- COVER STORY
- It's Time for CEOs to Take the Lead
We've had a decade of learning how to deploy RFID. Now, corporate leaders must develop an enterprise strategy for implementing the technology, to ensure their companies will be competitive—and successful—in the future.
- PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
- What Retailers Need to Know About Smart Fixtures, Shelves and Labels
Innovative in-store RFID solutions provide a convenient and cost-effective way to manage fast-selling items and frequent price changes.
- VERTICAL FOCUS
- Game Changer?
A new design that links an RFID chip to the microprocessor in a consumer electronics device makes way for many killer apps.
- OUT IN FRONT
- Understanding Influenza
An innovative research project is using RFID sensors to better understand how the disease is spread through schools and communities.
- OUT IN FRONT
- Premise-Aware Security
McAfee demonstrates that an RFID chip embedded in an Intel tablet can be used to restrict access to data or computer networks based on the device's location.
- The Secret Life of RFID
Retailers that don't reveal information about their deployments are slowing adoption and reducing their own ability to benefit from the technology.
- RFID as a Disruptive Technology
Bill Hardgrave makes the case that companies can get the most value out of RFID by using it to disrupt the competition.
- EDITOR'S NOTE
- A Time for Leadership
CEOs with vision will recognize RFID's power and make a strategic decision to leverage the technology throughout their companies, in order to beat the competition.
- ASHTON'S VIEW
- Better Late Than Never
The Internet of Things is arriving, just 10 years after it was anticipated.
- INSIDE THE LABS
- Uniting IoT Networks
Integrating EPC and IPv6 wireless standards will enable the Internet of Things.
- SOFTWARE SAAVY
- Managing Growth
As you expand your use of RFID, you need visibility software to handle all the data you collect.
- TUNED IN
- Omnichannel Retailing
You can't do it without RFID.