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RFID Journal covers the manufacturing of labels, packaging and tags and their application in manufacturing, food and other industries.
RFID News Roundup
Impinj enhances ItemSense software, unveils Monza 4i tag chip ••• NXP intros Icode DNA chip for secure vicinity applications ••• Trimble unveils ThingMagic Sargas RFID reader ••• TrackX, Quest Solution partner to accelerate asset-tracking implementations ••• CYBRA announces RFID Lock & EnCode SmartSeal ••• RR Donnelley, Smartrac collaborate on smart packaging solutions ••• Metalcraft RFID tags perform well in university study.
Packaging Case Studies
SupplySentry Keeps a Lookout on Inventory for Package Printers
All Printing Resources developed an RFID solution to manage supplies at customer sites, which delivers benefits to clients as well as its own business.
RFID Journal LIVE! Europe—UK Report
At RFID Journal's first event in London, presenters explained how businesses can employ radio frequency identification technologies for a variety of applications in retail, manufacturing, supply chain and marketing. View the presentations from the event.
Packaging Editor's Notes
Still Crazy After All These Years
Why I believe more passionately in radio frequency identification now than I did when I first launched RFID Journal, 10 years ago this week.
Packaging Expert Views
Giving Nature a Helping Hand
With metamaterials, we can create thin RFID tags for tracking canned items.
Packaging Best Practices
Thinking Inside the Box
A new era of smart packaging—embedding RFID in boxes—is on the horizon. But first, technical challenges and cost concerns need to be overcome.
Packaging How To Articles
How to Select the Right RFID Tag
Do you need high-frequency or ultrahigh-frequency tags? Passive or active? And what about form factor? Here's what you should consider before you go shopping.
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