The tag game starts with an RFID chip

Markham, Ont. - There are 37 million books moved within the Toronto Public Library system each year and librarians are beginning to look to RFID tags to help them manage the volume.The Toronto

Published on: May 31st, 2006 Poonam Khanna

Federal Privacy Commissioner to tackle RFID

Canada's chief privacy czar wants to put more funding into hiring technological experts to conduct research on new and emerging technologies such as radio frequency identification devices and ubiquitous computing.The Office of the

Published on: May 30th, 2006 Sarah Lysecki

RFID skills shortage on the horizon

“There are relatively few people getting hands-on experience right now. There are lots of people looking and following what's happening but there's a much smaller number of people who are directly involved,” he

Published on: March 22nd, 2006 Neil Sutton

Montreal school plots RFID’s next move

A Canadian research centre has set up a lab to simulate the kind of business environments that could make use of radio-frequency identification technology to streamline supply chains and improve staff productivity.Montréal's ePoly,

Published on: March 2nd, 2006 Shane Schick

Will that be cash or Dexit?

What's a Dexit tag? It's a small plastic square that contains a radio frequency identification chip. It clips onto a keychain or cellphone, and money can be loaded onto it from your bank

Published on: March 2nd, 2006 Patricia MacInnis

The missing link

As manager of the Canadian RFID Centre in Markham, Ont. Ray Paskauskas doesn't just like to talk about the benefits of Radio Frequency Identification technology to the supply chain, he likes to show

Published on: November 18th, 2005 Matthew Friedman