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Innovision Research & Technology says RFID can reduce human error in hospitals and save lives.
Open standards create opportunity by dramatically increasing the size of the potential market.
KSW-Microtec has unveiled new washable RFID labels that can be attached directly to the fabric of garments.
The company has awarded a $5.15 million contract to Epic Data to install a shop floor data collection system using RFID.
Reader maker has partnered with four value-added resellers in an effort to penetrate new vertical markets.
Mitsui, a major Japanese trading firm, and Canon are the latest Asian sponsors.
AeroAstro, a micro-satellite supplier, has launched a new device for tracking goods in transit that costs just $349.
It foolish to continue selling proprietary systems when the broad market has embraced open standards.
Gen. Tommy Franks has decreed that all supplies bound for Afghanistan must be tracked with RFID tags to provide visibility and flexibility
An AMR Research says early RFID implementations have shown a 3 to 5 percent reduction in supply chain costs.