Tuesday, October 11, 2005

No more lost baggage?

Just like everyone else I hate it when my luggage gets lost. As we have reported on here a few times it is only a matter of time before every piece of luggage is RFID tagged. Here you can read all the guidelines on it.No more lost baggage?

CompactFlash RFID reader/writer reaches 100 meters

This looks very promising an actual Compact flash RFID reader/writer that worlk up to 100 meters away. This was introduced by a company called Identic Solutions.

Some uses can be in the food industry or other places that are temper sensitive. It looks very promising. I will be looking forward to reading more about this company.

CompactFlash RFID reader/writer reaches 100 meters

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Some new cars loaded with keyless smarts

It looks like we are seeing a revolution of RFID technology being applied to the car industry as more and more cars are being made with RFID in mind. They span a lot of car makers from Cadillac, Mercedes and Infiniti. Read all about the models of cars here. Some new cars loaded with keyless smarts

Active RFID Becomes Big Business

If you thought that RFID was just a flash in the pan you would of been way off. According to this article they are estimating that the will sell over 1 billion active rfid tags by 2010.

That is a lot of things being tracked if you ask meBig sales for RFID in the future.

The growth in the cell phone industry is what is going to put it over the top as cell phones will be made with built in tags.

Saturday, October 01, 2005

RFID Center

University Of Pittsburgh is setting up creating a RFID research center. This is the first in the country and will make the university of Pittsburgh a leader when it comes to RFID technology.

I am sure that there will be more RFID centers on other college campuses as RFID becomes mainstream.