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  • MTU Examines RFID to Keep Its Production Line Rolling

    By Jonathan Collins

    The German manufacturer simulated an RFID-enabled kanban system to keep parts in stock and to introduce the technology to employees.

  • UPM Keeps Its Eye on RFID

    By Jonathan Collins

    Now part of UPM's Raflatac label-stock division, the company formerly known as Rafsec says it retains its commitment to meet the global demand for low-cost inlays and tags.

  • Symbol’s Goal: Win With High-Performance RFID Solutions

    By Mark Roberti

    With its acquisition of Matrics complete, Symbol Technologies aims to compete in the UHF RFID market by providing high-performance RFID tags and interrogators and complete solutions for specific industries.

  • Omron's New Mantra

    By Jonathan Collins

    The Japanese electronics vendor is focusing on making UHF systems for the supply chain, starting with the creation of the RFID Business Development Group in the United States.

  • GSS Gets Tagging Down to a Science

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    A major government supplier of scientific lab equipment examines the unique challenges of tagging the goods it distributes, and says it's ready to meet upcoming RFID mandates and its customer needs.

  • Cisco Stays Focused on Network

    By Ari Juels

    As companies scale up RFID deployment, the router giant says they will require a network that can intelligently handle a lot of new data—and Cisco plans to meet that need.

  • Unisys Pursues New Passive Roles

    By Jonathan Collins

    Primed to provide services to commercial customers using passive RFID, can Unisys successfully leverage what it has learned from its active RFID deployments?

  • Sokymat: Putting Its Know-how to Work

    By Arris Han

    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.

  • IBM Bulks Up Its RFID Initiative

    By Jonathan Collins

    Big Blue has made RFID a top priority, adding the technology to its manufacturing operations, rolling out industry-specific RFID deployment services and rolling out RFID test labs.

  • Putting RFID Know-How to Work

    By Jonathan Collins

    Hewlett-Packard was an early adopter of RFID technology. Now, the IT and computer powerhouse wants to put knowledge gained internally to work for its customers.

  • ADT Will Monitor Your RFID Readers

    By Mark Roberti

    The security company wants to leverage the engineering and services units of parent Tyco Fire & Security to create an organization that can install and service large-scale RFID deployments.

  • Zeroing In on the Closed-Loop

    By Jonathan Collins

    Since 1985, Escort Memory Systems has flourished by providing closed-loop RFID systems for manufacturing plants and industrial operations—a market that remains strong.

  • Profile: Sun Turns Up the Heat

    By Jonathan Collins

    Four years after becoming the first technology company to sponsor the Auto-ID Center, Sun Microsystems says its focus on network computing and peer-to-peer EPC platforms will beat out the competition.

  • TI-RFid Broadens its Spectrum

    By Bob Violino

    Texas Instruments has been a major player in the RFID market for more than a decade, but it watched competitors selling UHF systems steal the limelight. This Vendor Profile explains TI's new market strategy.

  • SAP Takes RFID into the Enterprise

    By Bob Violino

    The enterprise resource planning vendor's Auto-ID Infrastructure aims to help companies leverage RFID data. This Vendor Profile looks at SAP's strategy for using RFID to enhance supply chain applications.

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