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  • Wal-Mart Details RFID Requirement

    By Bob Violino

    The retailer provides more details about what it expects suppliers to do, and reveals that it is already live with EPC tracking.

  • Wal-Mart Opts for EPC Class 1, V2

    By Bob Violino

    Wal-Mart tells its suppliers that they can use EPC Class 0 and Class 1 tags for now, but it will make Class 1 version 2 of the EPC specification its standard.

  • Industrial-Strength Tag Team

    By Bob Violino

    EMS adds a new heat-resistant tag to its FastTrack line, to replace a discontinued Allen-Bradley model.

  • How to Manage All That RFID Data

    By Bob Violino

    A Forrester analyst says the answer is to determine when you need real-time data by looking at your critical business processes.

  • DOD Seeks RFID Interoperability

    By Bob Violino

    The U.S. Department of Defense is working with the International Organization for Standardization and EPCglobal to promote synergies for RFID users.

  • IP Offers RFID Integration Services

    By Bob Violino

    International Paper plans to turn hands-on experience with RFID technology into a new line of business.

  • Marrying Boxes and Tags

    By Bob Violino

    Carton and crate maker LINPAC buys majority share of U.K. RFID systems integrator Intellident.

  • Dockside Cranes Get Brains

    By Bob Violino

    WhereNet launches an RFID-based real-time location system that cuts costs for marine cargo terminals.

  • Matrics Lands Japanese Distributor

    By Bob Violino

    Mighty Card, a subsidiary of Marubeni Corp., will market Matrics RFID products in Japan.

  • RFID Transit Cards Help Retailers

    By Bob Violino

    A new report from the Smart Card Alliance shows how smart transit cards can drive up sales for other goods and services.

  • Smaller, Cheaper Readers on Order

    By Bob Violino

    Alien Technology orders low-cost small-scale RFID reader engines from WJ Communications.

  • U.K. Trial Addresses Privacy Issue

    By Mark Roberti

    Marks & Spencer has taken pains to address privacy concerns as part of a one-month trial using RFID to track clothing shipment and inventory.

  • RFID Tags for Harsh Environments

    By Mark Roberti

    Quelis, a Canadian startup, offers tough low-frequency tags encapsulated in protective epoxy.

  • Meeting Wal-Mart’s RFID Mandate

    By Bob Violino

    Three of Wal-Mart’s top suppliers discuss how they are coping with the retailer’s requirement to tag pallets and cases by 2005.

  • New Way to Print Ink Antennas

    By Bob Violino

    Carclo, a British company, has pioneered a way to print conductive inks with a digital inkjet printer.

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