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Editor's Note

  • An Update on EPC RFID Adoption

    By Mark Roberti

    Some leading adopters of EPC RFID say they wish they were further along, but are comfortable with the progress they've made to date.

  • The Value Is in the Data

    By Mark Roberti

    Many Sam's Club suppliers still don't understand how Electronic Product Code systems and standards enable companies to improve the way they do business.

  • Reducing Shrink With RFID

    By Mark Roberti

    More companies are looking to use RFID to reduce theft, but can it do the job?

  • EPC Adoption Rates Matter

    By Mark Roberti

  • The Tough Get Going

    By Mark Roberti

    Some companies are moaning about higher energy prices, the credit squeeze—even RFID tagging requirements—but others are seizing the opportunity.

  • The Impact of the Financial Crisis

    By Mark Roberti

    It's unlikely the current turmoil on Wall Street will have a huge impact on the RFID industry, but it could hurt some startups.

  • Use RFID to Put the Patient First

    By Mark Roberti

    Many hospitals are evaluating RFID to improve asset management, but they should also consider improving the way they treat and manage patients.

  • Déjà Vu All Over Again

    By Mark Roberti

    As they did with Wal-Mart, many suppliers are assuming Sam's Club will back off its EPC tagging requirements.

  • An Unscientific Article on RFID and Privacy

    By Mark Roberti

    A renowned U.S. magazine has published an article by a well-known opponent of RFID that presents a one-sided view of the privacy and security issues associated with RFID.

  • Retailers Need to Share the Wealth (of Data)

    By Mark Roberti

    If retailers want their suppliers to absorb the cost of tagging at the source of manufacture, they need to share more information in return.

  • Tagging Sellable Units

    By Mark Roberti

    Sam's Club has spelled out an aggressive timetable for item-level tracking. Help is at hand, so suppliers can successfully tag a wide variety of products and achieve internal benefits.

  • Protecting the Food Supply

    By Mark Roberti

    Greater regulation might be required to protect the food supply, and if the government takes the initiative to encourage the use of RFID technology, it would ease the pain of compliance.

  • Big Benefits for Midsize Firms

    By Mark Roberti

  • DOD Soon to Reveal Its RFID Progress

    By Mark Roberti

    The U.S. Department of Defense has been fairly quiet regarding its RFID rollout over the past two years, but it soon plans to showcase some of what it has been up to.

  • Good and Bad News About RFID in Hospitals

    By Mark Roberti

    Executives will need to sort through some of the distorted reporting on recent studies of RFID's impact on hospital equipment.

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