- The World Needs Multiple RFID Frequencies, Standards
By Dirk Morgenroth
No single RFID technology fulfills all the requirements of existing and potential markets.
- E-Pedigree's Evolution
By Ronald Quirk
Recent legislative initiatives, technological advances and the financial benefits of electronic pedigrees have engendered a new willingness by pharmaceutical companies to utilize RFID in their battles against counterfeit drugs.
- RFID: Looking Beyond the Retail Promise
By Priyanka Gouthaman
Although RFID volumes in the retail and pharmaceutical markets fell short of expectations, the technology saw widespread deployment in other sectors.
- Mixing RFID in the Auto-ID Blender
By Chris Hook
Before deploying RFID, first be sure to consider all the automatic-identification and data-capture systems available to you.
- HF Protocols' Distant Dream
By John Schroeter
Although HF RFID air-interface protocols operate at a single global frequency, a number of factors hinder the ability of HF tags and readers to achieve interoperability.
- Complex Event Processing and RFID
By John Morrell
The use of complex event processing (CEP) software can lower development time and costs for event-driven RFID and sensor-network applications.
- There's No Packaged Answer for RFID
By Pat King
Adding an RFID tag to a product's packaging requires careful designing, but there are things you can do to help ensure a favorable outcome.
- Scaling Down RFID Investments
By Priyanka Gouthaman
Layoffs and cutbacks within the industry may not necessarily be a bad thing.
- An RFID Tag Data Security Infrastructure Approach for Items
By Joseph Pearson
When used in conjunction with item-level tagging of drugs and other products, TDSI can protect consumer privacy while raising confidence that customers are getting genuine goods.
- Intelligent Network Services Can Make RFID More Productive
By Michael Crane
By condensing raw RFID data into meaningful business events, an intelligent network service can help you implement EPCglobal RFID applications without overloading your supply chain.
- Scalability Is Key to RFID Compliance
By Mike Kuhno
When working to meet RFID compliance mandates, it is important to implement a scalable solution that not only satisfies today's needs, but also allows for future growth.
- Options for Growing Your RFID Network
By Martyn Mallick
When it comes to implementing an RFID solution, there are several decisions you should make now to ensure your RFID network will scale as your requirements grow.
- Can RFID Save the Day for Spinach?
By Leslie K. Downey
Steve Dean, director of business development at RFID systems integrator Franwell, says it can—and explains why.
- RFID Is the Alaska Gas Pipeline's Strongest Link
By Oliver Hedgepeth Sr., Morgan Henrie and Oliver Hedgepeth Jr.
A construction project this huge, and in such a hostile environment, faces some unique challenges, which RFID can help address.
- Optimizing a Wireless LAN for Location
By Michael McGuinness and Jeffrey Rideout
By tuning or enhancing their existing wireless networks, hospitals and other facilities can implement an RFID-based system to locate RFID-tagged assets, thereby extending the value of their investment.