Will companies invest millions to deploy the Auto-ID Center's RFID system? Those who have examined the business case say yes.
How close is the Auto-ID Center is to creating a network for tracking goods worldwide? And what will the equipment will cost?
Accenture recently showed off a prototype system for tracking unique items in a retail environment.
White Papers say a retailer with 800 stores could save $150 million per year from tracking individual items.
Flying Null, a British maker of magnetic tagging technologies, has unveiled an ID label that is just three microns thick.
Alan Haberman played an instrumental role in the creation of the bar code 25 years ago. He spoke recently to RFID Journal
about the future of auto identification.
The leading maker of bar code printers has joined the Auto-ID Center's efforts to create a low-cost RFID tracking system.
BiosGroup's intelligent software agents could play an important role in supply chains by responding automatically to information coming from RFID tags and readers.
Alien Technology recently demonstrated the world's first low-cost RFID tag based on the Auto-ID Center's specification.
The drugstore chain has joined the Auto-ID Center in the hope that RFID can ensure products haven't reached their expiration date.