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2014-03-20 08:21:07

RFID innovations designed to address the needs of companies in virtually all industries will be on display during the conference, which will be held on Apr. 8-10, in Orlando, Fla. NEW YORK, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- RFID Journal announced today that a record number of new products will be showcased in the exhibit hall at RFID Journal LIVE! 2014 (www.rfidjournalevents.com/live), the world's premier conference and exhibition focused on radio frequency identification (RFID) and its many...

2012-12-18 05:00:05

The 11th annual conference and exhibition will host the IEEE Technical Committee´s RFID event for the fifth year running. New York, NY (PRWEB) December 17, 2012 RFID Journal announced today that for the fifth year in a row, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) will hold its annual RFID event–the IEEE International Conference on RFID (IEEE RFID)–in conjunction with RFID Journal LIVE! 2013 (http://www.rfidjournalevents.com/live), the world's premier...

2012-02-06 15:31:08

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags are an essential component of modern shopping, logistics, warehouse, and stock control for toll roads, casino chips and much more. They provide a simple way to track the item to which the tag is attached. Now, researchers in France have developed a way to deposit a thin aluminum RFID tag on to paper that not only reduces the amount of metal needed for the tag, and so the cost, but could open up RFID tagging to many more systems, even allowing a...

2010-08-18 13:51:41

A new study by a team including a professor from North Carolina State University has found a way to implement wireless monitoring technology "“ with uses ranging from climate control to health and safety applications "“ by tapping into a building's heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) ducts. The finding could lead to significant time and cost savings for builders and building managers, since the systems can be put into place without the expense and effort of running...

2006-03-16 07:15:00

AMSTERDAM -- Cheap radio chips that are replacing the ubiquitous barcode are a threat to privacy and susceptible to computer viruses, scientists at a Dutch university said on Wednesday. Researchers at the Amsterdam's Free University created a radio frequency identity (RFID) chip infected with a virus to prove that RFID systems are vulnerable despite the extremely low memory capacity on the cheap chips. The problem is that an infected RFID tag, which is read wirelessly when it passes through...

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