- Siemens Offers RTLS Technology
The Germany company has added real-time locating technology from WhereNet to its RFID product line.
- EPC Moves Forward at 13.56 MHz
By Ari Juels
Tagsys and Philips recently demonstrated the benefits of using high-frequency EPC tags on smart shelves.
- Extending RFID's Reach in Europe
Palomar has produced passive UHF tags that can be read from 4 meters away with a 500-milliwatt reader.
- Smart Agents for RFID Platform
Vizional integrates auto-ID technology and provides agents that can react to real-time events.
- TI Embraces Prox Card Standard
Texas Instrument’s ISO 14443 payment platform promises faster data transfer rates and more security.
- EPC Doesn't Infringe RFID Patents
An intellectual property law firm retained by EAN-UCC has found no RFID patents that would prevent the adoption of the Auto-ID Center's technology.
- New Low-Volume RFID Solution
ExypnoTech of Germany is introducing RFID transponders in paper that can be printed using a modified inkjet printer.
- Intellident Offers RFID Consulting
The UK systems integrator has launched an advisory service for companies considering switching from conventional auto-ID systems to RFID.
- Matrics Unveils Two EPC Readers
The startup is introducing a UHF handheld, as well as a fixed reader that handles Class 0 and Class 1 tags.
- RFID System Secures Idle PCs
Access Denied Systems combines proximity cards with fingerprint authentication to lock up computers when users leave their keyboards.
- Alien Founder Joins Reader Maker
Jeffrey Jacobsen, founder of Alien Technology, plans to bring innovative technology to AWID.
- Tyco to Mass-Produce RFID Readers
The company has licensed technology from ThingMagic and will begin manufacturing readers this spring.
- US Tests Satellite Security System
A field-test starting this week should prove that cargo containers can be secured anywhere in the world.
- For ROI from RFID, Size Matters
A new report by Nucleus Research says the biggest return on investment from an RFID deployment goes to the biggest companies.
- Japan to Push RFID Development
Jun Murai, head of the Auto-ID Center's new lab in Japan, says his country will play an important role in the development of ubiquitous RFID systems.