The Japanese government has allocated 950 to 956 MHz for RFID, paving the way for the global adoption of UHF tags for supply chain tracking.
IMX, a cosmetics company, is using RFID wands to give customers a high-tech buying experience.
A partnership between Alien Technology and STMicro will create a new source of Class 1 EPC tags, including a version designed for use outside of the US.
Technology from MeadWestvaco lets one reader power hundreds of antennas built into DVD smart shelves.
In an exclusive interview with RFID Journal,
Mauro Benetton explains why he launched an RFID company, why the Benetton Group ran afoul of privacy advocates and how the group plans to use RFID in the future.
Mauro Benetton clears up the confusion behind the Benetton Group's RFID announcement.
The new division will develop printed RFID antennas, smart packaging and printed electronics.
At the Retail Systems 2003/VICS Collaborative Commerce event in Chicago last week, Wal-Mart CIO Linda Dillman spoke extensively about the retailer's plans for using RFID.
A new survey says many companies are interested in deploying RFID technology but are concerned about integrating RFID data with back-end systems.
Last week marked a turning point for RFID, but it's worth taking stock of where the technology stands today and where it needs to go.