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January/February 2008

Magazine ArchiveJanuary/February 2008
JAN/FEB 2008

Features

  • COVER STORY
  • View From the Top: 5 CIOs Speak Out on RFID
    The leaders who determine the overall strategic direction and business contribution of enterprise information technologies have strong views on how RFID should—and should not—be used.
  • LAB REPORT
  • Get a Better Sense of Your Product's Condition
    RFID sensors offer unique advantages compared with traditional cold-chain monitoring tools. Based on its work with cold-chain pilots, the RFID Research Center at the University of Arkansas tells you what you need to know to take advantage of them.
  • VERTICAL FOCUS
  • That Competitive Edge
    Manufacturers are using RFID in their plants to track work in process, manage assets, reduce errors—and boost their bottom line.

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Columns

  • ASHTON'S VIEW
  • Five Predictions for '08
    The RFID industry will see more consolidation than innovation, and plenty of progress in unexpected places, but new exuberance will take a while.
  • INSIDE THE LABS
  • New Ear Tags for Animals
    Low-cost HF and UHF identification tags for cattle, pigs and chickens could speed up RFID adoption in the livestock industry.
  • RADIO EUROPE
  • Could NFC Fail to Take Off?
    Europe is home to some of the few live Near Field Communication rollouts, but they remain small and services are limited.
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