RFID Journal covers the role RFID is playing at the manufacture, storage and distribution of chemicals.
RFID Tracks Chemical Inventory at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
ORNL manages its inventory with passive EPC UHF RFID tags, using a handheld reader to identify the locations of chemicals at hundreds of storage locations.
Chemical Case Studies
Oilfield Services Company Embeds RFID in Drilling Reamers
Weatherford's RipTide system gives operators more control, improving processes while saving time and money.
Benefits Fuel RFID Deployments
Oil and gas companies are adopting radio frequency identification technology to better manage assets and inventory, improve drilling and maintenance operations, and protect workers in dangerous environments. But industry experts say they're missing out on a powerful application.
Chemical Editor's Notes
The Way Forward
For RFID technology to truly deliver on its promise, industries must come together and agree on standards.
Chemical Expert Views
An Important Value Case of RFID for Brazil's Oil and Gas Industry
There are a multitude of ways in which the world's ninth largest oil producer can benefit from utilizing radio frequency identification technology.
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