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  • WOZ Claims Tracking Breakthrough

    By Jennifer Maselli

    Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak’s claims to have created a network that enables assets to be tracked from up to two miles away.

  • Whirlpool RFID Enables Production

    By Bob Violino

    Stationary readers from Lab ID track containers carrying parts from a components warehouse to the factory, improving efficiency.

  • RFID Speeds Sorting of Packages

    By Bob Violino

    Siemens Dematic and Matrics say a test of an RFID-enabled conveyor system sorted cartons with 100 percent accuracy.

  • Power Paper Raises $15 million

    By Bob Violino

    The Israeli company plans to use the money to continue developing thin-film batteries for active tags.

  • RFID Solution Secures Passports

    By Bob Violino

    Three French companies are offering "Intelligent Film for Identification," which could make forging passports much more difficult.

  • Taiwan Uses RFID to Combat SARS

    By Bob Violino

    Officials stand ready to deploy RFID at all hospitals to control any major recurrence of severe acute respiratory syndrome.

  • Geest Embraces RFID Compliance

    By Bob Violino

    The Geest Group, which supplies produce to Marks & Spencer, is looking to deploy RFID for its own benefit.

  • Giant Eagle to Trial RFID WMS

    By Bob Violino

    One of the largest U.S. grocery chains has chosen new supply chain software with an eye to adopting RFID.

  • Vendor Touts 'RFID Ready Program'

    By Bob Violino

    SmartCode has launched a program aimed at retailers, manufacturers and suppliers looking to deploy low-cost RFID systems.

  • Playboy Uses RFID to Track Tapes

    By Bob Violino

    The cable TV station will save time and money by knowing where master tapes are at all times.

  • Industry Vets Launch ePC Group

    By Bob Violino

    Pete Abell and John Greaves have teamed up to offer high-level consulting services to retailers, suppliers and product developers.

  • Passive, Active RFID Tags Linked

    By Bob Violino

    Savi Technology is combining its long-range battery-powered RFID tags with passive tags from Matrics to create "nested visibility."

  • Toppan Gears Up for Low-Cost RFID

    By Bob Violino

    The Japanese company plans to begin volume production of chips that it says will cost 50 cents and readers that will cost less than $20.

  • V3 Teams with Alien, Xterprise

    By Bob Violino

    The three partners plan to offer mid-tier manufacturers and suppliers a low-cost way to meet Wal-Mart's RFID tagging deadline.

  • CEOs Get the Message about EPC

    By Bob Violino

    The Auto-ID Center's CEO Summit last week attracted some 150 top executives from major corporations.

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