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Each month, RFID Journal receives numerous white paper submissions from outside experts. We read each paper carefully and select the most informative articles. Please note that we cannot guarantee the accuracy of facts or claims in these papers.

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  • Retail Fashion Market RFID Solutions
    Published October 2010
    Motorola explains how RFID can provide real-time inventory visibility, enabling retailers to react more rapidly to inventory demand and stocking levels, thereby helping ensure that products are available to customers when needed. (4 pages)
    Tags: Retail
  • RFID Solutions in the Oil & Gas Industry
    Published September 2010
    From the offshore oil rig to the plant, RFID gives companies a tool to maximize uptime, respond faster to day-to-day business needs, restore production more rapidly in the event of an incident, and better protect employees. In this industry brief, Motorola explains how the technology provides the automated end-to-end visibility needed to streamline the tracking of materials, equipment and personnel in the oil and gas industries. (8 pages)
  • Supply Chain Management Solutions for Federal Agencies
    Published September 2010
    Federal agencies need a fully integrated solution that leverages RFID and related sensor technologies in order to get a complete picture of their supply chains, as well as the assets that move about within them. Savi Technology examines how agencies can manage critical mobile assets and shipments within their facilities, and throughout the federal supply chain. (14 pages)
  • Motorola’s Manufacturing RFID Solutions
    Published September 2010
    Manufacturers are faced with globalization, increased competition and other economic pressures, and must continuously look to drive costs down, increase asset utilization and reduce material expenses, while at the same time addressing clients' demands for faster delivery, better customer service and customized products. Motorola explains why many manufacturers are looking to RFID to address these challenges. (4 pages)
  • RFID Tag Comparison Guide: Understanding Broadband Technology
    Published August 2010
    As RFID technology matures, users are faced with an increasing array of options for unlocking new business benefits and value. Ten years ago, RFID solutions were limited by short read distances and high costs, but the advent of passive UHF RFID and the EPC Class 1 Gen 2 protocol shifted the paradigm, opening up portal-based solutions and global interoperability. In this white paper, Omni-ID discusses how passive UHF enables real-world solutions for applications requiring tags to work on and around metal, and also explores the introduction of a global on-metal passive UHF RFID tag. (10 pages)
  • Intelligent Foreign Object Prevention
    Published August 2010
    Airports and airlines must constantly monitor for foreign objects (FO)—any substance, debris or article alien to a vehicle or system that could potentially cause damage. Millions of dollars' worth of damages and injuries result from FO, in fact, every year. In this white paper, XERAFY examines the use of RFID in aviation to ensure that aircraft and airports are kept clean and properly maintained, in order to keep those who operate, work on and ride such craft safe. (7 pages)
  • Can RFID Tags Work Inside Metal?
    Published August 2010
    Xerafy examines how RFID can significantly reduce the time it takes a company to conduct inventories, as well as how to embed tags in products made of metal, such as automobiles, at the point of manufacture. (4 pages)
  • Data Center Re-architecture With RFID
    Published August 2010
    Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulations mandate that all companies maintaining sensitive data such as financial and health records not only prove they own their own equipment, but also have complete control over equipment content security. Xerafy explains how RFID can help address the challenge of conducting inventory in the metal-rich environment of a data center. (3 pages)
    Tags: Security
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