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  • SkyeTek Adding Security Support into Passive Platforms

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The firm's ReaderWare software can be used to add data security to HF tags now, and to UHF Gen 2 tags once they become available with extended memory.

  • US Government Expands RFID File Tracking

    3M landed its second major government contract for RFID file-tracking last week from the U.S. Tax Court, which will deploy the company's RFID Tracking System to improve the tracking and retrieval process of its more than 100,000 paper case files.

  • EC Takes RFID Survey, Schedules Final Conference

    By Jonathan Collins

    The European Commission seeks a consensus regarding Europe's need for clear, predictable and stable policies about RFID, and the nature of those policies.

  • USPS Uses RFID to Manage Vehicles, Drivers

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The system provides a range of functions, including driver authentication, real-time vehicle location and speed, weight and impact sensing.

  • Active RFID Provider Expands into Germany

    IDENTEC SOLUTIONS today announced the purchase of BAUMER IDENT GmbH, a German provider of automatic identification systems. Located in Weinheim, Germany, BAUMER IDENT manufactures industrial auto-ID systems, with a particular focus on the automobile sector. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

  • US-VISIT RFID Trial Shows Security Holes

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    A report from the DHS Office of Inspector General highlights data security issues and recommends that US-VISIT develop and follow policy and procedures for its RFID system.

  • Blood Storage Provider Plans RFID Pilot

    By Jonathan Collins

    LifeForce believes RFID can be a more secure and economical technology for tracking small cryogenic vials containing white blood cells.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    Report highlights RFID's potential in port and transportation security; American Banknote adding RFID to payment cards; on-chip temperature sensor for passive tags; how-to CD for RFID; Atmel boosts passport chip read speed.

  • Key Fob Secures RFID Data with Fingerprints

    The $2.5 billion fabless semiconductor giant Broadcom has released a computer chip that integrates RFID capabilities with enhanced security capabilities. The first commercial product that leverages the technology will allow for applications where sensitive data is transmitted via RFID only once the user has "unlocked" it with a fingerprint.

  • Colorado Library Checks Out RFID

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The library is using RFID to streamline circulation and keep better tabs on its collection of more than 1 million items at 10 branches.

  • Blyth Aims to Add RFID to Its Shipping Operations

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The candle company is preparing for Wal-Mart's tagging mandate by testing and designing an integrated RFID tagging system.

  • Europe Seeks Public Opinion on RFID Policy

    The European Commission this week moved to the second phase of its year-long initiative to develop public policy with respect to RFID. On Monday, an online questionnaire was launched to gather input from the European public about how RFID technology can both drive European economic growth and improve the quality of life for Europeans without infringing on citizens' privacy.

  • RedPrairie Adds RFID Features to WMS

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The latest version of DLx Warehouse aims to make RFID a more integral part of supply-chain and distribution operations.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    California Legislature advances RFID bills; four new UHF modules for Asia; EPCglobal accredits ADT test center; RFID bar-tending software available worldwide; NFC Forum membership grows; Stora Enso joins Parelec's RFID Partner Program; Identec Solutions secures new financing.

  • Aberdeen on Scaling RFID from Pilot to Production

    Research firm Aberdeen Group this week released the second in a series of reports on RFID adoption. Entitled , the report is available free. In this guest contribution, report author John Fontanella summarizes the key findings and recommendations for action.

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