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September/October 2008

Magazine ArchiveSeptember/October 2008
SEP/OCT 2008

Features

  • COVER STORY
  • EPC's Tipping Point
    RFID adoption is growing more slowly than many had forecast, leaving some to wonder when Electronic Product Code technology will fulfill the vision of a world where goods are tracked and traced through the global supply chain.
  • VERTICAL FOCUS
  • Pharma's Bitter Pill
    The pharmaceuticals industry will adopt track-and-trace technologies—likely including RFID—to shore up its ailing supply chain. But the cure could be hard to swallow unless business benefits, not regulations, pave the way.
  • LAB REPORT
  • What You Need to Know About RFID Tool-Tracking Systems
    Across industries—from automotive and aerospace production to oil and gas exploration and even the leasing of tools to customers—it's critical to have the right tool in the right place at the right time. Manufacturers that can't identify and locate tools efficiently often experience delays in production or, worse, total work stoppages.

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Columns

  • INSIDE THE LABS
  • Increasing Read Ranges
    An EPC-compliant Gen 2 active tag is on the horizon.
  • RADIO EUROPE
  • Behind the Headlines
    Mifare hacking will not halt contactess ticketing for transportation systems.
  • ASHTON'S VIEW
  • RFID Power to the People
    Want consumers to accept the technology? Give them applications that make their lives easier.
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