- Progress Continues
- Human RFID Chipping: Privacy Versus Progress
Subdermal RFID chip implanting raises both the hackles of privacy advocates and the prospect of a safer, more efficient future.
- RFID To Flourish In Pharmaceutical Industry
Meta Group asserts that the pharmaceutical industry's use of RFID will outstrip retail's within 18 months.
- Disposable RFID for Tracking Paper
Swedish company Cypak has received $4 million in funding to develop its disposable RFID tag technology.
- Sybase Initiates RFID Solution
By Bob Violino
Linked to a real-time location system, Sybase's enterprise applications will aggregate and process asset-location data and deliver it to mobile devices.
- Behind the RFID Standards Brawl - Part 2
Despite uncertainty regarding IP and standards, companies should move forward with RFID technology to capitalize on its long-term benefits.
- RFID News Roundup
By Bob Violino
RSI EPC-enables RFID software; SATO offers Class 1 label printers; new active asset tracking system; Dynasys opens Online "RFID Superstore"; RFID alternative for pharmaceutical drugs.
- China’s RFID Conundrum
By Claire Swedberg
Deloitte & Touche warns that regardless of whether China establishes its own RFID standards, users of RFID technology need to stay tuned.
- More Retailers Mull RFID Mandates
It is expected that all top 25 retailers will ultimately release RFID mandates.
- RFID Payment System at McDonald's
McDonald's and Verifone partner to offer fast food customers RFID-based "swipe payment" using their MasterCards.
- Hospital Gets Ultra-Wideband RFID
By Jonathan Collins
Washington Hospital Center will install a UWB real-time location system throughout the facility’s emergency department.
- RFID Book Coming in the Next Month
RFID reference book to be released at the end of August whose four authors all worked with Wal-Mart suppliers to help them meet the RFID mandate.
- RFID Document Security by NEC
NEC introduces an RFID-based document management system in Japan.
- Controversy Flares Over RFID Patent Fees
Will Intermec's recent lawsuits stunt the RFID industry's development? Or would the company licensing fees simply be absorbed by RFID's unstoppable growth?
- EMS Debuts Passive UHF Tag, Reader
By Mary Catherine O’Connor
Escort Memory Systems designed its first ultra-high frequency RFID system specifically for harsh, high-temp industrial environments.