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November/December 2008

Magazine ArchiveNovember/December 2008
NOV/DEC 2008

Features

  • VERTICAL FOCUS
  • Paddling to Profits
    Some packaged-food manufacturers are getting swamped by the costs of meeting retailer RFID-tagging mandates, but others are staying afloat by examining how the technology could help them improve business practices and meet government food safety regulations.
  • COVER STORY
  • RFID Journal's Watch List: People to Watch
    Will RFID adoption accelerate across industries, or will it forever remain a niche technology, delivering value in only a few applications? We surveyed the RFID landscape to identify the people most likely to influence adoption, either positively or negatively.
  • COVER STORY
  • RFID Journal's Watch List: Companies and Organizations to Watch
    Will RFID adoption accelerate across industries, or will it forever remain a niche technology, delivering value in only a few applications? We surveyed the RFID landscape to identify the companies and organizations most likely to influence adoption, either positively or negatively.
  • COVER STORY
  • RFID Journal's Watch List: Technologies to Watch
    Will RFID adoption accelerate across industries, or will it forever remain a niche technology, delivering value in only a few applications? We surveyed the RFID landscape to identify the technologies most likely to influence adoption, either positively or negatively.

Departments

  • EDITOR'S NOTE
  • Making Informed Decisions
    Investments in new technology are never made in a vacuum.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • Keeping Pace With Pacemakers
    A research team at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is developing an RFID system to protect heart patients.
  • OUT IN FRONT
  • Sensing Traffic
    The CarTel project can help analyze traffic, reduce congestion and commuter times, and alert drivers to potential engine trouble.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • New Ways to Work Together
    An industry initiative provides a strategic framework for deploying EPC RFID technology where and when it makes sense.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • 10 Predictions for 2009
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • A 12-bit EPC?
  • PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
  • The Genuine Article
    Two startups are taking advantage of variations in RFID chips to create security features that protect tags from being cloned.

Columns

  • INSIDE THE LABS
  • An Internet of Senses
    We need to build an integrated architecture that would enable organizations to share physical data collected by wireless sensor networks.
  • RADIO EUROPE
  • Don't Shoot the Messenger
    In electronic identity cards and passports, contactless RFID technology enables the biometric—or personal—data to be checked quickly.
  • ASHTON'S VIEW
  • Inference ID
    When it comes to supply-chain visibility, a little RFID can go a long way.
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