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  • Long-Range RFID for Access Control

    By Bob Violino

    Xtag of the UK has introduced a battery-powered RFID tag that can provide hands-free access to parking garages, buildings, even operating rooms.

  • Tagsys Demos Smallest EPC Tag

    By Bob Violino

    The French company has produced a 13.56 MHz, Class 1 tag that is no bigger than a contact lens.

  • Retailer Tests RFID on Garments

    By Bob Violino

    Kaufhof of Germany will track garments from Gerry Weber to two of its stores to see how RFID can boost supply chain efficiency and reduce theft.

  • RFID Lock for Electronic Devices

    By Bob Violino

    A startup has patented a way to use an RFID tag to render an electronic device inoperable without a password, which could deter supply chain theft.

  • RFID for Your Shopping Cart

    By Bob Violino

    Multichannel Retail has developed an RFID-enabled version of its Personal Shopping Assistant to take advantage of item-level data.

  • Japan Opens Up UHF for RFID Use

    By Bob Violino

    Exclusive: The Japanese government has allocated 950 to 956 MHz for RFID, paving the way for the global adoption of UHF tags for supply chain tracking.

  • RFID Aids the Customer Experience

    By Bob Violino

    IMX, a cosmetics company, is using RFID wands to give customers a high-tech buying experience.

  • Second Source of Class 1 EPC Chips

    By Bob Violino

    A partnership between Alien Technology and STMicro will create a new source of Class 1 EPC tags, including a version designed for use outside of the US.

  • Tesco Tests Low-Cost RFID System

    By Bob Violino

    Technology from MeadWestvaco lets one reader power hundreds of antennas built into DVD smart shelves.

  • Low-Cost Optical Locating System

    By Bob Violino

    An Israeli company has combined optical and RF technology in a way that it says reduces the cost of RTLS deployments.

  • Benetton Explains RFID Privacy Flap

    By Bob Violino

    Mauro Benetton clears up the confusion behind the Benetton Group's RFID announcement.

  • Delta Takes RFID under Its Wing

    By Bob Violino

    The carrier plans to use 40,000 disposable tags in a one-month test designed to see how RFID can transform its "under-wing" operations.

  • RFID Journal Launches RFID U.

    By Bob Violino

    RFID Journal will hold a series of one-day, intensive, hands-on seminars for executives who want to learn how to deploy RFID technology.

  • Group Proposes RFID Privacy Law

    By Bob Violino

    CASPIAN, the group that spearheaded the boycott of Benetton, has proposed legislation aimed at protecting consumer privacy in the US.

  • Gemplus Plans RFID Reentry

    By Jonathan Collins

    Three years ago, the world’s biggest smart card provider sold its RFID division. Now it’s looking to develop new RFID products.

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