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  • 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.

  • Flint Sets Up Conductive Ink Unit

    By Bob Violino

    The new division will develop printed RFID antennas, smart packaging and printed electronics.

  • Integration Impeding Use of RFID

    By Bob Violino

    A new survey says many companies are interested in deploying RFID technology but are concerned about integrating RFID data with back-end systems.

  • Wal-Mart Draws Line in the Sand

    By Bob Violino

    CIO Linda Dillman made it clear that Wal-Mart intends to have its top suppliers put RFID tags on pallets and cases beginning Jan. 1, 2005.

  • Intermec Unveils Handheld Reader

    By Bob Violino

    The new IP3 UHF reader is built into a grip that works with the company's 700 Series handheld computer.

  • RFID the Hot Topic at Retail Show

    By Bob Violino

    Interest in RFID was high during the opening day of Retail Systems 2003/VICS Collaborative Commerce event in Chicago, as vendors showed off new systems.

  • Two Vendors Offer RFID Packages

    By Bob Violino

    Intermec and Manhattan Associates have introduced all-in-one packages aimed at helping companies get RFID pilots off the ground quickly.

  • 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.

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