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  • Safeguarding the Food Supply

    By Jonathan Collins

    Global Technology Resources’ system uses RFID to track edible products throughout the supply chain.

  • Meeting U.S. Regulatory Obligations

    By Bob Violino

    RFID technology could help companies cope with interrelated regulations governing international trade, says one expert.

  • Two EPC Vendors Go Royalty Free

    By Bob Violino

    Alien Technology and Matrics have signed EPCglobal's intellectual-property policy and will offer their RFID IP on a royalty-free basis.

  • Tags Deliver the Message

    By Jennifer Maselli

    RFID-enabled wireless messaging applications promise to automate worker and robot communication at car assembly plants.

  • Axcess Opens Doors in Europe

    By Jonathan Collins

    RFID-enabled security and surveillance systems provider Axcess gets clearance to sell its products in EEA countries.

  • AWID Moves Into New Markets

    By Mark Carroll

    Tag and reader engineering company Applied Wireless Identification Group will supply UHF readers to Taiwan’s hog industry.

  • EPC Privacy Principles to Evolve

    By Bob Violino

    EPCglobal says broad privacy guidelines approved by the Auto-ID Center board at its final meeting will evolve to meet consumers' needs.

  • Estimating RFID's Pace of Adoption

    By Jonathan Collins

    After talking with retailers, manufacturers and technology providers, Insight Research reports on RFID’s perceived issues and expected milestones.

  • DOD Stresses RFID Cooperation

    By Bob Violino

    Senior Defense Department representatives open a dialog with suppliers over the military’s RFID plans.

  • Dexit Turns RFID Cards into Cash

    By Jonathan Collins

    A Canadian company's new service lets consumers make small purchases using a contactless system.

  • The Coming RFID Revolution

  • HighJump Makes the Leap to RFID

    By Samuel Greengard

    Supply chain applications provider HighJump adds RFID-enabling modules aimed at Wal-Mart suppliers and other companies.

  • SmartCode Readies RFID Production

    By Bob Violino

    The Israeli startup has unveiled a second-generation tag assembly machine that it says can produce 10 billion units per year.

  • RTLS Drives Efficiencies at BMW

    By Jennifer Maselli

    The German automaker deploys a real-time locating system to keep car inventory moving.

  • Two More RFID Test Centers Open

    By Bob Violino

    Software provider RedPrairie and systems integrator Xterprise launch facilities to help suppliers ensure compliance with Wal-Mart's RFID requirements.

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