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  • United Nations CIO to Speak at AIDC 100 Event

    The CIO of the U.N. World Food Program will explain the challenges of managing a logistics organization that operates in 83 countries.

  • Savi Announces IP Licensing Program for Active RFID tags

    The company hopes to encourage other RFID tag and reader makers to offer 433 MHz RFID hardware based on the ISO 18000-7 standard; the DOD will likely benefit.

  • IGPS Rolls Out RFID-Enabled Plastic Pallets

    Embedded with EPC Gen 2 tags, Intelligent Global Pooling Systems' pool of pallets can be tracked throughout the supply chain. Sensors connected to tags can indicate if products suffered damage in transit.

  • Chinese RFID Standard Increasingly Unlikely

    ABI Research last week announced findings from a newly released study on the Chinese RFID market. The findings indicate strong momentum for Gen2 is afoot that would be hard to curb if the Chinese government went forward with a separate, national standard.

  • RFID: Maturing at a Natural Pace in the Supply Chain

    AMR Research's Greg Aimi argues in this guest contribution that despite recent doubts about RFID in light of its slower-than-predicted uptake throughout the supply chain, the technology is in fact following a very predictable, natural lifecycle of adoption.

  • Philips Enters Gen2 RFID Chip Fray

    Philips Semiconductors has long been expected to enter the Gen2 silicon market, competing with the likes of Impinj, Texas Instruments, STMicroelectronics, and others to sell the microchips that power Gen2 RFID tags. It appears that the company's time has come.

  • RFID Pilot Tracks Airline's Unit Load Devices

    At Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport, Air France-KLM is using EPC Gen 2 tags to track large containers for shipping passenger luggage.

  • Air France-KLM Embarks on RFID Luggage-Tag Trial

    The carrier hopes to use the technology to provide new services and to improve its ability to return checked-in luggage to its passengers.

  • Impinj Expands Gen2 RFID Chip Portfolio

    Gen2 chip supplier Impinj has expanded its portfolio of offerings with the addition of two new chip products. The fabless semiconductor firm will now complement its flagship Monza chip with the Monza/ID and Monaco/64 chips that feature, respectively, factory-programmed production identification and user-programmable memory.

  • IBM Launches End-to-End RFID Solution for Pharma

    IBM today announced what it calls an end-to-end solution RFID track-and-trace solution for the pharmaceutical industry to help combat the growing problem of counterfeit drugs. The blended offering includes hardware, a middleware stack, use cases, and services.

  • Gen2 RFID Chips from STMicro Hit Market

    STMicroelectronics, the $9.5 billion semiconductor manufacturer, has very recently entered the market with Gen2 RFID chips that will compete against similar offerings from Impinj and, as of this week, Texas Instruments. RFID Update spoke with Francis Dell'ova, ST's RFID Business Unit Manager, about the new chips.

  • Alien Cancels IPO Plans

    Alien Technology has requested that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission withdraw its registration statement for an initial public offering.

  • Prediction: 300m Gen2 RFID Tags Ship This Year

    Analysts and industry watchers have long considered the number of RFID tags sold to be a key metric of the overall industry's size. The question is, with the industry supposedly crawling out of the trough of disillusionment, how many tags are actually being manufactured now, half-way through 2006.

  • Alien Technology's IPO Woes

    Alien's decision last week to delay its initial public offering has left industry watchers debating on whether the RFID company is a bellwether for the RFID industry as a whole.

  • Texas Instruments Announces Gen2 RFID Chips

    Texas Instruments today announced the release and general availability of its new Gen2 silicon, becoming one of only two companies to offer the integral chips which constitute the "brains" of Gen2-compliant RFID tags. The company says the chips offer increased performance and functionality over the competition.

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