- What's in Store for 2011
This year will be marked by continued adoption of RFID in retail apparel, health care, manufacturing and other sectors.
- DOD's RFID Efforts Are Winning the War on Inefficiencies
Last week's RFID in Defense conference highlighted some of the successes the U.S. Department of Defense and its suppliers are having with radio frequency identification.
- Beyond the Supply Chain
RFID is enabling a new generation of innovative business and consumer applications.
- Learning From Airbus
Health-care providers and companies in other industries can learn from the holistic approach the aircraft manufacturer is taking.
- Taking RFID's Temperature in the Middle East
The region is lagging behind in adoption, but it's clear, from RFID Journal LIVE! Middle East 2010, that some end users understand how they can benefit from the technology.
- Suddenly, RFID Is Hot
Or maybe it's just getting warmer—but I'm seeing a lot of anecdotal evidence that interest in the technology is growing.
- Latin America Gets Serious About RFID
End users at RFID Journal LIVE! LatAm were highly engaged and eager to explore how radio frequency identification can improve the way they do business.
- RFID Moving to a Latin Beat
Our first event in South America should help raise awareness of the benefits that the technology can deliver to companies in that region.
- RFID's Impact on Employment
Some jobs may be eliminated as adoption grows, but far more will be created than lost.
- Putting Wal-Mart's Apparel Tagging in Context
Here's what the news that the retailer is tracking inventory of men's jeans and basics means for EPC RFID adoption.
- The Value of Information
What is it worth to know what is happening within your business?
- Spreading the Word About RFID in Latin America
RFID Journal's first event in the region will highlight the progress Central and South American companies are making in improving their business operations with RFID.
- What Comes After RFID?
True business intelligence is going to be what defines successful IT systems after companies have deployed RFID and other automatic data-capture technologies.
- Why RFID—and Why Now?
Radio frequency identification is gaining traction, because business needs drive the evolution of information technology systems.
- The Problem With People (and How RFID Can Help Fix It)
Workers don't always do what they are supposed to, but RFID can automatically check that tasks have been performed.