Electronic article surveillance (EAS) provider Checkpoint Systems will offer an item-tagging system for clothing retailers that combines EAS and RFID technologies.
One of Europe’s largest amusement parks deploys a Wi-Fi-based RFID system that helps parents retrieve children who have wandered off.
Cargo-tracker Savi Technology says its updated SmartChain platform can work with EPC readers and tags and process twice as many transactions.
A new chipless RFID transponder made of nano-resonant fibers could be invisibly integrated into packaging and labels to enable authentication and thwart counterfeiting.
A provider of transportation-related RFID technology has acquired a satellite-communications firm to enable new global asset tracking and security monitoring services.
Systems integrator ODIN Technologies opens a new warehouse testing facility to try out solutions in a Wal-Mart-type environment.
Startup SupplyScape has teamed with Sun Microsystems to offer an EPC application for tracking the history of pharmaceutical drugs.
RFID and other high-tech seals have the potential to secure supply chain assets. But a Los Alamos National Laboratory study found that it’s important not to mix up inventory and security functions.
RFID-enabled security and surveillance systems provider Axcess gets clearance to sell its products in EEA countries.
Pilots and programs overseen by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security show how RFID technology can speed the movement of people across boarders while reducing the threat of terrorism.