RFID Journal Blog
Greater Security for RFID Tags
Posted By Mark Roberti, 01.02.2007
Researchers, standards bodies and RFID technology vendors are all looking at ways to create better security for RFID tags.
Call For Academic Papers
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.20.2006
The RFID Academic Convocation has issued a call for papers for the fifth RFID Academic Convocation, which will be held in conjunction with RFID Journal LIVE! 2007. I am pasting the call below so that all interested researchers can contact the organizing committee.
Dealing with "False-Positive" Reads
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.19.2006
Companies no longer need to shield interrogator antennas to ensure they don't read tags they don't want to read, because software can now address the problem.
Thank You for Your Support
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.15.2006
I'm grateful to all those who e-mailed condolences after reading about the passing of my father.
Hold the Onions—and the E.coli
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.12.2006
Another outbreak of E. coli in the United States raises concerns and calls for more intense regulation. What about better tracking?
A Privacy Advocate for Consumers
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.07.2006
Ann Cavoukian, Ontario's information and privacy commissioner, is seeking to serve the interests of consumers—ensuring the responsible use of RFID.
Everything Is Smarter With RFID
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.06.2006
More products in more industries are utilizing sensors, and RFID could help make these sensors easier and cheaper to use.
Chuck Schumer's RFID Publicity Stunt
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.05.2006
The senior senator from New York has spread misinformation about RFID in a blatant attempt to get a little publicity for himself.
RFID Goes Hollywood
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.30.2006
Television and movie directors have latched onto RFID, but the depiction of the technology is often silly and sometimes damaging.
Software Needs to Get Smarter
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.27.2006
For RFID systems truly to deliver on their promise, software will not just need to be able to filter data, but to use it in entirely new ways, as well.e
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.22.2006
This year's symbol for RFID Journal LIVE! reflects the growing strength of RFID systems and their ability to solve real-world business problems.
Of RFID and Breast Implants
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.20.2006
How do you know if silicone breast implants are leaking? RFID transponders might one day tell you.