- Observations from NRF's Big Show, Part 1
The event showed how RFID technology providers are moving toward building more complete solutions.
- Is This the Year RFID Takes Off?
Adoption in retail is moving inexorably toward the tipping point.
- Navigating a Critical Road in the Dark
Many companies are deploying radio frequency identification systems without doing their homework and without good guidance.
- A Conversation With Macy's Bill Connell
The company's senior VP of logistics and operations shared insights into RFID's value for replenishment, omnichannel fulfillment and other retail applications.
- The Changing Nature of Retail
Recent moves by Walmart and Macy’s illustrate the challenges all retailers face.
- RFID's Tipping Point
Have we reached or passed it—or has adoption not yet arrived at that magical moment when all businesses want to use the technology?
- What Companies Don't Know
Many businesses don't have a good handle on how badly they are managing their physical assets.
- RFID Is Now a Corporate Priority
Delta Air Lines and Macy's are among the companies making RFID a strategic imperative. What do they know that other firms don't?
- An Integrated RFID Solution for Retail
When RFID technology providers create an integrated, easy-to-use, scalable RFID solution, retailers will embrace it in a big way.
- Reflections on RFID and NRF's Big Show
RFID is getting more attention from retailers, but not nearly as much as it deserves—and many companies still don't grasp how the technology can improve their business.
- RFID's Reputation Turns Positive
A segment on Good Morning America about Target's Wonderland store in Manhattan portrays the technology in glowing terms.
- IATA Event Suggests Airlines Are Embracing RFID
As more parts are tagged on Airbus and Boeing planes, carriers are beginning to find value in using the technology for their own purposes.
- It's the Best of Times—and the Worst of Times
Adoption of radio frequency identification technologies is picking up, but the number and size of projects are still too small to keep some RFID companies from going under.
- Using RFID to Predict the Future
The massive amounts of data that can be collected cost-effectively via radio frequency identification are enabling companies to anticipate and prepare for the future.
- RFID, People and Process
When the technology doesn't work, it is often now a result of improper training or a failure to follow processes rigorously.