- Readers That Sense Distance
By measuring the distance between RFID interrogators and passive tags, companies can better differentiate items as they pass through portals.
- RFID's Future Looks Bright for Indian Jewelers
The technology has matured, and can now provide a strong ROI—once the industry overcomes its fear of change.
- A Tool for All Industries
Will today's technology be able to handle tomorrow's huge RFID data volumes?
- Focus on RFID's Value, Not Tag Cost
Add up all the benefits a tag would deliver, then decide if the price is right.
- Cashing In on Contactless Sporting Events
There are many benefits to adopting a cashless payment system that enables spectators to use RFID cards to pay for food, beverages and other items. Here's what you need to know.
- EPCIS Implementers Need to Clean Up Their Data
One hundred percent of first-time exchanges of EPCIS events between companies contained errors. If not corrected, such mistakes could jeopardize the promise of tracking and tracing.
- Beyond the Basics
Innovative RFID applications can deliver more benefits and a faster ROI.
- Lessons From Air Safety
RFID could be the food supply chain's equivalent of the flight data recorder.
- AspireRFID Can Lower Deployment Costs
The project, involving academic and research institutions across Europe, has developed free open-source RFID middleware, and is currently working to create a range of tools to facilitate RFID deployment.
- Brother, Can You Spare a Tag?
A recession is the right time for RFID innovation.
- How to Realize the Full Potential of EPCIS
EPC Information Service applications are powerful tools for maximizing the value of an EPC RFID deployment, and the EPCIS Validation Portal service can help expedite the deployment and implementation of EPCIS.
- The Business Case for Attacks Against RFID Applications
The goal of instituting RFID security measures should be to find a balance between an investment in security and the resulting business benefits.
- Protecting EPC Tags
In the short term, companies could use a transponder ID written to every microchip to ensure the authenticity of an EPC tag.
- The Reality Search Engine
While Google is great at finding written or recorded information, it can't deliver when it comes to real-time, real-life events. RFID could change that.
- If at First You Don't Succeed
Companies should keep an open mind about RFID applications.