- U.S. Government Moves Toward Patent Reforms
The Innovation Act could reduce lawsuits against technology users, but it could also have an adverse effect on innovation.
- When Growth Goes Flat
Some economists predict many more years of sluggish demand, which means companies that want to grow their profits will need to invest in new technologies to cut costs.
- Insights From RFID Journal LIVE! Brasil 2013
RFID's adoption in Brazil is still behind that of the United States and Europe, but companies are deploying the technology and solution providers are innovating.
- Marks & Spencer Leads the Way
The world's largest item-level apparel retail RFID deployment shows the technology's value.
- Consumers Want RFID
As privacy concerns are addressed, consumers are beginning to seek radio frequency identification solutions to track their belongings, connect with friends and improve city services.
- Push-Button Inventory
We are getting closer to the day when a company can push a button and obtain an accurate inventory count.
- RFID's Role in Food Safety
With the U.S. Food and Drug Administration taking a more aggressive role in preventing outbreaks of food-borne illnesses, it might be time for growers to embrace new technology.
- The Way Forward
For RFID technology to truly deliver on its promise, industries must come together and agree on standards.
- RFID in a Growing Economy
More companies are deploying radio frequency identification, but they need to look beyond single projects that deliver an ROI and plan an enterprise-wide approach enabling multiple benefits.
- Bloomingdale's and Others Say RFID Works
Early adopters conducted many tests to prove that it does, which means companies considering the technology can focus on the business benefits it will likely deliver.
- Retailers Cite RFID in Year-End Financial Reports
American Apparel and Sears are two companies that have let shareholders know they are investing in radio frequency identification.
- Watch What You Eat
The horsemeat scandal engulfing Europe is evidence that the global food supply chain is just too complex to monitor without RFID and other technologies.
- Predictions for RFID in 2013
It will be another year of steady progress and consolidation.
- 2012: A Year of Progress
End users rolled out new RFID applications and expanded existing deployments, the technology continued to improve, and there were some major acquisitions.
- About Honeywell's Purchase of Intermec
It's a sign of the RFID market's growth, as well as of a potential battle for 'gorilla' status in the reader market.