- Good Problems
New challenges to RFID adoption signal innovation and progress.
- Reaping Returns on RFID Investments
Before applying the technology to comply with your customers' supply chain requirements, first analyze your company's own business processes.
- In The Name of RFID
Selling a radio frequency identification solution establishes clarity and confidence.
- Passive, Yet Worldly, Tags
EPC Gen 2 on-metal tags feature consistent read rates across regions, so they can track assets globally.
- How to Implement RFID Successfully
Select radio frequency identification as a solution only when its capabilities provide an immediate or projected benefit to a process that makes it more effective than choosing another technology.
- RFID Middleware: To Embed or Not to Embed
Although deploying RFID readers with embedded middleware may seem like an affordable simple-to-implement choice, server-based RFID middleware may be the better option.
- Sidestepping Capital Costs
New solutions make RFID technology more manageable—and affordable—for apparel retailers.
- RFID-ROI-SME Project Promises Big Help for Small Business
Eight pilot deployments are designed to show how RFID can become a productivity tool during a time of financial recession, especially for companies that operate under constrained budgets.
- Behold the Weldable Metal Tag!
Step right up, my friends, and marvel at the EPC Gen 2 UHF passive RFID inlay hidden within a stainless-steel shell. You'll wonder: How does he do it?
- Tracking Goods and Sensors
A new air interface protocol that connects RFID sensors with the EPCglobal network will play a pivotal role in realizing the Internet of Things.
- The Tragedy of the Commons
Why the RFID market needs a sense of community.
- Making Objects Smarter
New RFID reader chips can be embedded in products to give them the intelligence to interact with people and the world around them.
- A Decade of Progress
An RFID evangelist, cheerleader and agent provocateur shares his views on the industry's failures and successes during the past 10 years.
- The Myths of LF vs. HF
Depending upon application requirements, low-frequency passive RFID tags and readers often outperform their high-frequency counterparts—so why do people believe otherwise?
- A Tool for All Industries
Will today's technology be able to handle tomorrow's huge RFID data volumes?