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  • Aegate to Track Drugs in U.S., Belgium

    By Jonathan Collins

    Currently utilized by some U.K. pharmacies, the RFID-based system is being tailored for use in other countries.

  • Aussies Track Mail Service Via RFID

    By Jonathan Collins

    Using an RFID system set to launch in January, the nation's postal service will automatically monitor tagged test envelopes as they pass through key sorting points.

  • Frost: RFID Pharma-Healthcare to Top $2B in 2011

    Frost & Sullivan today released a report on RFID's application in the pharmaceutical and healthcare verticals, predicting the market will top $2 billion by 2011. This article has more details.

  • Bike Rental Program Peddles Smart Cards

    By Jonathan Collins

    In France, people use RFID-enabled prepaid cards to rent bicycles from 175 locations across Lyon and its suburbs.

  • RFID Journal Unveils Conference Program

    By Andrew Price

    The world's leading RFID media company has published its preliminary agenda for the RFID Journal LIVE! 2006 Conference and Exhibition.

  • Summary of Baird RFID Monthly for November

    Baird has released its November report. The eighteen-page document is a worthwhile read for anyone requiring an overview of the industry's last 30 days. For those without time to do so, we have reprinted here the report's summary.

  • Boeing Reveals More About Its Tag Plans

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The company outlines the types of data that will be encoded to specialized UHF tags for Dreamliner airplane parts, and moves closer to establishing a timeline for the tags' creation.

  • TI Buys Impinj Gen 2 Chips for Inlays

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Texas Instruments is the latest tag manufacturer using the Impinj Monza chip for Gen 2 inlays and chip-and-strap assemblies.

  • UN Publishes "Internet of Things" Report

    The International Telecommunication Union, a body of the United Nations that coordinates global telecom networks and services, released a report entitled at the World Summit on the Information Society held the week before last in Tunis. This article highlights the report's contents.

  • Loggers Use Tags to Track Trucks, Timber

    By Claire Swedberg

    Papermakers and sawmills deploy RFID systems in forests to facilitate the loading, weighing and unloading of logging trucks.

  • RFID Tracks Tires at NASCAR

    By Claire Swedberg

    Goodyear used handheld interrogators and embedded tags to keep track of leased racecar tires.

  • Health Care Sees Safety in RFID

    By Jonathan Collins

    A survey shows that the biggest health-care players are deploying RFID at a faster pace, with spending expected to jump industry-wide in 2007.

  • RFID Tracks Military Families' Household Goods

    By Jonathan Collins

    A new project is using the technology to keep tabs on the movement of household goods for relocated military personnel.

  • Major Release of Open Source RFID Platform

    A major milestone release of the open source RFID platform Singularity was announced last month by the project's overseer i-Konect. This article recaps the release's functionality as well as the overall progress of the Singularity project.

  • IATA Approves UHF for Bag Tags

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The group voted unanimously to endorse the use of RFID tags and interrogators compliant with ISO's 18000-6C candidate standard for baggage-tracking systems.

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