2011 RFID Journal Awards: Excellence in RFID

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Presenting this year's winners.

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On April 14, 2011, we presented the fifth annual RFID Journal Awards for outstanding achievement in radio frequency identification, at RFID Journal LIVE! 2011, our ninth annual conference and exhibition. You can read about each end user's RFID project in the following stories. You'll also learn how Intelleflex's TMT-8500 temperature-tracking tags promise to help reduce food spoilage and waste, and why Chris Diorio sets the RFID standard. In addition, you can view all the presentations and acceptance speeches in the video library on our site.

From left: Chris Diorio, Impinj; Eduardo Valdes, Gruma Corp.'s Mission Foods; Peter Mehring, Intelleflex; Christian von Grone, Gerry Weber International; Bob Midyette, Royal Caribbean International; Yung Y. Liu, Argonne National Laboratory; and James Shuler, U.S. Department of Energy (Photo: Tom Hurst)

The Winners (click below to access individual stories):

Gerry Weber International, Best RFID Implementation (read story: Gerry Weber's Pain-Free RFID Revolution)

Royal Caribbean International, Best Use of RFID to Enhance a Product or Service (read story: RFID Delivers a Royal Payback)

U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory, Most Innovative Use of RFID (read story: Tracking and Monitoring the Deadliest Cache)

Mission Foods, RFID Green Award (read story: The Greening of Mission Foods )

Intelleflex, Best New RFID Product (read story: Reducing Food Spoilage and Waste)

Impinj's Chris Diorio, Special Achievement in RFID (read story: Setting the RFID Standard)