Supply chain software provider GlobeRanger has been showing off a new RFID component for its iMotion wireless application platform.
Editor Mark Roberti recently attended Alien Technology's RFID course. Here's his report.
Several major Japanese companies are backing a research project that could rival the Auto-ID Center.
The Swiss semiconductor company will soon begin shipping a low-cost UHF chip for use in RFID labels.
Bucking the industry standard, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. plans to offer a tire temperature and pressure system that uses a low-frequency RFID tag.
Sirit will use Matrics' UHF tags as a low-cost option for parking and vehicle access applications.
A Finnish company has developed peer-to-peer technology that enables companies to share real-time product information, regardless of the RFID tag used.
The Japanese chipmaker recently showed off an RFID microchip that is just 0.3 square millimeter square.
The Germany company has added real-time locating technology from WhereNet to its RFID product line.
The Italian retailer plans to put RFID labels on a complete line of clothes and track items from manufacturing plants to the point of sale.