider says it is developing a process to enable partners to produce low-cost RFID tags.

  • RFID Under-hyped?

    In light of last week's report that only 43% of British executives know what RFID is, is the technology not yet receiving enough attention?

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Bob Violino

    Kennedy Group launches fast label applicators; Paxar releases compact smart labels; Plitek earns Alien’s quality endorsement; Savi offers solutions for DOD supplier compliance; ThingMagic makes reader for handhelds.

  • Group Efforts Helping Companies Achieve RFID Success

    Some comapnies trying to work through the hurdles of RFID have taken to working together to sort through the problems collaboratively.

  • British Execs Largely Unaware of RFID

    A new study by Unisys indicates that almost half of high-level executives in the U.K. still don't know what RFID is.

  • Virginia Considers RFID for its Driver's Licenses

    The state of Virginia is considering adding RFID chips to its driver's licenses, a technique proponents argue will enhance security and cut down on identity theft.

  • MET Labs to Test Gen 2 Hardware

    By Mary Catherine O’Connor

    EPCglobal chooses MET Laboratories to conduct hardware conformance and interoperability testing once EPCglobal ratifies its Generation 2 standards specification.

  • Tire Tags Conform to EPCglobal

    By Jonathan Collins

    The Automotive Industry Action Group’s Tire and Wheel Label and Radio Frequency Identification Standard will now include the EPCglobal data format for RFID tags used to identify tires and other auto products.

  • Roper Buys TransCore

    By Jonathan Collins

    Roper Industries announced that it will buy TransCore—a long-time provider of RFID and transportation technology and services.

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