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DEFINITION: An RFID virus is malicious code inserted into an RFID tag to alter or corrupt data in an RFID (radio frequency identification) system. The deliberate creation and spreading of this type of virus is called RFID hacking. RFID technology, which uses tiny radio frequency (RF) transmitters and receivers to uniquely identify objects, is an increasingly popular alternative to bar code technology in supply  … 
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RFID Systems Reports
 
Make Sense of Sensor Technology
sponsored by SearchManufacturingERP
EBOOK: Sensor technology is improving the supply chain by giving manufacturers insight into their products and their delivery process.
Posted: 06 Jul 2015 | Published: 06 Jul 2015

SearchManufacturingERP

Manufacturing Technology Trends in 2013
sponsored by Sage Software
EGUIDE: How are macro technology trends such as mobile and cloud affecting the manufacturing sector? What implications does the Dodd-Frank Act and an increasing numbers of Millennials in the global workforce have on supply chains? This E-Guide exposes trends to watch out for in 2013 and beyond
Posted: 24 Jul 2013 | Published: 24 Jul 2013

Sage Software

Zebra. We Tag It - E-Book
sponsored by Zebra Technologies
EBOOK: When you tag it, you can see it, measure it, and learn from it. Tagging gives visibility into business to make the right decisions, at the right time, with the right information. Zebra can tag it with everything from bar codes to badges to RFID. Get the right information to do it better. All you have to do is tag it.
Posted: 18 Apr 2011 | Published: 18 Apr 2011

Zebra Technologies

How Professional Services Add Value to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Projects
sponsored by Intermec
WHITE PAPER: This white paper shows how qualified service providers can add value to RFID projects, highlights some of the planning issues and considerations that call for experienced advice, and provides guidance to the types of services available and how to differentiate service providers.
Posted: 04 Mar 2009 | Published: 04 Mar 2009

Intermec

Advanced RFID Measurements: Basic Theory to Protocol Conformance Test
sponsored by National Instruments
WHITE PAPER: As RFID adoption continues to grow, engineers are faced with an increasing need to validate tags both for interoperability with products from other vendors and for conformance with the specified protocol.
Posted: 21 Jul 2008 | Published: 01 Jan 2006

National Instruments

How RFID Technology Can Enhance Your Asset Management Program
sponsored by Infor
WHITE PAPER: With today's RFID technology, more data can be gathered faster and less expensively than ever before. Read this white paper and learn how RFID can help you gain significant time savings and enable better asset management.
Posted: 01 Mar 2007 | Published: 01 Feb 2007

Infor

RFID in Apparel and Footwear: Store-Level Success Sets the Stage for Bigger Benefits
sponsored by Motorola RFID Solutions
WHITE PAPER: It's long been expected that the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology would have beneficial effects. RFID is indeed having a positive impact - but it's the retail store, rather than the supply chain, that is seeing the biggest benefits. Read this white paper to learn more about the benefits retailers are seeing from RFID.
Posted: 23 Feb 2010 | Published: 21 Sep 2009

Motorola RFID Solutions

Item-level RFID Tagging and the Intelligent Apparel Supply Chain
sponsored by Motorola, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This paper provides an overview of item-level radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging in the apparel supply chain. It explains the evolution of RFID technology and details key benefits when utilized by retailers, distribution and logistics providers, and manufacturers.
Posted: 16 Feb 2011 | Published: 16 Feb 2011

Motorola, Inc.

Building a Unified Enterprise Mobility Strategy
sponsored by Motorola, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This paper outlines a step-by-step approach to developing a unified enterprise mobility strategy, enabling a more cost-effective and efficient delivery of network connectivity to a larger mobile workforce.
Posted: 29 Jun 2007 | Published: 01 May 2007

Motorola, Inc.

Practical Uses for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology in Manufacturing and Distribution Applications
sponsored by Intermec
WHITE PAPER: More than a great technology, RFID is an excellent business tool that helps manage supply chains, increase margins and profits, and decrease costs.
Posted: 04 Mar 2009 | Published: 04 Mar 2009

Intermec
 
 
RFID SYSTEMS DEFINITION (continued): …  chain management. RFID does not require direct contact or line-of-sight scanning. Instead, RFID tagging uses small transponders, called tags, for identification and tracking purposes. The total system includes: Transponders placed on or in objects to be identified A set of read/write devices at security checkpoints A host system application for data collection, processing and transmission An identification database, also known as a back-end databaseIf the back-end database is altered or corrupted, an entire security network can be compromised. For example, the system may interpret a bogus … 
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