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  • RFID in High Tech 2013 Report

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal's second event devoted to the high-technology sector explained how radio frequency identification is being used to improve operations and enable product differentiation in consumer electronics. View the conference presentations.

  • A Gem of a Solution

    By Minda Zetlin

    RFID providers have developed complete inventory-management systems for monitoring jewelry items in the supply chain and in retail stores.

  • Building a Case for Tracking Construction Materials

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Increasingly, contractors are using RFID to improve safety and security on job sites. But interest lags when it comes to tagging supplies for authentication, though counter­feiting is an industry-wide problem.

  • What It Takes to Lead an RFID Project

    By John Edwards

    The heads of four successful deployments discuss the communication, financial, organizational and technical skills they called on and cultivated.

  • Farmers Learn to Milk RFID

    By Jennifer Zaino

    The technology is slowly gaining traction as a way to identify cattle, deer and other livestock for disease management and prevention. But without government mandates, it will likely take other business benefits to spur adoption.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2013 Report, Part 2

    By RFID Journal

    At RFID Journal's 11th annual conference and exhibition, attendees learned how to employ radio frequency identification to track and manage a variety of assets. View the presentations from the event's main conference track and solution-provider sessions, as well as the RFID Journal Awards finalists.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2013 Report, Part 1

    By RFID Journal

    At RFID Journal's 11th annual conference and exhibition, attendees learned how to use RFID technologies to track and manage a wide variety of assets. View the presentations from the event's keynotes, general sessions, preconference seminars and post-conference workshops.

  • Coming Clean About RFID Laundry Systems

    By Bob Violino

    Technology advancements, lower costs and complete solutions are among the reasons to consider auto­mating the tracking of linens, towels and uniforms.

  • Benefits Fuel RFID Deployments

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Oil and gas companies are adopting radio frequency identification technology to better manage assets and inventory, improve drilling and maintenance operations, and protect workers in dangerous environments. But industry experts say they're missing out on a powerful application.

  • Eliminating Waste

    By John Edwards

    Businesses are adopting RFID to identify and eradicate the inefficiencies that impede growth and profits.

  • Clear Channels: Talking to End Users

    By John Edwards

    Solution providers must address buyers' needs and preferences when marketing RFID products and services.

  • RFID File-Tracking Solutions

    By Minda Zetlin

    Here's what you need to know to decide whether your business could benefit from managing files automatically—and in real time.

  • Car Makers Steer Toward RFID

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Manufacturing benefits drive adoption, and down the road, supply-chain standards could accelerate the ride.

  • The Problem Solvers

    By John Edwards

    Systems integrators help clients create the RFID solutions that will meet their business needs, while getting disparate components to function together seamlessly and cost-efficiently.

  • Game Changer?

    By Jennifer Zaino

    A new design that links an RFID chip to the microprocessor in a consumer electronics device makes way for many killer apps.

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