RFID in Libraries http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress Tracking library applications and privacy implications of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Copyright 2004 Thu, 02 Dec 2004 16:45:50 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=1.2 TI multiprotocol readers http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=158 http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=158#comments Thu, 02 Dec 2004 16:45:50 +0000 Trends to watch http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=158 Yup. It's a trend. Like Zebra, Texas Instruments has a multiprotocol reader. Yenra reports that the TI S4100 Multi-Function Reader (MFR) Module accepts all ISO/IEC 14443 and ISO/IEC 15693 standards-compliant 13.56 MHz RFID transponders, while providing an easy migration path to support current tags not fully ... http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/wp-commentsrss2.php?p=158 ACLU on passports http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=157 http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=157#comments Wed, 01 Dec 2004 17:21:45 +0000 Privacy Issues Trends to watch http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=157 I don't often report on non-library related RFID happenings but this one struck a cord with me. The U.S. government is planning RFID & biometric passports and the ACLU is, naturally, protesting. It makes me consider the oft cited example of people-tracking within Library RFID -- that ... http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/wp-commentsrss2.php?p=157 Dilbert gets in on RFID http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=156 http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=156#comments Wed, 01 Dec 2004 16:56:01 +0000 Media Coverage http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=156 The 11/30 Dilbert strip mentions RFID. Can increasing consumer awareness be far behind?? http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/wp-commentsrss2.php?p=156 CLA Report http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=155 http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=155#comments Tue, 30 Nov 2004 21:08:54 +0000 Vendor News Privacy Issues ROI http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=155 Just in case you were wondering why I didn't report on the vendor panel at the California Library Association conference -- I was waiting for Lori Bowen Ayre to do it. She has. And she's done it well. Her summary pretty much says what ... http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/wp-commentsrss2.php?p=155 Track consumer awareness of RFID http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=154 http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=154#comments Tue, 30 Nov 2004 00:51:35 +0000 Privacy Issues Trends to watch http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=154 BIGresearch and Artafact LLC have a syndicated report which looks at consumer awareness of RFID. They did an initial survey of 8000 people in 09/2004 and will be doing another report in 12/2004. According to them, most people still haven't even heard of ... http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/wp-commentsrss2.php?p=154 SFPL saga continues http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=153 http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=153#comments Tue, 30 Nov 2004 00:27:12 +0000 Privacy Issues Libraries Media Coverage http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=153 San Francisco Public Library's quest to install RFID is once again in the news. Local radio reports that the $300,000 plan to pilot RFID is currently on hold. The SF Board of Supervisors will revisit the issue in January. All of the familiar players are ... http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/wp-commentsrss2.php?p=153 Vernon RFID is now Apex RFID http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=152 http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=152#comments Tue, 23 Nov 2004 21:53:44 +0000 Vendor News http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=152 Vernon has created a new division -- Integrated Technology Group -- for library technology, especially RFID. Vernon RFID is now called Apex RFID and Vernon Express Self Checkout is Apex XpressCheck. Their materials sorting solution is now called Vista. They've got a flashy new website ... http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/wp-commentsrss2.php?p=152 Mobile Phone App Goes Consumer http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=151 http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=151#comments Thu, 18 Nov 2004 23:40:04 +0000 Trends to watch http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=151 Nokia has partnered with VeriSign to develop consumer applications for the RFID enabled cell phone. How long until a library RFID vendor makes this possible in our applications? Consider the privacy implications when every cell phone is a RFID reader. Will your system be secure?? ... http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/wp-commentsrss2.php?p=151 Multiprotocol reader http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=150 http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=150#comments Tue, 09 Nov 2004 18:47:18 +0000 Trends to watch http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=150 Zebra technologies has released two RFID printer/encoders which can handle multiple standards. Now, this is in the commercial RFID realm, thus focused on that class of standard. But its an indication of what can be done -- and what we should demand -- from the library ... http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/wp-commentsrss2.php?p=150 Archive of California Connected http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=149 http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=149#comments Tue, 09 Nov 2004 18:30:13 +0000 Media Coverage http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/index.php?p=149 The 5/6/2004 episode of California Connected is archived. You can view the video segment discussing RFID. Also included: a transcript of a web salon discussion and an interactive feature involving a "promiscous chip." [scroll down to view] http://www.libraryrfid.net/wordpress/wp-commentsrss2.php?p=149