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Sensors Editor's Note

  • Aerospace and Defense Catch Up on RFID

    For years, adoption in these sectors was limited. But now, requirements by Airbus, Boeing and the U.S. Department of Defense have led suppliers to deploy the technology.

  • RFID Will Make Buildings Smart

    Low-cost, battery-free sensors can be embedded in buildings to provide feedback on the state of those structures.

  • 10 Predictions for 2016

    This will be a good year for the RFID industry, especially for companies selling systems to retail and apparel businesses.

  • Outstanding Products Featured at LIVE! 2015

    The exhibit hall was filled with some amazing new products, but Zebra's MotionWorks, Phase IV Engineering’s strain sensor and Smartrac's moisture sensor were standouts.

  • The Year of the Sensor

    At RFID Journal LIVE! 2015, a variety of low-cost RFID sensors will be introduced, giving end users the opportunity to better manage their environments.

  • Big RFID Deployments and Better RFID Products

    Entries for the 2015 RFID Journal Awards were outstanding, indicating that the RFID industry is maturing rapidly.

  • The Intranet of Things

    The Internet of Things used by consumers and the ones used by companies will likely be very different.

  • RFID and the Future of Engineering

    All types of engineers will need to master the technology in the coming years.

  • The Value of End-User Case Studies

    Events that feature presentations about real-world RFID deployments can help you solve business problems, as well as provide insights into how the technology can benefit you in ways you never thought of.

  • RFID Can Reduce Data-Center Energy Consumption

    The Internet and an insatiable demand for online connectivity are fueling explosive growth in energy consumption by server farms, but RFID-enabled sensors can help.

  • Still Crazy After All These Years

    Why I believe more passionately in radio frequency identification now than I did when I first launched RFID Journal, 10 years ago this week.

  • The Year That Was

    2011 saw some economic ups and downs, but many companies turned to RFID to track the locations of their products and assets—and to monitor their conditions.

  • Reducing Risk With RFID

    Greater visibility into what's happening to physical assets and products should reduce insurance costs for companies.

  • Learning From the RFID Learned

    At RFID Journal LIVE! 2011, an unprecedented wealth of knowledge will be shared by end users with hands-on experience deploying real-world RFID systems.

  • The Year of Value-Driven RFID Deployments

    2010 might have been a turning point for radio frequency identification, in that end users finally discovered the technology's business benefits.

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