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As 2004 draws to a close we can look back at a year where intellectual property, EPC standards and pilot programs defined the RFID industry. This month we talk to companies (and seasonal characters) that are laying the groundwork for innovation in 2005.
He was chubby and plump, a jolly old elf,
And I laughed when asked him, in spite of myself:
“Could you explain how you do it to me?”
And with a mischievous wink he whispered, “RFID”
David Wyld travels to the North Pole to investigate Santa’s cutting edge distribition center.
There is more than one type of supply chain. Casino equipment provider Shuffle Master recently purchased $12.5 million in RFID-related gaming patents. RFID News’ Andy Williams explores how these patents will be used to track patrons through tomorrow’s high technology casinos.
According to AMR Research, up to 70% of a airline mechanic’s time is spent on finding the right part. The airline industry is desperate for change – is RFID the answer?
After overcoming early criticism from consumer groups, retailers seek to find common ground with customers on the benefits and drawbacks of RFID. A new report from BIGresearch reveals emerging trends of who is and is not ready for RFID.