A association leading the development of industry-driven standards for the EPC Network to support the use of RFID.|
A federation of research universities that has evolved from the Auto-ID Center, initially founded in 1999 to develop an open standard architecture for creating a seamless global network of physical objects.
Auto-ID Labs is based at the Center's same six leading universities worldwide -- MIT, University of Cambridge, University of Adelaide, Keio University, Fudan University, and University of St. Gallen.|
A UK business association. It is part of the worldwide EAN network, which specialises in cross-sector supply chain standards from bar coding to electronic business communications. |
a global trade association for the Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) industry. Members are manufacturers or service providers of technologies
such as RFID, bar code, card technologies (magnetic stripe, smart card, contactless card, optical card), biometrics, and electronic article surveillance (EAS). |
|RFID Journal: An online news journal on RFID.
RFID News (an Avisian, Inc. publication) is a trio of offerings designed to help buyers, vendors and users stay up to date in the constantly changing landscape of radio frequency identification. Contributers from large scale RFID deployments provide an unparalleled
depth of analysis on issues facing the private and public sectors. The graphically-rich monthly magazine provides in-depth coverage of the RFID industry through feature reports, case studies, interviews, and editorial columns. The website augments the magazine with hundreds of
archived articles, a vendor directory, event listings and daily commentary on breaking headlines. The free email digest summarizes the week's major stories.
UsingRFID.com provides free daily news reports and informative articles about RFID technology and its applications, users, developers, trials, and implications. From the publisher of heavyweight research reports such as The
Loyalty Guide 2004, this online publication simply aims to give technology executives and developers the pure facts without any hype, commercial bias, banners, or pop-ups.
RFID Exchange is a site dedicated to providing objective information and advice about RFID tags, readers, software and applications. The site contains a searchable database of RFID related companies, useful white papers, and a vibrant forum where experts discuss implementation and other technical issues associated with RFID technology.
|The RFID Gazette:
Blog with news and discussion about radio frequency identification.
RFID news and information from privacy skeptics and industry contributors.
|The RFID Weblog:
Entrepreneur writes about information technology and RFID.
Summarizes and links to RFID news stories from around the web. Free subscription available.
Forums for discussion of RFID technology and issues.
|RFID: Radio Frequency Blog:
Insights on RFID technology and markets from Peter Winer of Big Chief Partners, Inc.
|RFID in Libraries:
Blog tracking RFID technology applications and patron privacy implications.
Industry news service on RFID innovation, implementation and legal processes.
An activist site devoted to exposing privacy problems with RFID.
|RFID Privacy Workshop:
The goal of the RFID Privacy Workshop was to bring together RFID technologists, boosters, critics, privacy advocates, and journalists covering the space to establish some technical truths and a framework for discussing the policy issues.
|The Nation: The Trouble with RFID:
Long article about privacy concerns related to the technology.
|Ross Mayfield's Weblog: RFID Hacks:
Blog entry argues that the more people grapple with RFID to learn how it operates and how it can be manipulated, worries about its misuse should decrease.
|Charles Hudson's Weblog: RFID for All?:
Blog entry discusses the problems to be solved if RFID is to become a universal technology.
|RFID in Japan:
Blog about RFID technology and related issues in Japan.
Blog site covering latest RFID news and technology information.
|RFID Open Campus:
www.RFIDCampus.com is the official site for RFID Open Learning Project (RFIDOC). The goal is to offer a virtual academy (e-Academy) to the global community to systematically but affordably and openly learn and brainstorm about RFID solutions, applications and implications.
The site offers ongoing e-learning sessions, live and interactive virtual meetings, case studies, products and solution presentations, etc.
An online RFID resource website.
RFID, Ltd.is a leading independent systems integrator that specializes in radio frequency identification (RFID).