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Is RFID Used in the Iron and Steel Industries?

Posted By RFID Journal, 10.13.2014

Are there any examples of the technology being utilized in these sectors?

—Name withheld


Yes, there are case studies of RFID delivering benefits in the iron and steel sector. There are several different applications, in fact, including monitoring workers for safety reasons, as well as tracking iron ore and finished inventory. Here are some stories we have published about the use of RFID in this area:

RFID-Reading Drone Tracks Structural Steel Products in Storage Yard
Swedish Iron Mines Get Buckets of Benefits From Passive Tags
How Can RFID Be Used in the Mining and Mineral Resources Industry?
Sesa Goa Automates Mining Logistics Operations
Steel Tube Finishing Firm Tries RFID to Track Personnel, Tools
Gammon Steel Tracks Modular Components for Buildings
V. M. Salgaocar & Bro. Mines Automation From NFC-based Process
Steel Products Maker Sees ROI in Six Months
Ortrander Ironworks Rolls Out Real-Time Location System
Posco Steel Mill Improves Safety, Energy Conservation
ThyssenKrupp to Use EPC UHF Tags to Track Steel

—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal

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