RFID Channel

RFID News Roundup

EU-Sponsored GRIFS project publishes RFID standards report; UPM Raflatac opens factory in China; Cogiscan rolls out RFID-enabled storage cart for reel feeders; Omni-ID offers on-demand option.
RFID Journal’s Watch List: People to Watch

RFID Journal’s Watch List: People to Watch

Will RFID adoption accelerate across industries, or will it forever remain a niche technology, delivering value in only a few applications? We surveyed the RFID landscape to identify the people most likely to influence adoption, either positively or negatively.

RFID News Roundup

Digital frame uses NFC to receive photos from mobile devices; U.S. customs agency completes RFID implementations at Washington and Arizona border crossings; Infineon adds PJM Light RFID chip to its product portfolio; Army hospital gets RTLS to track assets; Awarepoint raises $13.3 million in VC funding; Indian RFID vendor intros active UHF RFID tag.

RFID News Roundup

Visa's contactless payWave cards debut in Germany; 3M intros protective sleeve to keep smart cards safe; Gowlings law firm employs RFID to track, manage files; Sirit obtains ETSI certification for UHF RFID reader; rigging supplier John Sakach Co. adopts N4 Systems' RFID system.

RFID News Roundup

Global RFID market to reach $5.3 billion this year; RF Code unveils RFID solution for monitoring data center environment; French retailer launches NFC payment trial; California residential/retail park implements RFID-enabled parking system; CSL's EPC Gen 2 handheld reader available in North America; Omni-ID's UHF tethered tag for small assets; Sirit and Mikoh partner on passive RFID vehicle identification system.
EPC Connection 2008 Report

EPC Connection 2008 Report

At October's EPC Connection event, held in Chicago, 350 industry professionals attended presentations from organizations currently deploying EPC RFID technologies successfully. They also received updates from EPCglobal North America and viewed technology demonstrations. View the presentations from the conference.