- American Apparel Adopting RFID at Every Store
After several years of trialing item-level EPC Gen 2 passive tags and readers at select locations, the clothing company is now installing the technology at all of its retail operations worldwide.
- Goodpack to RFID-enable 2.6 Million Bulk Containers
The Singapore-based container company is using EPC tags and readers to track the locations and conditions of its reusable steel IBCs at its depots, and at its customers' facilities, across the globe.
- Phish Foundation Saves Labor at Concerts
WaterWheel, the rock band's charitable arm, is using Truecount's RFID EPC UHF solution to make inventory counts efficient and accurate for merchandise it gives away to donors as thank-you gifts.
- RFID to Improve Management of Corporate Artwork
Corporate Art Force, which provides art procurement and installation services to U.S. and Canadian companies, is using EPC UHF tags and readers to track paintings and sculptures that its clients display at their worksites.
- T-Systems, Intel Test RFID to Track Servers at Model Data Center
At their jointly operated DataCenter 2020, the companies have installed passive EPC UHF tags on servers, as well as readers on racks and doorways.
- RTLS to Increase Patient Visibility Within Tallahassee Memorial's Surgical Suite
The Florida hospital is expanding its existing AeroScout Wi-Fi-based RFID system to track patients entering and leaving its ORs, and to display data about each patient's status on a reader board.
- Kid's Clothing Company Uses RFID From Factory to Store
Trasluz's manufacturing plants apply EPC tags to all products, enabling the company's warehouse to track their arrival and departure, and its franchise-operated stores to employ RFID for inventory tracking, at the point of sale and for security.
- Firearms Distributors to Track Guns Via RFID
American Tactical Imports and sister company AmChar Wholesale are deploying EPC Gen 2 RFID tags and readers to create a record of when firearms are received, stored and shipped, and to send an alert if a weapon ends up missing.
- B:MING Clothing Stores Try RFID
A solution from Fujitsu enables the Japanese retailer to track inventory from its distribution centers to its stores, and to increase efficiency at the point of sale by reading the tags of goods sold.
- Ameya Logistics Uses RFID to Add Efficiency, Value to Its Freight Yard
The Indian company has installed a system that utilizes EPC Gen 2 tags and readers to capture and store data about the location of each container stored at its facility near Mumbai.
- RFID Takes Root at Baas Plantenservice
The Dutch horticultural distributor has found a number of ways to benefit from EPC tags attached to trolleys for transporting plants.
- California Freight Yard Tracks Trailers Via RFID
DSC Logistics uses RFID readers on its yard truck, and at its gate, to monitor where each trailer is located, and then shares that data with customers and freight carriers.
- FreezerPro ColdTrack RFID Kit Pinpoints Vials in Cryogenic Storage Boxes
RURO's solution includes BioTillion's BoxMapper reader that lets researchers not only confirm that a specific sample is present, but also know its exact location within a box.
- Patrizia Pepe Brings Efficiency to Its Supply Chain
The Italian fashion designer has doubled the efficiency of the intake and shipping of its apparel as the garments are processed at the company's distribution centers, while its tagged clothing can also be read at some stores by customers looking to learn more about the products.
- Industrial Equipment Manufacturer Adopts RFID Solution
EBSE is attaching tags to materials and finished products to streamline the control of arrivals, departures, and maintenance of components for a project for SBM, a provider of offshore platforms and vessels to the oil and gas industry.