RFID Journal Blog
Travelers Should Demand RFID on Bags
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.14.2006
A New York Times story suggests air travelers in the United States are growing more frustrated about lost or misdirected baggage.
The ROI Is In the Bag
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.13.2006
Ken Porad related a personal experience illustrating the ROI airlines could achieve by tagging luggage.
The Six Sigma Supply Chain
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.10.2006
RFID gives companies, for the first time, the ability to measure their supply-chain performance—and most are not even close to Six Sigma.
Europe Embraces UHF RFID in the Supply Chain
Posted By Mark Roberti, 11.02.2006
The good news coming out of Europe these days is that big players are getting ready to adopt UHF RFID systems in their supply chains in a major way.
WJ Achieves a UHF Milestone
Posted By Andrew Price, 10.31.2006
The key to bringing down the cost and reducing the size of RFID interrogators is to shrink the electronic components on a printed circuit board down to a chipset. Now, WJ Communications has done it.
RF-IDing Americans Overseas
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.30.2006
After spending a little time in Europe, I've concluded the idea that terrorists are going to use the RFID transponder in passports to identify and kill Americans is more than a little ludicrous.
RFID Credit Cards Get Hacked
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.24.2006
Researchers have shown that names, credit card numbers and other data can be skimmed off a contactless card with the holder's knowledge.
Building the Channel
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.20.2006
Printronix is aggressively building up its channel, and that's important if RFID is going to become widespread.
Does Your Supply Chain React When It Rains?
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.17.2006
Linking RFID data with other sources of information, such as data about the weather and weather patterns, could prove to be a real competitive advantage.
Reports of RFID's Demise Are Exaggerated
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.11.2006
One sign of just how far RFID has come is that half the new technologies being written about are going to spell RFID's demise.
What YouTube Says About RFID
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.10.2006
The future of RFID is not only bright, but YouTube shows the future is also long.
RFID's Achilles Heel
Posted By Mark Roberti, 10.04.2006
Concerns about companies abusing RFID technology to spy on customers threaten to prevent consumers from realizing many of the benefits of the technology.