Feature Articles

  1. Article: Bluechiip Nears Commercial Launch Of System For Biobanking Apps
    2/14/2011
    The company has lined up a manufacturer—STMicroelectronics—to make its passive RFID sensor tags, which are based on MEMS technology, measure 4 millimeters across and can transmit temperature data at -196 degrees Celsius. By Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal
  2. Payback Could Be A Lollapalooza For Concert Promoters
    2/13/2011
    Front Gate Tickets debuted its RFID solution at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, and is now in discussions with the event's producers to use the technology at other festivals that they manage. By Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal
  3. Article: Payback Could Be A Lollapalooza For Concert Promoters
    2/13/2011
    Front Gate Tickets debuted its RFID solution at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, and is now in discussions with the event's producers to use the technology at other festivals that they manage. By Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal
  4. Article: L.L. Bean Tries To Hike Sales With RFID
    2/13/2011
    The apparel and outdoor gear retailer is testing an RFID system that can track when a shopper handles a hiking boot on display, thereby triggering a video screen to play informational media, while also measuring shopper interest. By Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal
  5. L.L. Bean Tries To Hike Sales With RFID
    2/13/2011
    The apparel and outdoor gear retailer is testing an RFID system that can track when a shopper handles a hiking boot on display, thereby triggering a video screen to play informational media, while also measuring shopper interest. By Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal
  6. Next Generation Rugged Handheld Device Requirements
    2/9/2011

    Given today’s myriad of mobile device choices for enterprises to consider when evaluating options for their mobile workforce, organizations are increasingly confused and uncertain about their investments. For existing end users, issues relate to the need or viability of an upgraded solution. By Intermec, Inc.

  7. White Paper: A Company And Its Partners
    2/8/2011
    When you’re in the service industry, most companies create a relationship with their clientele of “call us when you need us.” More like a “we’re here if you need us” kind of relationship. By Jay Mullis, IDZ Technologies
  8. A Company And Its Partners
    2/8/2011
    When you’re in the service industry, most companies create a relationship with their clientele of “call us when you need us.” More like a “we’re here if you need us” kind of relationship. By Jay Mullis, IDZ Technologies
  9. Article: RFID In Clinical Trials
    2/7/2011
    With cost pressures hitting them, it becomes essential for companies to relook at their existing processes and identify areas where improvements are possible. The clinical trial process is as of now plagued with inefficiencies. These inefficiencies can be removed using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). By T S Rangarajan and Anand Vijaykumar, Tata Consultancy Services
  10. RFID In Clinical Trials
    2/7/2011
    Pharmaceutical companies spend more than $800M in developing a drug. Clinical trials are one of the most important steps in drug development. These clinical trials are outsourced to Contract Research Organizations (CROs). By T S Rangarajan and Anand Vijaykumar, Tata Consultancy Services