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  • RFID Payment Systems Take Off

    By Lynn DeRocco

    A new report says the use of contactless smart cards and other RFID payment systems will continue to rise.

  • Temperature Sensors Down Under

    By Bob Violino

    Global Licensing & Innovation will resell KSW Microtec's low-cost, RFID TempSense labels in Australia and New Zealand.

  • Group Examines RFID Retail Costs

    By Bob Violino

    Four Canadian companies plan to explore the cost implications of deploying RFID in a retail environment.

  • Singapore Fights SARS with RFID

    By Bob Violino

    Hospitals are tracking visitors, patients and staff, so they can trace all of the people with whom a suspected SARS patient has had contact.

  • Magellan Unveils Tunnel Readers

    By Bob Violino

    New readers/programmers can identify and sort large numbers of items moving on high-speed conveyors.

  • Making RFID Payments Ubiquitous

    By Lynn DeRocco

    Philips and Visa want people to be able to pay for goods and services anywhere by using RFID chips embedded in phones and other devices.

  • GSI to Produce Thin-Film Batteries

    By Bob Violino

    Printed batteries that can power low-cost active RFID labels will likely hit the market next year.

  • New "Pay As You Go" RFID System

    By Bob Violino

    TransCore will make it possible for people to use RFID toll collection systems to pay for parking.

  • Deal Brings Conductive Inks to EU

    By Bob Violino

    Coates Screen has signed a deal to distribute in Europe Parelec's conductive inks, which can be used to print RFID antennas.

  • Xtag Unveils Infant Security System

    By Bob Violino

    The UK company has devised an RFID system that can be integrated with a hospital's access-control network.

  • Kraft to Track Containers with RFID

    By Bob Violino

    The company has chosen TrenStar to tag and track intermediate bulk containers through the supply chain.

  • UCC Ready To Commercialize EPC

    By Bob Violino

    UCC and EAN have formed AutoID Inc., which will issue Electronic Product Codes later this year. They have also clarified their position on RFID standards.

  • RFID Tracked Casualties in Iraq

    By Bob Violino

    During the war, the United States Navy piloted a system that uses RFID to track injured soldiers as they move from the battlefield to hospitals.

  • Provia RFID-Enables Gillette WMS

    By Bob Violino

    The software company is working with Gillette to automate the tracking of products in Gillette's East Coast distribution center.

  • Consortium Aims to Secure Trade

    By Bob Violino

    Nine transportation, technology and supply chain companies have united to try to improve transportation security and economics.

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