- Get RFID Readers in a Flash (Card)
Syscan's compact flash reader, which plugs into almost any handheld computer, will cost $150 and read 13.56 MHz ISO-compliant tags.
- YFY Pilots RFID Inventory System
Yuen Foong Yu Paper Manufacturing Co., the largest paper producer in Greater China, is launching a pilot that will use RFID to track boxes internally.
- Psion, Lab ID Unveil RFID Handheld
A new wireless netpad will be able to scan bar codes and read from and write to 13.56 MHz tags.
- New RFID Data Link for SAP Shops
Supply chain systems specialist Acsis will integrate Matrics' technology into its data-collection platform.
- Behind the Benetton Brouhaha
Despite reports to the contrary, the Italian retailer continues to explore the supply chain benefits of RFID.
- Rafsec Offers Embedded RFID Tags
The Finnish company has developed transponders that can be embedded in plastic containers during the injection molding process.
- Two Days at the Alien Academy
RFID Journal Editor Mark Roberti recently attended Alien Technology's RFID course. Here's his report.
- Peer-to-Peer: RFID's Killer App?
A Finnish company has developed peer-to-peer technology that enables companies to share real-time product information, regardless of the RFID tag used.
- Siemens Offers RTLS Technology
The Germany company has added real-time locating technology from WhereNet to its RFID product line.
- Extending RFID's Reach in Europe
Palomar has produced passive UHF tags that can be read from 4 meters away with a 500-milliwatt reader.
- New Low-Volume RFID Solution
ExypnoTech of Germany is introducing RFID transponders in paper that can be printed using a modified inkjet printer.
- RFID: The Next Fashion from Italy?
Lab ID of Bologna, Italy, has developed an RFID system designed for tracking garments.
- Alien Ponders Second RFID Plant
Alien Technology, a startup making low-cost RFID tags, is considering building a second production facility in North Dakota.
- New Remote RFID Labeling System
Manhattan Associates and Zebra Technologies have teamed up to enable companies to print RFID labels over the Internet.
- New Ink for Printed RFID Antennas
A startup says it has developed highly conductive inks that can be printed on paper at high speeds.