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  • Oracle, Intermec Team on RFID App

    By Bob Violino

    The two companies are working together to RFID-enable Oracle's warehouse management system.

  • New Active Tags for Access Control

    By Bob Violino

    Axcess has developed battery-powered RFID identity cards that have a read range of up to eight feet.

  • Wal-Mart CIO to Speak on RFID

    By Bob Violino

    Linda Dillman will talk about Wal-Mart's RFID efforts at Retail Systems2003/VICS Collaborative Commerce conference next month.

  • Low-Cost Wireless RFID Networks

    By Bob Violino

    Ember Corp. has teamed with a maker of RF integrated circuits to develop chips for wireless "mesh networks" that could dramatically reduce the cost of deploying RFID readers.

  • Team Demos RFID/Bar Code Reader

    By Bob Violino

    Checkpoint Systems and PSC demonstrated a bar-code scanner that can also read EPC tags.

  • Sony, Philips to Test RFID Platform

    By Bob Violino

    The electronics giants will soon begin field testing an RFID payment system that will enable consumers to access online services with an RFID smart card.

  • Thin-Film Battery for RFID Sensors

    By Bob Violino

    Infinite Power Solutions has begun producing rechargeable batteries that could be used for smart active labels and RFID sensors.

  • RFID Enables "Physical Browsing"

    By Bob Violino

    Heikki Seppä, a research director of Finland's VTT Information Technology, envisions a world where consumers scan RFID tags with readers in their cell phones.

  • New ROI Calculator for RFID

    By Bob Violino

    The Auto-ID Center has created an online calculator designed to help companies determine whether deploying EPC technology will pay off.

  • Tyco Places Big Bet On RFID

    By Bob Violino

    The company, which sells Sensormatic EAS systems, will use its marketing muscle and international reach to push RFID technology.

  • RFID Touted for Tote Tracking

    By Bob Violino

    Beal Solutions, a logistics company that manages the movement of reusable totes, plans to incorporate RFID into its supply chain operations.

  • Startup Claims RFID Breakthrough

    By Bob Violino

    SmartCode, an Israeli company, says it can produce 1.2 million RFID tags per hour. Each would cost less than ten cents when ordered in volume.

  • Intellident Offers Portal Reader

    By Bob Violino

    The MultiScanner RFID reader can automate the receiving and dispatching of goods.

  • Metro Opens 'Store of the Future'

    By Bob Violino

    Updated: At a store in Germany, the European retailer and its partners will learn whether RFID can reduce out of stocks.

  • RFID May Boost Service at Banks

    By Bob Violino

    IBM will soon pilot a system that uses RFID to help banks identify and better serve their customers.

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