- 2011 RFID Journal Awards: Reducing Food Waste and Setting the Standard
Intelleflex's battery-assisted passive sensor tags and readers make tracking perishable goods easier and more cost-effective. And Impinj's Chris Diorio brought together people and technologies to create the global ultrahigh-frequency specification.
- India's RFID Solar Mission
As part of a national strategy to increase the amount of energy generated via solar power, the Indian government is mandating that all solar modules be tagged and tracked.
- Demo Proves RFID Is Ready for the Apparel Industry
Several solution providers worked together to show how manufacturers and retailers can track and manage goods throughout the supply chain.
- RFID Journal LIVE! 2011 Report, Part 2
Approximately 2,500 industry professionals gathered in April at RFID Journal's ninth annual conference and exhibition, to learn from organizations using RFID to improve their operations. View the presentations from the event's main conference-track sessions, as well as the solution-provider sessions, the RFID in Apparel Workshop and a co-located event, The Internet of Things.
- RFID Journal LIVE! 2011 Report, Part 1
Approximately 2,500 industry professionals gathered in April at RFID Journal's ninth annual conference and exhibition, to learn from organizations using RFID to improve their operations. View the presentations from the event's keynotes, general sessions and preconference seminars, as well as the RFID Journal Awards.
- Logistics Providers Move, Slowly, Toward RFID
The business cases for internal and global visibility have been identified, but cost and data interoperability remain roadblocks to widespread adoption.
- 7 Trends Driving Adoption
Whether you're just considering RFID or expanding a current project, it's now easier, faster and more cost-effective to deploy the technology—and achieve powerful benefits.
- A Guide to Wireless Energy-Management Systems
ZigBee-based solutions are affordable and easy to install, and can help businesses cut their energy bills.
- RFID in the Forest
Tagging trees could help preserve the world's forests while increasing timber yields and profits.
- RFID: The Key to Knowledge
Early adopters are learning that visibility—one of the main reasons companies adopt RFID—leads to the creation of actionable business information that can boost the bottom line.
- RFID and Zero Accidents
MIT researchers and Italy's Enel power company are developing advanced technologies and processes to improve safety at power plants and construction sites.
- A Guide to Sensor-Equipped RFID Tags
Monitoring the temperatures of perishable foods in transit can help keep them fresh and safe. Here's what you need to know to choose the best solution for your company.
- RFID in Defense 2010 Report
At RFID Journal's inaugural conference for the defense industry, held last month in Arlington, Va., attendees learned how the U.S. Department of Defense is benefiting from using radio frequency identification. View the speaker presentations from the event.
- A Guide to RFID Security Tags
Tracking high-value goods can thwart counterfeiting and supply-chain diversion. Here's what you need to know to choose the best solution for your company.
- RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2010 Report
RFID Journal held its sixth annual European conference and exhibition in November, in Darmstadt, Germany. View the speaker presentations from the event.