- A Blueprint for Success
As some European companies shift from trials to deployment, they're developing a corporate plan for RFID adoption.
- Opening Up the Network
Open-source simulation software will enable the RFID community to help develop and learn to use the Internet of Things.
- Does RFID Spell TAX?
If the Ontario court rejects a pending appeal, any company using an RFID system within the province could be required to remit an additional tax based on the value of the RFID equipment, tags, labels and software used.
- RFID for Everyone
If EPCglobal and the Near Field Communication Forum join forces, consumers could use mobile phones to access the Internet of Things.
- Keeping Bogus Drugs Out of the Medicine Cabinet
A number of factors are conspiring to significantly increase the potential for counterfeit drugs to wind up in our homes.
- Designing Discovery Services
Search engines for the EPCglobal Network will allow companies to find and share data securely.
- RFID Shelf-life Monitoring Helps Resolve Disputes
By attaching RFID-enabled sensors to shipments of perishable goods, producers and retail buyers can identify spoilage, and its causes.
- Scalability Is Key to RFID Compliance
When working to meet RFID compliance mandates, it is important to implement a scalable solution that not only satisfies today's needs, but also allows for future growth.
- Dispelling RFID Network Performance Concerns
You can add RFID and maintain network performance—without redesigning your infrastructure. Here's how.
- Mobilizing RFID Applications
The future of vehicle-mounted printing and data-collection devices seems secure, helping companies improve efficiency and create a competitive advantage.
- A Graphic Argument for RFID Labels
By modifying their requirements for shipping-container graphics, Wal-Mart and Target could give CPG makers a way for RFID compliance to pay for itself.
- Watching the Clock
A tag's clock frequency is critically important to tag performance. Here's why.
- Finding RFID's Business Case in China
Right now, Chinese companies don't have a solid reason to invest in the technology.
- Steady Progress Wins the Race for All
The biggest benefits of RFID and EPC won’t happen unless we take steps to deal with some critical challenges.