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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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  • Patrient Safety Applications of Bar-Code and RFID Technologies
    Published June 2005
    Despite the mounting evidence that medical errors are a persistent and growing problem throughout the U.S. health care industry, little has been done to reverse the trend. Nationwide, less than 25 percent of hospitals have even rudimentary technology to reduce errors. This white paper from Zebra Technologies examines how bar coding and RFID can help improve this growing dilemma.
  • Guidance from AIM Global's RFID Expert Group
    Published June 2005
    This white paper from Zebra Technologies provides background, reference information and practical knowledge in the selection and application of RFID-enabled media—conventional labels, tickets and tags with embedded or attached RFID transponders—to the labeling of military goods and assets. It does not address smart packaging, in which a transponder is embedded in the container itself. Parts of this document are being proposed as additions to MIL-STD 129 and MIL-STD 130.
  • Beyond Compliance: The Future Promise Of RFID
    Published May 2005
    Complying with RFID mandates imposed by customers is an imperative for manufacturers. How can the technology improve efficiency, lower costs, enhance quality and boost competitiveness throughout the manufacturing and supply chains? Bearing Point, a business consultancy and systems integrator, addresses the broad issues manufacturers are facing.
  • Smart Ticketing for Mass Transit: The New Global Opportunity Created by Low-Cost, Contactless Ticketing
    Published May 2005
    Innovision Research & Technology plc examines how smart ticketing offers the mass transit industry a significant opportunity to reduce costs, improve efficiency and enhance the traveling customer experience.
    Tags: Retail
  • The RFID Software Conundrum
    Published May 2005
    Todd Warden, VP of business development at Markem Corp., explores ambiguous middleware and the software needed for successful RFID deployments.
  • Smart Ticketing for Mass Transit
    Published May 2005
    This white paper, from Innovision Research & Technology, considers the new global opportunity created by low-cost, contactless, smartcard-based ticketing.
  • Generation 2: A User's Guide
    Published April 2005
    This white paper, prepared by ThingMagic, explores the detailed infrastructure requirements for reading EPC Generation 2 tags, explains how ThingMagic’s software defined radio (SDR) technology easily manages the transition from Generation 1 to future protocol generations, and shows how SDR provides effective future-proofing against the future EPC generations and tag vendor iterations to come.
  • RFID in the Real World
    Published April 2005
    This white paper, written by FKI Logistex, provides a general overview of RFID technology and its use in warehouses and distribution centers. It includes estimates of savings for specific activities, such as claims management, cross docking and dispatching.
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