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KSW-Microtec of Germany has introduced a new RFID temperature sensor to safeguard meat, produce and other products.
RFID tracking technology is designed prevent terrorists from sneaking weapons of mass destruction into cargo containers.
The markets took a pounding last week. Technology in general, and RFID in particular, could lead the recovery.
University of Pittsburgh professor Marlin Mickle has developed a novel approach to RFID. His PENI tag “harvests” energy to transmit back a unique ID, which improves performance.
The leading maker of bar code printers has joined the Auto-ID Center’s efforts to create a low-cost RFID tracking system.
Two of the leading equipment vendors have combined to form the largest biometrics company in the United States.
The center today opened a robotic demonstration lab at its facility in Cambridge, England, to show off RFID’s manufacturing capabilities.
UK oil services company has signed a deal with In-Depth Systems to provide RFID technology that can trigger equipment inside oil wells.
The startup has developed some of the software the Auto-ID Center needed to make its low-cost RFID network operate efficiently.
A vast new market for low-cost RFID tags and readers is emerging, and Wal-Mart is the driving force behind it.