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  • An Interview with RFID Trailblazer H. D. Smith

    In this guest contribution, Leslie Downey of RFID Revolution interviews Robert Kashmer, the VP of information technology at H. D. Smith, the fourth largest pharmaceutical wholesale company in the US and widely-recognized pioneer in RFID adoption. Kashmer has guided the company's RFID trials and implementations since 1995.

  • Clothing Maker Says RFID Significantly Improves Production

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Chinese firm Lawsgroup has deployed an RFID work-in-progress tracking system that is leading to measurable improvements in its operations and a quick return on investment.

  • Electronic Dictionary Maker Spells Out RFID Plans

    By Jonathan Collins

    Group Sense, a Hong Kong-based electronics manufacturer, is about to start a trial tracking cases of products in its factory and DC.

  • Philips Enters Gen2 RFID Chip Fray

    Philips Semiconductors has long been expected to enter the Gen2 silicon market, competing with the likes of Impinj, Texas Instruments, STMicroelectronics, and others to sell the microchips that power Gen2 RFID tags. It appears that the company's time has come.

  • RFID Pilot Tracks Airline's Unit Load Devices

    By Jonathan Collins

    At Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport, Air France-KLM is using EPC Gen 2 tags to track large containers for shipping passenger luggage.

  • Air France-KLM Embarks on RFID Luggage-Tag Trial

    By Jonathan Collins

    The carrier hopes to use the technology to provide new services and to improve its ability to return checked-in luggage to its passengers.

  • Apparel & Footwear Summit Attracts Wide Audience

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Retailers and manufacturers from around the world shared experiences and discussed challenges at RFID Journal's Apparel & Footwear Summit.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    SmartCode expanding manufacturing with new plant; Dover to acquire Markem; NFC Forum issues first four specifications; NFC chipmaker releases white paper; ODIN offering global tag-testing software; small-business credit cards get RFID'ed.

  • FDA Seeks ID System for Medical Devices and Supplies

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The agency is requesting comments on using RFID and other auto-ID technologies to identify and track everything from bandages to insulin pumps.

  • ERP Support Squeezes RFID Middleware

    This is part two of a three-part series that examines middleware and other RFID integration options and the issues surrounding them. This second installment analyzes how forthcoming software standards from EPCglobal plus developments from mainstream IT, ERP and other application software providers may impact future RFID integration.

  • New Smart-Card Group Seeks to Educate Policymakers

    By Beth Bacheldor

    The Secure ID Coalition says its mission is to promote the understanding and appropriate use of contactless (RFID-enabled) smart-card technology, while still maintaining user privacy.

  • IPICO Submits Its IP-X RFID Air Interface to ISO

    By Jonathan Collins

    The RFID systems provider is making its proprietary air-interface protocol available for use royalty-free, and has asked the International Standards Organization to approve it as a standard.

  • New Coalition Will Confront RFID Security Hype

    A handful of chip makers and smart card producers have come together and formed the Secure ID Coalition with the goal of promoting smart card technology while simultaneously ensuring consumer privacy and data security.

  • Will China's RFID Standards Support EPC Protocols, Systems?

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    China has yet to release its much-anticipated RFID standards; some observers say it has produced too little, too late.

  • New Zealand Retailer Plans RFID Pilot

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Warehouse, the nation's largest general merchandise retailer, has completed tests of the technology and is preparing to launch a pilot using RFID to manage stock in one of its stores.

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