A South African company claims it has invented a scanner that can
read multiple radio frequency identification (RFID) tags and pick
them out from a crowd, allowing users to accurately locateobjects
among multiple targets.
Retailers around the world are stepping up plans to use RFID
according to a new report by Frost & Sullivan, which sends
another signal to food processors they might soon have to make the
costly transformation in their supply chains.
As many food company executives are still figuring out how to
implement radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, a data
collector has put 500 cases studies online to help them learn from
the best -- and the worse -- in the...
Most of the North American food and drink companies adopting radio
frequency identification (RFID) technology are being driven to do
so by mandates from key organisations, including Wal-Mart, the US's
department of defence and...
While retailers like Wal-Mart are forcing their suppliers to use
radio frequency identification (RFID), many are reluctant to jump
on the technological bandwagon due to the high costs involved
according to a new survey.
InkSure Technologies announced yesterday it has been awarded two
key US patents related to the company's ongoing development of
chipless radio frequency tags that can be printed on a product,
reports Ahmed ElAmin.
Leading RFID supply chain solutions provider Savi Technology has
joined up with GPS provider Comtech Mobile Datacom to develop an
integrated tracker that identifies cargo while in-transit and
The talent pool of individuals skilled in RFID (radio frequency
identification) is shallow and could impact the successful adoption
of the technology, according to a new survey from Computing
Technology Industry Association (CompTIA),...
An industry export is urging label producers to start investing in
RFID smart label technology in order to take advantage of an
emerging market that will prove highly lucrative in the future,
writes Anthony Fletcher.