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Editor's Note

  • The Bar Code Is Back!

    By Mark Roberti

    After several years of articles stating RFID would spell its death knell, end users are finding advantages to using the humble bar code.

  • Are Your Products Smart?

    By Mark Roberti

    Getting the most out of your products with RFID.

  • Golfing for a Good Cause

    By Mark Roberti

    RFID Journal LIVE! will include a golf outing to raise money for the Mike Sullivan Memorial Scholarship.

  • RFID Best Practices

    By Mark Roberti

    Early adopters have learned many lessons from their RFID rollouts, and we are sharing their dos and don'ts with our readers.

  • Sensing New RFID Opportunities

    By Mark Roberti

    Companies are beginning to examine the benefits of semi-active RFID tags that can support onboard sensors, to monitor the conditions of products and assets.

  • The End of RFID Middleware?

    By Timo Nurminen

    It's time for RFID middleware providers to try a new approach.

  • The Start of Something Big

    By Mark Roberti

    The finalization of EPCglobal Network standards this year will allow companies to begin taking advantage of RFID data—which is what it’s all about.

  • Forecasts for RFID in 2006

    By Mark Roberti

    Will RFID reach the tipping point this year? It might, but one thing is for sure—this will be the year when people realize RFID can do more than track boxes in the supply chain.

  • A Look Back at 2005

    By Mark Roberti

    It was a year with both positives and negatives for RFID.

  • Remember the Closed Loop

    By Mark Roberti

    More companies are discovering that UHF RFID systems are not just for open supply chain applications.

  • Spychips Revisited

    By Mark Roberti

    Spychips co-author Katherine Albrecht has written a lengthy rebuttal to RFID Journal’s review of her book, but still has not made a credible case that RFID poses a significant threat to personal privacy.

  • Feelings of Insecurity

    By Mark Roberti

    The global supply chain remains vulnerable to a terrorist attack. RFID alone won’t secure cargo containers, but it’s a start.

  • Should Skimming Be Illegal?

    By Mark Roberti

    A ban on surreptitious scanning could resolve most of the concerns people have about RFID being used to invade privacy.

  • The Serendipity Effect

    By Mark Roberti

    Manufacturers putting RFID tags on pallets and cases are discovering benefits they never anticipated.

  • Spychips Book Fails to Make Its Case

    By Mark Roberti

    The anti-RFID book by the leaders of CASPIAN doesn't provide any compelling evidence that the technology is a threat to privacy.

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