by Claire Swedberg | Jan 3, 2005 | News
A new car immobilizer system uses three RFID readers to make it tougher for thieves to drive off with your automobile.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Dec 20, 2004 | News
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.
by Jonathan Collins | Dec 14, 2004 | News
At Dryden Flight Research Center, NASA is exploring ways to reduce costs and risk by using RFID to automatically identify and track hazardous materials.
by Jonathan Collins | Dec 13, 2004 | Case Studies
When its RFID luggage-handling system goes online in January, the Hong Kong Airport expects to lower labor costs, increase capacity and improve security.
by Mark Roberti | Dec 10, 2004 | News
The retailer is testing passive tags on products to enhance supply chain security.
by Jonathan Collins | Dec 10, 2004 | News
Participants in the Smart and Secure Tradelanes (SST) initiative are using RFID to secure and track containers of beef from Namibia to the United Kingdom.
by Mark Roberti | Dec 7, 2004 | News
Mic Dinsmore, CEO of the Port of Seattle, says action is needed in 2005 to secure the global supply chain.
by Mark Roberti | Nov 22, 2004 | Editor's Notes
The FDA and several pharmaceutical companies have taken the initiative to use RFID to combat drug counterfeiting and protect consumers.
by Jonathan Collins | Nov 16, 2004 | News
To meet mandates and help thwart counterfeiting, Purdue will add RFID labels to bottles of its popular pain reliever shipped to Wal-Mart and drug wholesaler HD Smith.
by Jonathan Collins | Nov 15, 2004 | News
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration lifts some labeling requirements and gains support from two major pharmaceutical manufacturers.