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Press Releases from RFID Tribe (10 total)

RFID Primer: Learn Your RFID ABC’s, Dig Deeper

Association for RFID professionals creates a RFID reference tool Dallas, Texas (December 26, 2007) -- After establishing a network of 3,500 members in more than 65 countries around the world, RFID Tribe created the RFID Primer. The online tool serves as a reference for those who use RFID technology and RFID applications. “The RFID Primer represents a knowledge base for the RFID community, aiding in a deeper understanding

A Brief Introduction to Low Level Reader Protocol (LLRP)

UHF RFID readers perform certain stereotypical functions, which are common to the products from most vendors but in some cases specific to the air-interface protocol employed. In this article we briefly summarize the basic operations of a reader using the EPCglobal Class 1 Generation 2 (ISO 18000-6C) protocol, and describe how such readers can be configured and controlled using the Low Level Reader Protocol. Complete article... http://www.rfidtribe.com/home/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=138 RFID Tribe 3212 Wells Drive Plano,

RFID Tribe's Montreal Chapter Holds First Meeting

RFID Tribe\'s Montreal chapter holds its first meeting on September 5, 2007 at 6:00 pm. Harold Beck, Montreal chapter leader, will kickoff the chapter\'s first meeting. The meeting is patterned after meetings in RFID Tribe\'s other chapters where RFID professionals make connections, hear presentations, eat a meal together and collaborate. At the meeting, RFID Tribe members and guests will... - Learn about taking advantage of RFID Tribe tools and forums.

RFID Tribe Launches Its Montreal Chapter

Business Activity Accelerates with Radio Frequency Identification Community Forum Montreal, Quebec (August 8, 2007) -- RFID Tribe, a global organization with local chapters, launches its Montreal, Canada chapter. \"RFID Tribe is a vehicle for connecting, communicating and collaborating around RFID technology\" said Mark Johnson, RFID Tribe President. \"The province of Quebec has an excellent mixture of industry, academia and government organizations with initiatives in RFID and sensor technology. A group like RFID

RFID Innovation in Healthcare

RFID Tribe\'s Dallas, Texas Chapter Meets to Discuss RFID Innovation in Healthcare Dallas, Texas (July 6, 2007) - RFID Innovation in Healthcare is the theme for RFID Tribe\'s Dallas, Texas chapter meeting scheduled for July 20, 2007. RFID Tribe chapter meetings bring together RFID technology practitioners in metropolitan areas for networking, presentations and collaboration. Dr. JC Chiao, associate professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, will make a presentation \"RFID

RFID Workforce 2007 - An Emerging Community

RFID Workforce Expands to More Than One Million Individuals in Ten Years RFID Tribe released a 60 page report to provide a clear picture of where RFID professionals work, how they innovate, the challenges they face and the roles they play in RFID technology. Dallas, TX (May 28, 2007) -- RFID Tribe has released a report on the RFID workforce, “RFID Workforce 2007 – An Emerging Community”. The 60 page report provides a

Texas Radio Frequency Center Pushes the Wireless Frontier

Collaborative Effort Leads Product Research in Healthcare, Life Sciences and Logistics by Mark Johnson, RFID Tribe Arlington, Texas (May 4, 2007) – Have you ever wandered what happens when wireless technology meets product innovation? Take a peek at a Texas-based university research center and see products created from the intersection of wireless, academia and industry in the Dallas-Ft.Worth area. Everything is big in Texas, including the name for the research center –

RFID Tribe: My RFID Community

Association for RFID professionals creates a professional registry and community tool Dallas, TX (April 16, 2007) – After establishing a network of 2,500 members in more than 60 countries around the world, RFID Tribe has created a professional registry and community tool. The online community tool, named myRFID, connects RFID professionals to a network of experts within the RFID community. RFID professionals use the tool in unique

RFID Technology Firms Win Investors

Investment in firms serving the RFID technology market has exceeded $1.1 billion over the last 18 months Dallas, TX - Investment in firms serving the radio frequency identification (RFID) technology market has exceeded $ 1.1 billion over the 18 months ending in January 2007. These investments in RFID technology firms resulted in 59 investment transactions over the 18 month period. The $1.1 billion represents an investment

Analyst Provides Perspective on RFID Investments

Radio Frequency Identification is a technology that will likely transform how businesses conduct their future retail and supply chain operations. We expect the strong incremental benefits that RFID offers over existing technologies will likely generate substantial growth in the RFID market over the next 5-10 years. RFID provides greater automated tracking capability than existing technologies and, thus create the opportunity to reduce labor, improve inventory management and generate better market intelligence,