The French company plans to introduce an RFID card that uses a 16-bit microprocessor and new encryption technology.
Power Paper plans to design battery-powered labels for specific applications.
The Finnish phone maker will embed chips in individual cell phones and track them from manufacturing to retail locations.
Datacard and Identix have teamed up to promote and sell fingerprint identification technology to banks and corporations.
All indications are that Phase 1 of the UK's CD.id project, in which music CDs were tracked through the supply chain, was a success.
FKI Logistex's mobile pick-to-light system speeds up the processes of finding and picking slow moving items in a warehouse.
Weak demand for RFID asset tracking and security systems has forced the company to cut spending while it looks for funding.
AMR Research says several major European apparel and footwear retailers are planning implementations for next year.
Cymbet has unveiled a flexible, thin-film, rechargeable battery that could transform active RFID technology.
Philips Semiconductors has unveiled a new RFID chip that will drive a system for directly measuring vehicle tire pressure.