by Dave Friedlos | Mar 25, 2009 | News
Officials at Kaohsiung Harbor, Taiwan's busiest port, have introduced the seals with EPC Gen 2 chips to improve security and reduce the need for officers to escort cargo containers.
by Beth Bacheldor | Mar 24, 2009 | News
Southeastern Container is leveraging an EPC Gen 2 RFID system to track thousands of bins packed with plastic tubes used to make soda bottles.
by Bob Violino | Mar 16, 2009 | Features
Tagging sellable units is a different ball game from tagging pallets. New compliance packages can help you get up to speed quickly or offset the cost by achieving internal benefits. Here's what you should know to choose the right product for your company's needs.
by Beth Bacheldor | Mar 16, 2009 | News
The Research Laboratory of Electronics is using an EPC Gen 2 RFID system from Barcoding Inc. to manage thousands of funding proposals and other paper documents.
by Elizabeth Wasserman | Feb 1, 2009 | Vertical Focus
Although RFID won't fix the mortgage problem, banks are investing in the technology to improve other business practices—a move they believe will pay off in dollars and sense.
by Admin | Oct 5, 2007 | News
Impinj announces high-octane firmware; Intel-powered RFID readers emerging; Adasa's hands-free RFID tag creation and application; HP announces solution to link BizTalk with SAP's Auto-ID Infrastructure; RFID device makers leverage open source to interface with IBM; RSI ID Technologies unveils tamper-evident RFID tag.
by Rhea Wessel | Sep 20, 2007 | News
The project involves the application of EPC tags to individual garments and the use of RFID-enabled dressing rooms and displays and a smart mirror. The participants say this is the world's first end-to-end UHF item-level application.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Mar 6, 2007 | News
Intel has shrunk many of an interrogator's critical components onto a single chip, which manufacturers can use to make more compact, power-efficient readers. Other chipmakers are also making reader chips.
by Mark Roberti | May 22, 2006 | Editor's Notes
The new protocol is not going to deliver a huge performance boost—at least not right away.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | May 1, 2006 | News
The new interrogator offers the same functions as the Mercury4, plus added interference filtering.