Editor Mark Roberti recently attended Alien Technology's RFID course. Here's his report.
Alien Technology, a startup making low-cost RFID tags, is considering building a second production facility in North Dakota.
A Swedish startup has developed a low-cost, RFID-like system for embedding intelligence in packaging.
Using conductive inks to print RFID antennas opens up a whole new world of possibilities.
A startup says it has developed highly conductive inks that can be printed on paper at high speeds.
Many business executives are skeptical about RFID, but honest reporting can change that.
Flint Ink is investing several million dollars in a new facility that will develop inks for smart packaging.
NanoPierce says the label maker is exploring the possibility of using its antenna connection technique.
As more people learn about the potential for using RFID to track purchases, privacy concerns are growing.
The company's next-generation UHF integrated circuit will be half the size of a grain of sand.