- Managing Sell-By Dates Is Easier With RFID
Europe is trying to reduce food waste in an effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions, but it's a real challenge without radio frequency identification.
- Recognizing Kevin Ashton's Contributions to RFID Journal
The co-founder of the MIT Auto-ID Center and soon-to-be author wrote a column for 10 years that added greatly to the world's understanding of RFID's role in business and society.
- RFID and the Future of Engineering
All types of engineers will need to master the technology in the coming years.
- Still Crazy After All These Years
Why I believe more passionately in radio frequency identification now than I did when I first launched RFID Journal, 10 years ago this week.
- The Year That Was
2011 saw some economic ups and downs, but many companies turned to RFID to track the locations of their products and assets—and to monitor their conditions.
- RFID Can Aid Green Initiatives
Mission Foods, the winner of our first RFID Journal Green Award, shows that RFID technology can help companies reduce waste and lessen the impact they have on the environment.
- Learning From the RFID Learned
At RFID Journal LIVE! 2011, an unprecedented wealth of knowledge will be shared by end users with hands-on experience deploying real-world RFID systems.
- Latin America Gets Serious About RFID
End users at RFID Journal LIVE! LatAm were highly engaged and eager to explore how radio frequency identification can improve the way they do business.
- RFID Journal LIVE! Delivers Value, Guaranteed
I am so sure end users will benefit from attending LIVE! 2010, our eighth annual conference and exhibition, that I'm willing to guarantee it.
- RFID and the Environment
RFID technology will play a critical role in helping companies determine the environmental impact of manufacturing and recycling their products.
- Green Is Good
- In Recognition of Excellence
The 2008 RFID Journal Award winners demonstrate what can be achieved by applying radio frequency identification to different business problems.
- Two Visions of an RFID-Enabled Future
There are both dark and sunny versions of what the world might look like when RFID becomes ubiquitous. So why is all the focus on the dark version?