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Transport Editor's Note

  • RFID Adoption Continues to Accelerate

    There are so many real-world deployments of radio frequency identification that even the mainstream press is starting to take notice.

  • RFID and Root-Cause Analysis

    Retailers, CPG companies and others are turning to RFID to determine why problems in the supply chain occur, and to use that data to continually improve processes.

  • Brains, Dollars and Technology Equals Security

    The U.S. government should fund research into how technology can help improve cargo security.

  • Everything You Need to Put RFID to Work

    RFID Journal's fifth annual RFID Journal LIVE! will provide new insights into how companies can leverage RFID today.

  • RFID-Enabling the World's Packaging Infrastructure

    A visit to PackExpo shows that we still have a long way to go before RFID will be embedded in product packaging.

  • The ROI of RFID in the Supply Chain

    Although RFID implementations are not without costs and risks, a number of companies in manufacturing, warehousing and distribution and retailing have achieved a 200 percent return on investment.

  • The End of RFID Middleware?

    It's time for RFID middleware providers to try a new approach.

  • Feelings of Insecurity

    The global supply chain remains vulnerable to a terrorist attack. RFID alone won’t secure cargo containers, but it’s a start.

  • Chief Evasion Officers

    If the CEO isn't backing RFID projects, then the board of directors shouldn't back the CEO.

  • The Clock Is Ticking

    RFID technology is complex and difficult to deploy. Companies that wait to begin learning about it are only asking for trouble.

  • A Time for Leadership

    This week, the Auto-ID Center officially introduces EPC technology to the world. Now is the time for industry leaders to step up and foster adoption.

  • EPC and the Need for Good Data

    Initiatives to improve companies' ability to share clean data will affect the pace of EPC adoption. By Marshall Kay

  • Labor Pains

    With Wal-Mart and its top 100 suppliers about to begin deploying RFID systems, the industry could be facing a shortage of qualified implementers.

  • RFID's Momentous Week

    Last week marked a turning point for RFID, but it's worth taking stock of where the technology stands today and where it needs to go.

  • A Little Bit of Passion

    Is it possible to get excited about a supply chain technology?

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