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  • TDAO Reveals Antenna Plating System

    By Jonathan Collins

    A U.K. technology developer claims its ultrafast electrodepositing system can produce antennas for RFID tags at a significantly lower cost.

  • P&G Heats Up RFID Application Space

    Procter & Gamble together with Silicon Valley-based RFID application provider T3Ci yesterday announced a multi-year agreement to "collaboratively identify and build high value RFID applications designed to leverage the EPCglobal RFID standards."

  • VeriSign Acquires R4 Global Solutions

    By Ari Juels

    The company that will manage the EPCglobal Object Name Service buys RFID systems integrator R4 Global Solutions for $15 million.

  • Kolinahr Introduces RFID Pallet Labeler

    By Bennett Voyles

    The company's new model can encode, print and apply an RFID label to one side of a pallet and apply a label with just a bar code and text to a second side.

  • Research: Euro RFID Market to Hit EUR5 Billion in 2007

    According to a press release from research firm Frost & Sullivan, the European market for RFID hardware, software, and services will exceed EUR5 billion in 2007.

  • Calif. Senate Approves RFID Bill

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The bill, now headed for the state assembly, would ban the use of RFID in identification documents issued by the state or local governments.

  • P&G Teams With T3Ci for RFID Apps

    By Mark Roberti

    Procter & Gamble signs a multiyear agreement to jointly develop enterprise applications that use RFID data.

  • Casino Supplier Doing Brisk RFID Business

    On Friday publicly-traded casino supplier Gaming Partners International Corporation announced in its Q1 financial results that it is doing a brisk business in RFID chips.

  • L.A. County Jail to Track Inmates

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department plans to launch an RFID system that could track 1,800 inmates this year, and 18,000 in the future.

  • Not Perfect, But Good Enough

    By Ari Juels

    How Wal-Mart copes with the fact that it can’t read every RFID tag on cases arriving at its stores.

  • RFID Reader Companies Chosen by DoD

    The U.S. Department of Defense this week awarded "Blanket Purchase Agreement" contracts for RFID readers as part of its initiative to deploy the technology across its supply chain.

  • DOD Awards Reader Purchase Agreements

    By Jonathan Collins

    Five manufacturers of fixed RFID readers have had their equipment cleared for potential purchase and deployment by the U.S. Department of Defense.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    Nashville sports fans use cashless payment; UPM Rafsec to build U.S. production plant; Loftware upgrades connector software; Psion Teklogix adds RFID to Workabout Pro; I.D. Systems Receives Patent for Car Rental System; TAGSYS Opens Hong Kong Office.

  • RFID Helps Hanford Manage Waste

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Bechtel Hanford has deployed an active-tag RFID system to identify a fleet of trucks and containers transporting 4,000 tons of radioactive waste daily.

  • Response to Waning RFID Hype

    Based on the many responses from RFID Update readers, most agree that the enthusiasm and hype around RFID has subsided somewhat. But, significantly, there is a feeling that perhaps that's for the best.

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