Sensors

Report: Active RFID Market $6.78B in 2016

Research firm IDTechEx has released a report on the active RFID market and its growth prospects over the next decade. The market will grow from $550 million in 2006 to $6.78 billion in 2016, according to . This article lists the other key findings.

Sensing Supply with RFID

This guest contribution from Manufacturing Insights' Bob Ferrari considers the need for more actionable, real-time supply chain information and how RFID along with other sensor technologies can enable this possibility.

Overview of Legacy RTLS Vendors

In this guest article from Yankee Group, analyst Marcus Torchia surveys the current vendor space of 802.11 based active RFID real-time location systems (RTLS).

Overview of 802.11 RTLS Vendors

In this guest article from Yankee Group, analyst Marcus Torchia surveys the current vendor space of 802.11 based active RFID real-time location systems (RTLS).

IBM and Cisco Serious About RFID

Amid the flurry of announcements coming out of the EPCglobal conference, some of the biggest names in technology are asserting their commitment to the RFID market with new products and services. Today we look at the announcements of two such heavy-hitters, IBM and Cisco.

RTLS Market To Exceed $1.6 Billion by 2010

This is the second guest article from Yankee Group, with predicts that active RFID real-time location systems RTLS will have less than $20 million in revenue for 2005. However, rapid growth will happen in the next several years: global revenue will exceed $1.6 billion by 2010.

The Active RFID Market, Part 1

In this guest article from Yankee Group, analyst Marcus Torchia defines active RFID real-time location systems (RTLS), explains the different kinds, and makes recommendations to enterprises in the market to purchase one.

RFID and the Cold Chain, Part II

Last week RFID Update participated in a phone call discussion about the cold chain, which covered all aspects of the ways in which RFID is being used throughout the cold chain to improve old processes and expand into new ones.

RFID and the Cold Chain, Part I

Last week RFID Update participated in a phone call discussion about the cold chain, which covered all aspects of the ways in which RFID is being used throughout the cold chain to improve old processes and expand into new ones.

Taking a Bigger Picture Look at RFID

Many RFID Update readers responded with an unshaken confidence in RFID's potential to yesterday's coverage of VDC's bearish article on the short-term RFID market.