RFID Journal Blog
Tracking Turtles With RFID
Posted By Mark Roberti, 07.27.2011
A friend of mine seeks assistance in tracking turtles at a wildlife sanctuary in South Carolina.
More Companies Turn to RFID to Manage Logistics
Posted By Mark Roberti, 07.07.2011
A recently released survey indicated that one-third of respondents are already using the technology, and that another 27 percent plan to do so within the next two years.
RFID Journal Memorabilia
Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.22.2011
If the dirt under Derek Jeter's feet is valuable, maybe we can auction off pieces of Tagman and other bits of RFID Journal's history.
Seeing RFID Through a Bar-Coded Lens
Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.20.2011
A post by technology historian Edward Tenner on The Atlantic's Web site raises some interesting issues—and draws some erroneous conclusions.
Remembering Alan Haberman
Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.17.2011
The bar-code pioneer was a huge supporter of RFID technology and RFID Journal.
New Report on RFID Intellectual Property
Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.07.2011
Innography, a company that offers an online intellectual-property business-intelligence application, has produced a report on radio frequency identification IP.
Europe's E. coli Outbreak
Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.03.2011
The tragic deaths of 18 people in Europe from an outbreak of E. coli poisoning highlights, once again, the need for traceability in the food supply chain.
Research Suggests Retailers Focus on Multi-Channel Selling
Posted By Mark Roberti, 05.05.2011
A new report from Retail Systems Research indicates that greater investment in stores yields a diminishing return, and that the real opportunity is on omni-channel fulfillment—which is precisely why retailers should be investing in RFID.
Impinj Files for an IPO
Posted By Mark Roberti, 04.28.2011
A successful listing of its shares would be a boon to the RFID industry.
Some Sanity—At Last—Regarding Credit-Card Skimming
Posted By Mark Roberti, 04.27.2011
Just when I think the mainstream media is incapable of writing anything objective about RFID, The New York Times reports that there are no instances of credit-card information being stolen due to the cards having an RFID transponder in them.
Tweeting for (VC) Dollars
Posted By RFID Journal, 04.26.2011
RFID Global Solution has won a competition for the best elevator pitch, delivered to venture capitalists via Twitter.