RFID Journal covers RFID logistics technologies and applications, which enable companies to better track shipments and assets.
A waste-management firm and a high-value goods logistics provider are piloting a solution from Barcoding Inc., using CalAmp sensor devices and tags as well as software to capture and manage data about goodseven when they are in transitvia a combination of cellular, Wi-Fi, BLE and other technologies.
PharmaceuticalRetailLogisticsSupply ChainSensorsVisibilityInternet of ThingsBLE
New NFC Tag Detects Tampering, Transmits That Status to Readers
Fleet-Management Company Uses IoT Network Across Borders
Global Printer Manufacturer Adopts RFID for Color Laser Printing
Totvs Presents RFID and IoT Solutions at New Showroom
Companies Testing On-Metal Tag With 20-Meter Read Range
Solution Provider Builds RFID into Its Platform for Asset, Work-in-Progress Management
New Beacon Solution Offers Low-Cost Supply Chain Visibility
Ocean ETA Provides Visibility to Location of Vessels and Cargo Contained Within
Polish Post Completes RFID Testing at Distribution Center
The Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District, using RFID tagging services from supplier QuadMed and a solution from Silent Partner Technologies, has reduced its inventory spending by 30 percent, while the Broward County Sheriffs Fire and Rescue Office plans to track the goods it uses and sells for emergency services.
Health CareLogisticsSupply ChainAsset TrackingInventory / Warehouse ManagementVisibility
Cashew Company Improves Deliveries, Supply Chain
Canadian Uniform Company Tracks Products With RFID
Decathlon Scores a Big Win With RFID
Landscaping Company Keeps Tabs on Tools
Retailers and suppliers are working together to achieve supply chain and internal benefits.
ManufacturingRetailLogisticsApparelSupply ChainInventory / Warehouse ManagementEfficiency
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Is RFID Essential in Manufacturing?
One day, all large manufacturers will use the technology to cut costs and streamline their operations.
With greater visibility into the ins and outs of the supply chain and production processes, breweries will have the intelligence required to compete in todays increasingly unpredictable, consumer-driven marketplace.
ManufacturingRetailLogisticsSupply ChainVisibilityInternet of ThingsIndustrial Internet
Known Security Vulnerabilities Are a Hackers Guide to an IoT Breach
IoT in the Supply Chain: Anticipating the Demands of the Future
Next-Gen Supply Chain: Connecting IoT Data to the Bottom Line
The Rise of Machines and AI in Retail and Logistics
Six steps can ensure a smooth transition as you deploy or expand a radio frequency identification system.
These four steps will help you determine the most cost-efficient solution for managing assets and improving the bottom line.
DefenseHealth CareManufacturingLogisticsSupply ChainIT/InfrastructureAsset TrackingOperations
How to Evaluate Competing Tag Technologies
Theres never been more pressure to manufacture with less cost. To remain competitive, successful companies are looking for practical ways to obtain better information faster. Radio frequency identifi…
This award will be given to the end-user company that has demonstrated the best use of RFID technology to improve its logistics or supply chain operations. The finalists, selected by an independent pa…
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UHF RFID: Taking Manufacturing Visibility and Control to the Next Level
Ultrahigh-frequency RFID technology can provide manufacturing and logistics operators with longer read ranges and faster read speeds, and its simultaneous tag-reading capacity can enable more complex applications. Siemens Michael LaGrega and Nicole Lauther provide a brief history of RFID, as well as an overview of how it works and common applications. This paper covers the six most basic steps required to successfully deploy a UHF RFID system. (8 pages)
The Explosion of Retail Item-Level RFID: A Foundation for the Retail Revolution
This white paper, authored by ChainLink Researchs Bill McBeath in collaboration with Tagsys, provides a comprehensive overview of what to look for in an end-to-end item-level inventory implementation. It uses Tagsys holistic system approach, with its FiTS integrated hardware and software offering, as well as real-world experiences from retailers and logistics suppliers, such as Port Logistics Group, to outline best practices for deploying a system that maximizes the benefits of RFID-based inventory management. (24 pages)
RetailLogisticsSupply ChainInventory / Warehouse Management
RFID Duck Fits the Bill for Caretakers Comforting Kids With Cancer
The RFID-enabled My Special Aflac Duck uses Sproutel technology to help young cancer
Simply enter a question for our experts.
Do you believe RFID-enabled robotic toys will soon be in widespread use?
Yesthey have far-reaching potential, such as for helping sick children
Maybebut its not something that will likely happen any time soon
Nothe cost and privacy concerns will prevent them from catching on
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