Wireless Lab – UCLA

janeiro 21, 2008


RFID @ California Universty

RFID@WINMEC ( WinRFID )Middleware – The RFID@WINMEC ( WinRFID ) middleware research project involves the development of a middleware stack with sub-stacks that manages r/w functions, abstracts reader and tags, networks readers together, provides hooks to databases and provides a homogeneous interface for application development.  We work with sponsoring organizations on developing and studying RFID pilots by using our RFID middleware stack.


Evento de Supply Chain em OHIO, 21-24 de Abril

janeiro 21, 2008

Pelo que vi no website, o evento é gratuito!

Eles ainda tem uma opção no cadastro de enviar uma carta-convite para facilitar a emissão do visto dos EUA.

Cique na imagem para o site do evento.

  • Highly-focused, half-hour seminars in specially designed “theaters” constructed right on the trade show floor! FREE to all attendees!
  • Educational Workshops (Earn Continuing Education Credits)
  • Free Keynote focusing on the Supply Chain Sustainability

  • Zebra Solutions

    janeiro 11, 2008

    Fabricante de equipamentos relacionados a RFID.

    Dentre estes, uma impressora de tags bastante interessante e acessível.

    O website ainda conta com bastante material útil, vale conferir com frequência.

    The Time Is Right for RFID in Health Care

    janeiro 11, 2008

     The benefits for hospitals and other medical facilities are so overwhelming; it’s hard to understand why the sector is not leading RFID adoption.
    By Mark Roberti

    Jan. 7, 2008-A lot of ink has been devoted to questioning whether radio frequency identification systems deliver a return on investment. Most questions surround the use of RFID in open supply chains. One issue that was clearly resolved in 2007 was that RFID delivers huge benefits for closed-loop applications-and nowhere is that more evident than in the health-care sector.

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    Barcelona clubbers get chipped

    janeiro 8, 2008

    Simon Morton gets his microchipBBC Science producer Simon Morton goes clubbing in Barcelona with a microchip implanted in his arm to pay for drinks.

    Imagine having a glass capsule measuring 1.3mm by 1mm, about the size of a large grain of rice injected under your skin. Implanting microchips that emit a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) into animals has been common practice in many countries around the world, with some looking to make it a legal requirement for domestic pet owners.

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    What is Happening with RFID

    janeiro 8, 2008

    What is Happening with RFID,
    Who Will Succeed in RFID,
    and How Can I Earn a Career Opportunity in RFID?

    RFID offers tremendous opportunities for both companies and individuals. 

    Currently, for individuals, most of the best opportunities are available for candidates who have experience with RFID.  Why?  Although RFID is “hotter” than most information technologies and has a very bright long range outlook employers are cautiously ramping-up hiring to ensure that hiring doesn’t improperly outpace revenue.  As of the first half of 2008, just enough “supply” is available in the market which means that employers can choose from among candidates with RFID experience. Continue lendo »

    Grabba – Interface RFID para Mobile

    janeiro 7, 2008


    Empresa focada em captura de Dados, transações e rastreamento. Fabrica interfaces RFID para Celulares, Palms, etc.