- What if RFID Were Truly Risk-Free?
To accelerate RFID adoption, we need technology providers that can muster the capability—and the nerve—to shoulder the risk of implementations.
- Toward a Cheap Sensor Tag
The transformation of a technology negative into a positive could make it affordable to monitor the condition of many products and things.
- Every DVD Tells a Story
It's possible to track 2,000 discs on a pallet if you pay attention to the way they're RFID-tagged, packed and stacked.
- Tracking Goods and Sensors
A new air interface protocol that connects RFID sensors with the EPCglobal network will play a pivotal role in realizing the Internet of Things.
- A Decade of Progress
An RFID evangelist, cheerleader and agent provocateur shares his views on the industry's failures and successes during the past 10 years.
- File Under "Whatever"
RFID can take the "work" out of paperwork.
- A Consumer Approach to RFID
Moving from pieces and parts systems to packaged solutions can help end users achieve a faster ROI—and accelerate RFID adoption.
- For Small to Midsize Container Companies, RFID Makes Sense
Based on a study involving a real-life logistics provider, the average payback period for an EPC Gen 2 RFID implementation is between 12 and 24 months.
- Toward Better Asset Management
RFID tools and solutions can automate asset-maintenance processes.
- Order Out of Chaos
A fragmented warehouse equipped with RFID can save companies time and money.
- How RFID Can Help Manufacturers Thrive in Recessionary Times
With every economic crisis comes opportunity. A well-scrutinized RFID project has the potential to yield a strong return on investment.
- A Broader Definition of RFID
BLE promises to blur the line between Bluetooth and radio frequency identification.
- Increasing Read Ranges
An EPC-compliant Gen 2 active tag is on the horizon.
- The T5 Debacle
Airports don't have to wait for a global system to benefit from RFID baggage tagging at individual terminals.
- Dutch RFID Interference Study Is a Worst-Case Test
A recent study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association is not in line with the reality of most current hospital RFID deployments.