- NYK Logistics Tracks Containers
The system from WhereNet enables the logistics company to track containers, trailers and tractors within its 70-acre yard.
- The EPC Network Gets Real
VeriSign, a company best known for handling secure transactions on the Web, is offering businesses a way to leverage the Auto-ID Center's EPC Network.
- LITI Offers Retail RFID System
The Japanese company is selling an in-store inventory management system could save time and labor.
- RSA Security Designs RFID Blocker
Tags that interfere with readers could ensure privacy, while allowing consumers to benefit from RFID.
- Flint Ink Sets Up RFID Antenna Unit
The company's conductive-inks division formulates a new name and new plans.
- Privacy Group Focuses on RFID
The International Association of Privacy Professionals held an audio conference last week to make members aware of RFID privacy issues.
- RFID Help for Companies Using SAP
Acsis, a vendor of supply-chain optimization software for SAP users, has launched RFID consulting services.
- Sun Sees Big Benefits in RFID
A senior executive recently told reporters that RFID will be not only be pervasive, but will bring major benefits to retailers.
- RFID Tracks Video and DVD Rentals
TVL and Matrics have created an integrated system that uses RFID tags to track rental inventory.
- Wal-Mart Expands RFID Mandate
The world's largest retailer says that it will ask all suppliers to tag pallets and cases by the end of 2006.
- IP Unveils RFID-Enabled Warehouse
International Paper has gone live with a completely automated RFID Warehouse Tracking System that manages inventory at one of its mills.
- Alien Gets $38 Million in Funding
The company will use the money to create tags and readers for worldwide use and to expand its production capacity.
- RFID Speeds Sorting of Packages
Siemens Dematic and Matrics say a test of an RFID-enabled conveyor system sorted cartons with 100 percent accuracy.
- Vendor Touts 'RFID Ready Program'
SmartCode has launched a program aimed at retailers, manufacturers and suppliers looking to deploy low-cost RFID systems.
- Industry Vets Launch ePC Group
Pete Abell and John Greaves have teamed up to offer high-level consulting services to retailers, suppliers and product developers.