Emerging Developments in RFID for Security (Technical Insights)

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This research service analyzes the emerging trends in RFID for security applications.

Table of Contents

Emerging Developments in RFID for Security (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryIntroduction and Key FindingsIntroductionKey FindingsScope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyEmerging Developments in RFID for Security (Technical Insights), RFID Technology and Applications ViewpointTechnology PrimerIntroduction to Auto-Id RFID--Technology PrimerApplications of RFID in SecurityApplication OverviewHomeland SecuritySupply Chain--Inventory SecurityHealth Care IndustryEmerging Developments in RFID for Security (Technical Insights), RFID Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisDrivers and ChallengesKey AcceleratorsKey Restraints and ChallengesAssessment of Market FactorsAssessment of Competing TechnologiesAssessment of RFID Security StandardsEmerging Developments in RFID for Security (Technical Insights), Assessment of Technology InnovationInnovations in RFID ReadersMultiregional Tags to Suit Global RFID Needs--CanadaRFID Readers by Symbol Support Multiple Applications--USAComplex Handshaking and Encryption Techniques Deployed to Secure RFID--South AfricaInnovations in RFID TagsEncryption in RFID Tags to Aid Product Authentication--AustraliaDo Algorithms Really Provide Additional Security to RFID Tags?--USAIntegrated Tags Aid Anti-Counterfeiting--FranceRFID Biosensors to Detect Potential Biological and Chemical Food Adulterants--USAExperimenting with Plastics to Create Cheaper RFID Tags--USAImplantable Chips--the Next Thing in Patient Security--USAFujitsu’s MB89R119 Due to Change the Face of RFID Tags--JapanChipless RFID Technology for Product Security--USASmartcode Researches Multiple RFID Security Solutions--Israel Atmel's Secure Microcontroller for Banking Applications--USATCS Handles RFID in Security through a Multilevel Approach--IndiaAuto-ID Labs and St. Gallen Use EPC technology for Anticounterfeiting--SwitzerlandWill RSA’s Research on HIP Cure RFID Authentication Woes?--USANavigational Assistance for Visually Impaired through RFID Tags--USAInnovations in RFID Data Management SystemsSyrius Enables Seamless Integration of RFID in Supply Chain--SingaporeEncryption in RFID–the Next Step to Product Security?--USAImproved Middleware Architecture for Better RFID Security--USAConnecTerra's Software Allows More Secure Data Management--USAEmerging Developments in RFID for Security (Technical Insights), Patents and Database of Key Industry ParticipantsPatentsPatents--August 2005Patents--July 2005Patents--June 2005Patents--May 2005Key Industry ParticipantsUniversitiesCompaniesEmerging Developments in RFID for Security (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science and Technology AwardsTechnology Innovation AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientExcellence in Technology AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientProduct Leadership AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientEmerging Developments in RFID for Security (Technical Insights), Critical Reference TablesDecision Support TablesNumber of Retail Stores Worldwide (1999-2006)Global Car Production (1999-2006)Heavy Commercial Vehicle Production Worldwide (1999-2006)Number of Manufacturing Enterprises Worldwide (1999-2006)Number of Commercial Banks Worldwide (1999-2006)Global Military Expenditure R&D (1999-2006)Global Military Expenditure as a percentage of GDP (1999-2006)Number of Global Mining Enterprises (1999-2006)World Population (1999-2006)




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