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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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  • Ten Points to Consider in a Business Integration Vendor
    Published January 2005
    Business integration provides two primary advantages: real-time access to business information and the insight needed to manage critical processes. With business integration, companies can see how business processes are performing, predict what might happen in the future and adjust those processes rapidly to address changes. This white paper by webMethods explains how using business integration can help create new applications and increase productivity.
  • RFID Futures in Western Europe
    Published January 2005
    This white paper, from Susan Griffin and Colin Willaims of Juniper Research, addresses RFID technology issues and markets in Western Europe. It discusses the European technology standards debate, and the opportunities and challenges facing companies wishing to implement RFID initiatives within Europe. It also provides a forecast for European RFID initiatives to 2009.
  • MRI and RFID Human Implants
    Published December 2004
    James Lamberg, an electrical engineering student at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, tested whether RFID transponders implanted into humans are affected when the person undergoes magnetic resonance imaging. He presents the results in this technical paper.
  • The RFID-Enabled Warehouse
    Published December 2004
    This paper, written by the researchers at Pennsylvania State University's Center for Supply-Chain Research and sponsored by SAP, explains the uses of RFID in the warehouse and provides examples of RFID implementation. It also explains the barriers and challenges to a successful implementation.
  • Leveraging Product Codes for Internet Commerce
    Published November 2004
    Ross Stapleton-Gray, an independent consultant, explains why the Electronic Product Code and related EPCglobal Network infrastructure could jumpstart the use of product codes to identify items bought and sold online, giving new impetus to electronic commerce.
  • Scanning with a Purpose—Supporting the Fair Information Principles in RFID Protocols
    Published November 2004
    This white paper, written by Christian Floerkemeier, Roland Schneider and Marc Langheinrich of the Institute for Pervasive Computing at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, proposes changes to RFID protocols to address consumer privacy concerns by appropriately supporting the fair information practices. The paper suggests new features and outline how they would allow consumer interest groups and privacy-concerned individuals to judge whether an RFID reader deployment complies with the corresponding regulations through the use of a watchdog tag.
    Tags: Privacy
  • RFID Technology and Its Uses for Automatic Identification Data
    Published November 2004
    Submitted by SATO America, Inc., this document describes the basic components of an RFID system and explores the technology, applications and competitive advantages of RFID and its uses for automatic identification data collection (AIDC).
    Tags: Auto-ID
  • RFID in the Consumer Goods Supply Chain
    Published October 2004
    Larry Shutzberg, VP and chief information officer of Rock-Tenn Co., one of North America's leading folding carton makers, gives an in-depth analysis of the challenges facing RFID early adopters, based on his firsthand experience.
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