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  • Cashless RFID Payments in Tokyo Taxis

    A Tokyo taxi cab company will begin offering RFID-based cashless fare payment as part of a trial conducted by credit card giant JCB International.

  • Using Tags to Make Teeth

    By Catherine Ilic

    A French company has created an RFID-based process for making crowns, bridges and other dental prosthetics.

  • China Wants More Involvement in RFID Standards Process

    The high-ranking vice director of the Policy Study Office has encouraged Chinese businesses to involve themselves more in the RFID standards-making process.

  • Nokia Displays RFID Cell Phone

    Nokia had its RFID-enabled cell phone model on display at this week's CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment conference in San Francisco.

  • RFID Tag Availability Now Cited As Major Concern

    ABI Research's RFID Quarterly Service released this week indicates that tag availability has been added to the list of concerns confronting RFID adopters.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Bob Violino

    ITA funds alliance to grow Latin American smart card market; Willow announces integration software for RFID; Georgia tollway authority buys TransCore passive tags; new Unibar bar code software supports RFID.

  • Consumer Awareness of RFID Grows

    By Mark Roberti

    A new report by BIGresearch says more than a quarter of the U.S. population knows what RFID is and has a balanced view of its potential benefits and privacy risks.

  • Spotlight on Security, Privacy Issues

    By Mary Catherine O’Connor

    At the Smart Card Alliance conference, Richard Clarke and others emphasize the role RFID can play to improve security and the need to address public concerns about the technology.

  • New RFID Cashless Payment Card

    Using RFID to allow wireless payments, the MYbi Card hangs from a key chain or cell phone and carries amounts of as little as $3.50.

  • Energizer and Exel Partner on RFID

    By Mark Roberti

    The battery maker is working with its third-party logistics provider to meet Wal-Mart's mandate for RFID tagging beginning in January 2005.

  • ODIN Benchmarks RFID EPC Tags

    By Mary Catherine O’Connor

    Systems integrator ODIN Technologies tests the performance of eight UHF tags in a benchmark report for end users.

  • Pharmaceuticals and RFID

    Last month's announcement by the pharmaceutical industry that it had successfully completed its trial to test RFID tagging highlights the particulars of drug production and distribution.

  • RFID: Focus on the Long-Term

    RFID represents such potential to optimize business processes that many would assert it is a fundamental business revolution.

  • Using UHF RFID in Auto Factories

    By Jonathan Collins

    Advanced Research Co. has launched an application to let automakers better track spare parts used to maintain their manufacturing systems.

  • RFID Knowledgebase Passes 1000 Case Study Mark

    The RFID Knowledgebase from IDTechEx now includes over one thousand case studies in RFID implementation, with over 1,250 companies covered.

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