The high-tech industry's e-business standards group will become a wholly owned subsidiary of the Uniform Code Council.
The leading biometrics company lost $55.4 million for fiscal 2002, but it is record growth for fiscal 2003.
Days after Texas Instruments announced plans to offer a 13.56 MHz access control system, HID Corp. unveiled its own product.
Visy Industries, a leading packaging company, has become the first Australian company to sponsor the EPC effort.
It's been a rough year for companies that make smart cards, but a new Frost & Sullivan report says sales may start to pick up soon.
The world's largest smart card maker reported dismal 2Q earnings and its interim chief executive, Ron Mackintosh, has resigned.
Texas Instruments plans to take on the leader in RFID access control with a new line of 13.56 MHz reader and card security systems.
The alliance with a subsidiary of Transamerica Leasing gives Savi access to a potentially lucrative market.
The company will monitor 30,000 six-packs of deodorant as they move from a manufacturing plant to three Safeway stores.
The U.K.'s Ministry of Transport will use smart cards to reduce fraud related to the inspection of vehicles.