- Three Boosts for EPCIS
ISO ratification, new guidelines and free tools will propel adoption of the Electronic Product Code Information Services standard.
- The Language of Business
Companies should leverage standards to achieve supply chain visibility.
- An Impartial Observer
RFID takes the guesswork out of shipping and receiving.
- The Real World of Active RFID Tags
Here's how the technology is being used today to solve real problems, and what's in store for the future.
- What Else Can You Do With an RFID Fashion Label?
Don't use RFID just for logistics and inventory management. Here are a few ways in which retailers can employ the technology to provide new services to their customers.
- Checking Services
A new GS1 standard will make it cost-efficient for retail pharmacies and distributors to verify e-pedigree data.
- Managing RTIs
New standards for tracking returnable transport items will allow companies to achieve internal and supply chain benefits.
- RFID Goes Bananas
The latest advance in RFID technology helps keep fruit fresh.
- RFID and Global Warming
The same technology used to increase operational efficiencies can also save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- A New Approach to Pharmaceutical E-Pedigrees
EPCIS can support chain-of-custody verification—without a cumbersome data burden.
- How RFID Can Sharpen Your Business Intelligence
The former worldwide program director of RFID for Hewlett-Packard and Asia Pacific regional director for EPCglobal explains how the technology can be used to improve the quality of your business decisions.
- Securing Small Shipments
An RFID e-seal designed for ammunition, file or medical boxes can monitor for tampering.
- Designer Tags for RTIs
RFID providers have developed tags that make it easier and more cost-effective to track and manage returnable transport items.
- The Value of Partnerships
Hiring a systems integrator that is invested in your company's goals will help ensure the success of your RFID deployment.
- What if RFID Were Truly Risk-Free?
To accelerate RFID adoption, we need technology providers that can muster the capability—and the nerve—to shoulder the risk of implementations.