by Rhea Wessel | May 5, 2009 | News
EPC Gen 2 tags are being deployed at millions of homes across the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, helping postal carriers to monitor service and verify that mail was correctly delivered.
by Beth Bacheldor | May 4, 2009 | News
The company has announced a new reader chip, a new item-level tracking solution, a new distribution agreement and more.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Apr 27, 2009 | News
The platform adds support for EPCIS and several other EPC standards, and incorporates BizTalk RFID Mobile—which the company says will help encourage wider RFID adoption.
by Beth Bacheldor | Apr 21, 2009 | News
Greenville Hospital System is employing EPC Gen 2 RFID tags to ensure expensive equipment is not thrown away.
by Ted Osinski | Apr 18, 2009 | Expert Views
Many end-user companies do not know about EPCglobal certification, or why they should purchase certified RFID hardware and software.
by Beth Bacheldor | Apr 13, 2009 | News
Four years in the making, the consortium recently appointed a new administrator and, within the next two months, expects to offer licenses for its pool of patents related to passive UHF RFID.
by Mark Roberti | Apr 1, 2009 | Features
Sam's Club suppliers that want to save money need to start planning now to meet the tagging mandate. The first steps are virtually cost-free—and could make the difference between achieving benefits and drowning in operation disruptions. RFID Journal has developed a timeline that details what you need to do—and why—and how long it will take.
by Dave Friedlos | Mar 30, 2009 | News
China Construction Bank is using EPC Gen 2 tags to monitor servers at its data center, while the Bank of China is employing active 433 MHz tags to identify the arrival of cashboxes and important clients at its branches.
by Beth Bacheldor | Mar 26, 2009 | News
The Targeted Group's solution, based on EPC Gen 2 RFID technology, can be customized to work in a variety of applications to improve sales and customer service.
by Claire Swedberg | Mar 25, 2009 | News
The Norwegian beverage maker is using EPC Gen 2 UHF RFID tags to track its reusable containers as they are shipped, filled with products, to retailers, and then returned empty to its distribution center.