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An expert from Kansas State University says, Yes, but several issues need to be resolved, including cost and performance of RFID tags and readers.
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GE Public Finance will offer special rates to states deploying cutting-edge prisoner tracking technology.
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Alex Mandl has been confirmed as CEO and two board members were ousted, ending a year of turmoil.
Auto-ID Center director Helen Duce spoke to RFID Journal about the center’s efforts in Europe in 2003.