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  • RF Activation Seeks to Turn off Theft

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Kestrel Networks has developed a technology it says could be RFID's killer app in the retail supply chain.

  • RFIDsec Unveils Privacy-Protected Tags

    By Jonathan Collins

    The company's RFID system is designed to prevent unauthorized activation of tags attached to consumer products.

  • BP Tests RFID Sensor Network at U.K. Plant

    By Jonathan Collins

    The energy company seeks to determine how the technology might help it manage its chemical inventory, increase stock visibility and reinforce safe-handling business rules.

  • SmartTable Supplies Nygard Customers With Product Info

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Canadian retailer is piloting an RFID-enabled system in its Toronto store that provides details about a garment whenever a shopper picks it up.

  • Next Level of RFID Compliance: Data Synchronization

    On June 7th, RFID Update hosted a webinar entitled in which data synchronization was defined and explained, and the presenters' data synchronization offering was demonstrated live. This article recaps.

  • Pharma Groups Respond to FDA RFID Report

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Although eager to adopt the technology, the drug industry says obstacles still hinder widespread implementation.

  • Ontario's Privacy Commission Issues RFID Guidelines

    By Claire Swedberg

    The document focuses on helping retailers address privacy concerns as they implement item-level RFID technology.

  • Novartis Trial Shows RFID Can Boost Patient Compliance

    By Jonathan Collins

    The study involved the hypertension medication Diovan in specially adapted RFID-enabled blister packs.

  • Active RFID Drills into Mining Industry

    Real-time locating systems (RTLS) provider AeroScout of San Mateo, California, last week announced a new active RFID solution targeted at the mining industry. Designed to improve the safety of miners, it was codeveloped with Mine Site Technologies, a specialized mining communication company in Australia.

  • Tesco and RWD Track Milk Deliveries

    By Jonathan Collins

    The retailer and its dairy supplier are using RFID to track roll cages carrying bottles and cartons at a Robert Wiseman Dairies plant and distribution center, and at two Tesco stores.

  • Visible Assets Promotes RuBee Tags for Tough-to-Track Goods

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The company is seeking IEEE standardization for its low-frequency transceivers.

  • EPCglobal Releases RFID Value Models for 3 Verticals

    Standards organization EPCglobal US has announced three new "value models" to help companies understand the financial impact of deploying EPC-based RFID solutions within their organizations. Each model addresses a particular vertical market: chemical, aerospace, and retail pharmacy.

  • Growing RFID Adoption Brings IT Challenges

    By Beth Bacheldor

    An Aberdeen survey shows that many companies are grappling with how to manage and integrate multiple geographically separate RFID systems.

  • Reusable Pallet and Container Coalition Studies RFID

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The trade association will begin research to establish the business case for using multiple-use tags on reusable shipping containers.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    Complete Wal-Mart out-of-stocks research paper available; Axcess, Tyco Fire & Security combining products; Tagsys introducing handheld for libraries; Omron announces new HF interrogators; World Cup ticket tags; Tower to provide Alien chips.

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