RFID Journal Blog
Kiss Another RFID Company Goodbye
Posted By Mark Roberti, 04.30.2012
Solutions providers continue to make the mistake of marketing to the 90 percent of end users on the far side of the adoption chasm.
Posted By Mark Roberti, 04.18.2012
Two winners of last year's RFID Journal Award for Most Innovative Use of RFID have found an interesting way to highlight their solution.
Winner of 'Contest for a Cause' Announced
Posted By Mark Roberti, 04.17.2012
Xtreme RFID, in collaboration with RFID Journal, has announced that Edward Blackman, from Caledonia, Mich., is the competition's winner.
The Passion of the Next Generation
Posted By Mark Roberti, 04.16.2012
I received an encouraging e-mail from a high-school student who is energized by what radio frequency identification can do.
RFID for a Good Cause
Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.23.2012
Xtreme RFID wants your submissions for how the technology can be used for the greater good.
About That Untapped Pool
Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.18.2012
Yes, there are many companies with problems that could benefit from RFID—but the vast majority are not yet ready to invest in the technology.
A Balanced Article About RFID Credit Cards
Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.13.2012
There has been a lot of misinformation about the potential risks of RFID-enabled credit cards, but a site called IndexCreditCards.com has published an article worth reading.
Positive TV Coverage of RFID
Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.12.2012
The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. ran a nice segment about Radient360 and IDBlue.
Solving Undefined Problems
Posted By Mark Roberti, 02.28.2012
RFID can provide insights into issues affecting a company's performance—even if that firm didn't know a problem existed.
Exciting Times for RFID in Latin America
Posted By Mark Roberti, 12.08.2011
There are many exciting projects taking place in the region, and they could impact the global adoption of radio frequency identification.