• smart label

    A smart label is a slip of paper, plastic or other material on a product that contains an RFID tag in addition to bar code data.

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  • RFID skimming

    RFID skimming is the wireless interception of information from RFID chip-based debit, credit and ID cards and other documents, such as passports. The purpose of RFID skimming may be simple theft or more complex identity theft. Most typically, thieves use an NFC-enabled device that records...

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  • RFID tagging

    RFID tagging is an ID system that uses small radio frequency identification devices for identification and tracking purposes.

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  • Is your organization considering implementing item-level RFID?

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  • item-level RFID (item-level radio frequency identification)

    Item-level RFID involves individual unit tagging, as opposed to tagging cartons or pallets of items.

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  • Would you implement RFID tracking for your IT assets? Why or why not?

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  • Oyster Card: The highs and lows of Oyster

    Transport for London’s Oyster card system uses radio frequency identification tags (RFID) to enable a contactless ticketing system.

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  • Partnership poised to make RFID user-friendly

    Savi Technologies and Matrics are teaming up on systems that can read both passive and active radio frequency identification tags, enhancing interoperability and making RIFD tags more supply-chain friendly.

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  • Oracle toots RFID horn

    Oracle is planning a broad upgrade to its supply chain management tools within its CRM suite and is hyping the introduction of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology.

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  • Experts: RFID requires business process updates

    Experts at Comdex told attendees that it's impossible for businesses to take full advantage of RFID technology unless they change their business processes.

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