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Steve Winkler

In September I gave a presentation on the GS1 MobileCom initiative in Amsterdam.   GS1 is a standards organization that defines standards to enable companies to identify, capture and share information about real world products.  They

In my last blog post I introduced the topic of responsive supply networks and standards.  To summarize: standards are critical for cross company communication and cross company communication is essential for responsive supply chains.  To

My colleague, David Frankel, recently wrote a blog post entitled Business Networks: Powered by Business Suite 7 and Standards.  His post serves as a good introduction to this post, where I will begin to explore

The The specified item was not found. that Richard Hirsch wrote about crowd wisdom for process innovation is Interesting indeed, but I think it somewhat misses the mark. Before going any further, in the nature

Last Friday I heard an interesting piece on NPR’s Marketplace on my drive home from work and I think that it’s very relevant to this crowd.  It was called “Can Wal-Mart save the world?” and

I touched briefly on this topic in my last post, but I don’t think it will surprise anyone who pays attention to RFID that the market seems to have slowed recently.  I believe that this

I’d love to say that I have a good reason for not blogging this sooner, but life just gets in the way sometimes.  In October (yes, that’s last month) I attended the three day EPCConnection

Last week I attended the EPCglobal joint action group meeting in Duesseldorf, Germany. Hosted by Metro   (One of the largest retailers in Europe) the meeting was kicked off by a trip to the Metro Future

I’m currently here at SAP’s technical education conference in Las Vegas and I thought it would be useful for the community if I provided an informal overview of the various events related to RFID that

RuBee is the basis for a new IEEE standards effort, P1902.1, also known as   “IEEE Standard for Long Wavelength Wireless Network Protocol.”  Ah, such wonderful names; please pardon   me throughout the rest of this post