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  • 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.

  • IP Forms RFID Alliance

    By Jonathan Collins

    The giant paper and forest product maker teams up with systems integrator ESYNC.

  • California Holds New RFID Hearing

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    State senators worry that consumers have no legal protection against loss of privacy through RFID use.

  • Smart Labels for Higher Education

    By Jonathan Collins

    China uses PicoTag smart labels from RFID chip developer Inside Contactless on students’ ID cards.

  • Auto-ID Lab Puts Expertise to Work

    By Jonathan Collins

    Cambridge's Auto-ID Lab will offer independent RFID equipment testing and instructional courses in 2004.

  • Clearing RFID's Hurdles

    By Bob Violino

    Research firm IDC cautions there is no simple path to RFID adoption and suggests ways to map out deployment across the supply chain.

  • Shock Absorbers for Smart Labels

    By Bob Violino

    Appleton develops printable paper labels that protect embedded RFID microchips from electrostatic and mechanical damage.

  • Building a Smarter Container

    By Bob Violino

    Savi Technology introduces a device that keeps tabs on what's going on inside a shipping container and sends out real-time reports.

  • RFID Tags and the Question of Personal Privacy

  • Sun Puts RFID to the Test

    By Bob Violino

    Computer hardware and software maker Sun Microsystems will open a test center that lets Wal-Mart suppliers appraise RFID solutions.

  • Tesco RFID Rollout Starts in April

    By Bob Violino

    Britain’s largest retailer announces RFID rollout plans for its distribution centers, stores and suppliers.

  • Drug Tracking to Begin in March

    By Bob Violino

    Pharmaceutical manufacturers have been asked to put EPC tags on Class 2 drugs shipped to a Wal-Mart distribution center.

  • Report: RFID Benefits Not Equal

    By Bob Violino

    A.T. Kearney says RFID will bring great benefits to Wal-Mart and other retailers, but manufacturers will bear most of the costs and see little return.

  • EPCglobal Chief to Push Standards

    By Bob Violino

    Margaret Fitzgerald, the new president of EPCglobal, says she will work toward “open, consensus-based, global standards.”

  • Auto-ID Center Founder Joins OAT

    By Bob Violino

    Sanjay Sarma, the MIT professor who cofounded the Auto-ID Center, has joined the startup that developed a software platform for managing EPC data.

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