- RFID Journal LIVE! LatAm 2010 Report
At RFID Journal's inaugural conference and exhibition in Latin America, 250 industry professionals gathered to learn from organizations using RFID to improve their operations. View the presentations from the event's speakers.
- Printed-Electronics RFID Tags Debut
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
Some businesses are starting to use these low-cost tags, while vendors and researchers continue to improve the tags' performance and add features.
- 2010 RFID Journal Awards: Best New Product and Special Achievement
By Mark Roberti and Paul Prince
Sanjay Sarma is the recipient of RFID Journal's inaugural Special Achievement Award, and Impinj's new Monza 4 tag chip family, the 2010 Best New RFID Product award winner, promises to improve read rates and enhance data security.
- RFID in Health Care West Report
Approximately 75 attendees gathered last month in Los Angeles to learn how the latest RFID systems are helping health-care providers improve patient care while lowering costs. View the presentations from the event.
- RFID Journal LIVE! 2010 Report, Part 2
Approximately 2,500 industry professionals gathered last month at RFID Journal's eighth annual conference and exhibition, to learn from organizations using RFID to improve their operations. View the presentations from the event's main conference track sessions.
- RFID Journal LIVE! 2010 Report, Part 1
Approximately 2,500 industry professionals gathered last month at RFID Journal's eighth annual conference and exhibition, to learn from organizations using RFID to improve their operations. View the presentations from the event's keynotes, general sessions and preconference seminars, as well as the RFID Journal Awards.
- What Retailers Need to Know About NFC Payment Systems
By Jennifer Zaino
Contactless payments with RFID credit cards haven't taken off, but mobile phones with Near Field Communication technology are on the verge of breathing new life into "tap, pay and be on your way"—and promise to deliver more benefits than just speeding shoppers through checkouts.
- RFID Finally Cleared for Takeoff
By Elizabeth Wasserman
Adoption of industry standards and development of high-memory RFID tags mean airplane-parts tracking—among suppliers, manufacturers, airlines and maintenance companies—is poised for flight. Next on the tarmac: benefits for all stakeholders.
- RFID Rescues Emergency Transportation Service
By Bob Violino
Since deploying the technology, Action Ambulance has greatly reduced the time it takes to inspect vehicles and has also improved inventory management, lowering costs and enabling the company to provide better community care.
- RFID Bookshelf
By John Edwards
Amid the economic gloom, five recent titles shed light on new frontiers in radio frequency identification technologies and applications.
- Automakers Seek Fast ROI From RFID
By Elizabeth Wasserman
The global economic crisis is driving the automotive industry to adopt RFID to cut costs and improve efficiencies in the manufacture and distribution of cars—and to embrace standards to provide visibility in the global supply chain.
- The Age of Visibility
By John Edwards
RFID adopters are discovering that the technology is opening the door to an entire new world of business intelligence.
- RFID 2030: Home and Education
RFID Journal's writers imagine how radio frequency identification will shape the household and school environments two decades in the future.
- RFID in Health Care—Dallas Report
Last month, 75 health-care professionals attended RFID Journal's fourth RFID in Health Care conference. View the presentations from the event.
- RFID 2030: Travel and Health Care
RFID Journal's writers imagine how radio frequency identification will shape these industries two decades in the future.