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Texas Instruments plans to take on the leader in RFID access control with a new line of 13.56 MHz reader and card security systems.
The alliance with a subsidiary of Transamerica Leasing gives Savi access to a potentially lucrative market.
The British government is spending EUR9 million on eight RFID field tests, which may give UK companies a competitive advantage.
Sanjay Sarma, head of research at the Auto-ID Center, is leading the effort to create an, open global network for tracking products using low-cost RFID tags.
The company will monitor 30,000 six-packs of deodorant as they move from a manufacturing plant to three Safeway stores.
The U.K.’s Ministry of Transport will use smart cards to reduce fraud related to the inspection of vehicles.
eXI Wireless, a Canadian maker of RFID systems, has been granted a US patent for a way to enable a reader to scan hundreds of tags.
The acquisition of Indala’s unit strengthens the Scottish company’s position in oil, natural gas and other markets.
The maker of retail security and ID systems, reported weak financial results, due to a decline in capital spending by retailers.
Excessive secrecy could be the Auto-ID Center’s Achilles heel.