A Johns Hopkins University research team has cracked the popular RFID-based security system used in car keys to fight automobile theft.
The U.S. government plans to use RFID technology as a means to quickly and accurately identify visitors at U.S. ports of entry.
VeriSign will probably announce enhancements to its RFID technology at the EPC Developer's Conference to be held in Chicago this April.
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General Electric's Security division is developing a new RFID-based system that can be built into a new generation of shipping containers.
The Swiss company, one of the largest tag producers in the world, provides RFID solutions for three target markets: logistics, access control and animal identification.
A new car immobilizer system uses three RFID readers to make it tougher for thieves to drive off with your automobile.
The Department of the Interior becomes second government agency to issue employee access cards that meet the GSC-IS standard, using Philips' Mifare DESFire chips.
At Dryden Flight Research Center, NASA is exploring ways to reduce costs and risk by using RFID to automatically identify and track hazardous materials.
When its RFID luggage-handling system goes online in January, the Hong Kong Airport expects to lower labor costs, increase capacity and improve security.