IBM is expanding into RFID with a new services initiative called "E-business to Smart Machines."
Athena Integration has introduced a software suite that uses data from RFID tags to transform manufacturing operations.
Accenture recently showed off a prototype system for tracking unique items in a retail environment.
Four years ago, Rockefeller University Library became the first library to use RFID to track books. Dozens of others have followed suit. Do these systems pay off?
The high-tech industry's e-business standards group will become a wholly owned subsidiary of the Uniform Code Council.
Retailers, manufacturers and transportation companies will examine how new technologies work together in the supply chain.
Machines communicating via RFID and Bluetooth connections could help save the telecom sector, says Forrester.
Scanpak will be able to integrate RFID data with legacy applications and push the information to desktops and mobile devices.