by Admin | Jan 26, 2006 | News
This week has seen a handful of stories about RFID's steady and global march into the pharmaceutical, retail, and library management sectors. This article from recaps the developments.
by Jonathan Collins | Aug 4, 2005 | News
As usage grows, public libraries throughout the German city will use RFID technology to track, manage and protect their collections.
by Mary Catherine O’Connor | Jul 11, 2005 | News
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors' Budget Committee rejected a request by the city’s library system to reserve funds for an RFID project in the coming fiscal year.
by Admin | Oct 4, 2004 | News
New Zealand will see its first RFID-enabled library open tomorrow in Manukau City.
by Jonathan Collins | Sep 22, 2004 | News
The leading supplier of books to Dutch libraries is applying RFID labels to all new books to enable automatic management of books within libraries.
by Diane Marie Ward | Aug 6, 2004 | News
A maker of RFID products for libraries develops tag technology to ensure smart labels on CDs and DVDs are successfully read 100 percent of the time.
by Assif Shameen | Jul 12, 2004 | News
With the goal of becoming Asia’s foremost center for RFID technology, the island-republic will invest millions on research and training.
by Admin | Jul 9, 2004 | News
This article was originally published by RFID Update. July 9, 2004—The Vatican has tagged almost half of its more than […]
by Eric Ipsen | Mar 15, 2004 | Expert Views
RFID was one of the hot topics at the Public Library Association’s recent convention in Seattle.
by Admin | Sep 2, 2002 | Features
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?