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  • Security Labels

    Security Labels

    Greg Hrinya, Associate Editor || October 14, 2016
    These labels play a key role in the fight against counterfeiting and product tampering.

  • Challenges for RFID in the coming years

    Challenges for RFID in the coming years

    David Savastano || November 5, 2015
    New technologies are being developed to help RFID reach new markets.

  • RR Donnelley announces CustomWave RFID

    April 8, 2015
    The platform features the ability to print antennas on a variety of materials, including directly onto a label.

  • Smart technology redefines the label industry

    Smart technology redefines the label industry

    Greg Hrinya, Associate Editor || March 9, 2015
    The ‘internet of things’ has brands and consumers closer than ever before.

  • RFID integration for incontinence products

    RFID integration for incontinence products

    Karen McIntyre || October 14, 2013
    Laser Enabled Advanced Packaging would reduce diaper costs and lessen the workload in nursing homes.

  • Researchers develop RFID-enabled 'smart' paper

    May 7, 2013
    The method to embed RFID tags in paper could help combat document counterfeiting.

  • RFID Converting Machinery

    RFID Converting Machinery

    February 27, 2007
    The creation of labels containing RFID circuitry requires sophisticated and exacting equipment. Following is an overview of several of the products available in the narrow web marketplace today from some of the industry's top manufacturers.

  • RFID & the Label Converter

    Leah Genuario || July 20, 2005
    A special series of articles updating the RFID issues facing the industry: RFID and the Label Converter , RFID and Mandates, and Item Level Tagging, by Leah Genuario; RFID and Static Electricity by Jay Perry of Simco Industrial Static Control.

  • RFID

    July 20, 2005
    RFID Rafsec Tampere Finland The company has extended its in-mold transponder technology to ultra-high frequency (UHF=900Mhz). The technology allows RFID tags to be integrally molded when a plastic part is made. Plastic parts can be either inject…