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  • Business As Unusual

    By Doug Farry

    The federal government is using RFID in ways that will impact your business.

  • RFID for Everyone

    By Elgar Fleisch and Thorsten Staake

    If EPCglobal and the Near Field Communication Forum join forces, consumers could use mobile phones to access the Internet of Things.

  • Return on Innovation

    By Kevin Ashton

    Return on investment is not the only way to calculate the value of RFID.

  • Spotlight on Five Hot Apps

    By Kevin Ashton

    When you think outside the supply chain, amazing RFID applications will be possible.

  • Is Your Company At Risk?

    By Ray Biagini

    The SAFETY Act could protect companies that sell or use RFID anti-terror solutions from tort liability.

  • Designing Discovery Services

    By Mark Harrison

    Search engines for the EPCglobal Network will allow companies to find and share data securely.

  • Perfect Harmony

    By Kevin Ashton

    Different RFID technologies should work together to solve end users' needs.

  • It's Not That Simple

    By Douglas Farry

    Don't blame the FDA for not imposing mandates to speed up RFID's adoption in the pharmaceutical industry.

  • Five Predictions for '07

    By Kevin Ashton

    2007 will be another fascinating year of RFID growth and innovation.

  • The Ratification of EPCIS

    By Mike Meranda

    The EPCglobal Network is now open for business, allowing trading partners to share information and gain business value.

  • Authentication and Security

    By Behnam Jamali

    New encryption techniques promise to make the use of RFID applications more secure, increasing the public's trust in the technology.

  • The New Killer App

    By Kevin Ashton

    RFID has the potential to give physical objects security levels that today are available only to electronic information.

  • The Suing Game

    By Rel S. Ambrozy

    End users can take steps to guard against patent infringement liability.

  • The Evolution of EPC

    By Mike Meranda

    This new species of technology is adapting to the needs of the RFID community.

  • The Living Product

    By Duncan McFarlane

    RFID network strategies can enable easy access to information about the history of a part or product.

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