by Admin | Sep 17, 2002 | News
Consumer electronics giants are jointly developing a new RFID standard for payments and for communication between devices.
by Admin | Sep 16, 2002 | Special Reports
Will companies invest millions to deploy the Auto-ID Center's RFID system? Those who have examined the business case say yes.
by Admin | Sep 16, 2002 | Editor's Notes
Successful RFID systems involve a lot more than tags and readers. Gradually, all of the pieces of the puzzle are coming together.
by Admin | Sep 16, 2002 | News
New smart card will store the shape of a person's hand so they can be positively identified.
by Admin | Sep 12, 2002 | News
Athena Integration has introduced a software suite that uses data from RFID tags to transform manufacturing operations.
by Admin | Sep 10, 2002 | News
Matrics has introduced a line of RFID tags, readers and software and launched a program to line up system integrators.
by Admin | Sep 9, 2002 | Special Reports
How close is the Auto-ID Center is to creating a network for tracking goods worldwide? And what will the equipment will cost?
by Admin | Sep 9, 2002 | Editor's Notes
Our special report examines the prospects for the Auto-ID Center's proposed system for tracking products using a low-cost RFID and open-standards and lays out a roadmap for companies looking to adopt the technology.
by Admin | Sep 9, 2002 | News
Accenture recently showed off a prototype system for tracking unique items in a retail environment.
by Admin | Sep 6, 2002 | News
Flying Null has unveiled a new magnetic tag that could help reduce counterfeiting of pharmaceutical products.