- COVER STORY
- RFID Heats Up in Latin America
The time is right for Mexico, Central America and South America to embrace RFID, and companies are doing so to compete at home and abroad.
- VERTICAL FOCUS
- A Healthy ROI
Hospitals and other medical facilities that are adopting RFID to track assets, patients and information are improving patient safety and services—and saving money.
- Tag Sale
RFID technologies offer retailers new ways to serve customers and enhance the shopping experience—and some stores are taking advantage today.
- EDITOR'S NOTE
- RFID Acquires a Latin Beat
RFID is making inroads into new geographical locations and a variety of industries.
- OUT IN FRONT
- Fishing for Information
An innovative RFID system allows biologists to track rockfish.
- OUT IN FRONT
- A Fish Tale
The Underwater World Singapore oceanarium uses RFID to enhance one of its exhibits.
- Can RFID Solve Out-of-Stocks?
A leading expert says it can make an impact on some causes of the problem, but companies need to be smart about how they deploy the technology.
- Laying the Foundation for RFID
At this year's U Connect conference, GS1 underscored the importance of global RFID standards to the open supply chain.
- PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
- Wheeling Into the Future
RFID-enabled shopping carts can benefit retailers and consumers.
- ASHTON'S VIEW
- Return on Innovation
Return on investment is not the only way to calculate the value of RFID.
- INSIDE THE LABS
- RFID for Everyone
If EPCglobal and the Near Field Communication Forum join forces, consumers could use mobile phones to access the Internet of Things.
- PUBLIC EYE
- Business As Unusual
The federal government is using RFID in ways that will impact your business.