Featured Articles

  1. White Paper: RFID 101: Four Reasons For Your Organization To Invest In RFID Technology…And Three Reasons To Wait
    6/16/2010
    Whether you’re a private company or a public agency, you need to be practical about your investments. You might know about the potential benefi ts of radio frequency identifi cation (RFID) technology, but you have to justify the costs. By 3M Company
  2. White Paper: RFID For Hydraulic Fracturing
    5/20/2010
    A process that involves pumping very high pressure fluids through a network of oil field products such as pipe, valves, swivels, and other components that are interconnected and attached to manifold trucks with powerful pumps on one end and the well at the other. By Motorola
  3. White Paper: RFID For Hydraulic Fracturing
    5/20/2010
    A process that involves pumping very high pressure fluids through a network of oil field products such as pipe, valves, swivels, and other components that are interconnected and attached to manifold trucks with powerful pumps on one end and the well at the other. By Motorola
  4. White Paper: What Is Interoperability?
    5/14/2010
    Interoperability is the ability of a system or a product to work with other systems or products without any special effort on the part of the customer. By RFind Systems, Inc.
  5. What Is Interoperability?
    5/14/2010
    Interoperability is the ability of a system or a product to work with other systems or products without any special effort on the part of the customer. By RFind Systems, Inc.
  6. White Paper: The Intelleflex XC3 Technology Platform: An Implementation Of The New ISO Class 3 Standard
    5/3/2010
    With the recent approval of the ISO 18000-6C Class 3 standard, a new category of RFID technology has been launched; providing new levels of visibility, enabling new applications and opening new markets. This newly standardized category is called Battery Assisted Passive (BAP) RFID. By Intelleflex Corporation
  7. The Intelleflex XC3 Technology Platform: An Implementation Of The New ISO Class 3 Standard
    5/3/2010
    With the recent approval of the ISO 18000-6C Class 3 standard, a new category of RFID technology has been launched; providing new levels of visibility, enabling new applications and opening new markets. This newly standardized category is called Battery Assisted Passive (BAP) RFID. By Intelleflex Corporation
  8. White Paper: Fleet Operator Adoption Of BlackBerry Smartphones
    4/20/2010
    C.J. Driscoll & Associates, a leading consulting and market research firm focused on GPS and wireless products and services, has conducted a series of interviews of fleet operators whose drivers use BlackBerry® smartphones for voice and data communications while on the road. By BlackBerry by Research In Motion
  9. Fleet Operator Adoption Of BlackBerry Smartphones
    4/20/2010
    C.J. Driscoll & Associates, a leading consulting and market research firm focused on GPS and wireless products and services, has conducted a series of interviews of fleet operators whose drivers use BlackBerry® smartphones for voice and data communications while on the road. By BlackBerry by Research In Motion
  10. White Paper: Mobilizing Field Forces On Smartphones
    4/20/2010
    This ABI Research white paper examines the use of smartphones as tools for mobile field workers as a replacement for rugged devices. For many field workers, ordinary smartphones can perform many of the required tasks at a fraction of the cost of rugged handhelds. By Kevin Burden and Dan Shey