- Next Up: A Passive UHF Reader in Your Phone
Apple's embrace of NFC means all new phones will have an RFID reader—but they also need to be able to read Electronic Product Codes.
- RFID Continues to Move Toward Mass Adoption
A post-event survey of end users who attended RFID Journal LIVE! 2014 reveals the RFID market is maturing and the technology is moving toward critical mass.
- An RFID Solution for Any Business Problem
At RFID Journal LIVE! 2014, there will be a variety of tags, readers and software on display for virtually any application.
- Another Year of Progress
RFID technology continues to mature, but has not yet crossed the chasm.
- Marks & Spencer Leads the Way
The world's largest item-level apparel retail RFID deployment shows the technology's value.
- Push-Button Inventory
We are getting closer to the day when a company can push a button and obtain an accurate inventory count.
- Signs of Momentum for RFID
Anecdotal information suggests that adoption is beginning to accelerate.
- Retailers Cite RFID in Year-End Financial Reports
American Apparel and Sears are two companies that have let shareholders know they are investing in radio frequency identification.
- Predictions for RFID in 2013
It will be another year of steady progress and consolidation.
- 2012: A Year of Progress
End users rolled out new RFID applications and expanded existing deployments, the technology continued to improve, and there were some major acquisitions.
- RFID in Brazil
RFID Journal's inaugural event in that country revealed great enthusiasm for the technology.
- Connecting End Users and RFID Providers
Every day, companies seek RFID solutions. New cost-effective Web site capabilities allow vendors to advertise their products and services only to those who need their help.
- Word Is Getting Out About RFID in Retail
Forbes, CNN, and many newspapers and business journals are covering deployments at Macy's and J.C. Penney, showing that the mainstream media finally understands the technology's value.
- Retailers Recognize the Problem—Not the Solution
A study conducted by Retail Systems Research indicates that retailers have in-store issues that RFID can solve, but they don't seem aware of what the technology can do.
- RFID and Data-Driven Retailing
Businesses run on data, and RFID allows retailers to collect a wealth of information cost-effectively, enabling them to better manage their operations.