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  • RFID Gets Personal

    By Andrew Price

    Slowly but surely, consumer applications of RFID technology are on the rise.

  • RFID's Urge to Converge

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Efforts are afoot to merge passive and active RFID hardware with other wireless protocols and technology such as Wi-Fi, ZigBee and sensors. Will this marriage work?

  • RFID Journal LIVE! Europe Report

    By Andrew Price

    More than 400 people gathered in Amsterdam to listen to early adopters explain how they are benefiting from RFID today, and to hear leading experts discuss the issues facing companies adopting EPC technologies in Europe at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe. View the presentations from the event.

  • Sudden Impact: RFID and The Environment

    By Jim Morrison

    Putting RFID tags with copper antennas or silver ink on millions—perhaps billions—of cases in the supply chain could wreak havoc on recycling. Companies and environmental protection agencies are starting to take notice.

  • Can RFID Improve Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance?

    By Ann C. Logue

    U.S. companies that deploy RFID to meet retailer mandates or improve their own internal operations could reap an unexpected benefit: stronger compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

  • Experience, Location Drive RFID Salaries

    By Mark Roberti

    Employees with more than four years' experience, or who live in the United States, make significantly more than other workers with RFID skills, according to an exclusive RFID Journal salary survey.

  • Someone to Watch Over You

    By Jim Morrison

    RFID is being used to track people in a variety of ways. Some say this is the beginning of the surveillance society. Others see big benefits.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2005 Report

    By Ari Juels

    More than 175 end users and RFID experts spoke or participated in panel discussions at our third annual executive conference. View the presentations from this year's groundbreaking event.

  • Help Wanted

    By Ari Juels

    An exclusive survey of RFID Journal readers indicates a growing need for employees with a variety of RFID skills. Are universities and training companies educating people to meet the demand?

  • Getting EPC In Sync With GDSN

    By Bob Violino

    To get the most benefit from your EPC RFID deployment, you’ll need to make sure that your product data matches that of your supply chain partners. Enter the Global Data Synchronization Network.

  • Man Vs. Machine: The New Battleground

    By Samuel Greengard

    RFID technology promises to usher in a new era of supply chain and manufacturing automation. Does it spell the end of work for us humans?

  • The Decline of the Global Labor Force

    By Bob Violino

    Jeremy Rifkin, author of The End of Work, talks to RFID Journal about RFID's impact on jobs.

  • Start the Presses

    By Bob Violino

    Conductive inks could revolutionize the tracking of products throughout the supply chain by making it possible to print RFID antennas—and, one day, complete transponders—for next to nothing.

  • The ABCs of the EPCglobal Network

    By Bob Violino

    The network is critical to fulfilling the promise of using low-cost RFID tags to track goods in the global supply chain. We explain what it is, how it works and where its development stands today.

  • Will Users Be Stuck for RFID Labels?

    By Jonathan Collins

    With RFID mandates looming, companies will soon be placing large orders for smart labels. The big question is whether label and RFID inlay makers will be able to deliver the goods.

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