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Some of the biggest companies in the world are clamoring for low-cost RFID systems. But vendors don’t want to invest in developing them.
Several museums in Rotterdam are using RFID to reduce the cost of tracing the movements of works by Rembrandt, Renoir, Picasso and other masters.
Machines communicating via RFID and Bluetooth connections could help save the telecom sector, says Forrester.
Scanpak will be able to integrate RFID data with legacy applications and push the information to desktops and mobile devices.
Savi Technology is teaming up with Qualcomm, a leader in mobile communications, to offer global supply chain tracking.
WhereNet Corp. and SkyBitz are joining forces to offer a system for tracking cargo containers in transit.
Gilbarco, a leader in gas station point of sales equipment, wants to extend RFID payments at the pump to car washes.
France’s Inside Contactless plans to use the venture capital to develop new chips and expand in the U.S. and Asia.
Intermec Technologies and STMicroelectronics join the list of vendors backing the center’s efforts to create a global RFID standard.
Just as the American people have become complacent about another anthrax attack, retailers have become complacent about Wal-Mart using technology to crush them.