The first European meeting to develop hi-tech product coding has taken place at Cambridge. The meeting organised by the Auto-ID Centre, headquartered in the US, was held to discuss international standards for RDIF tagging or T2T. Senior executives from leading companies from around the world took part in the conference at Cambridge University, site of the first of four planned sister labs for MIT's Auto-ID Centre. New sponsors to the venture, which involves using embedded chips to tag all manufactured items, include Tesco, Checkpoint, Kimberly Clark and Unilever. {{NEWS }}