- The Growing Use of RTLS by Manufacturers
Manufacturing companies are looking to real-time location systems to improve their operational efficiency and lower operational costs by tracking equipment, goods, materials, work orders, safety, assembly lines, distribution and other growing applications.
- Use Your EPC to Indicate Country of Origin
By employing a simple coding scheme, you can quickly identify where items in your supply chain were manufactured, and ensure that your customs declarations are accurate.
- Tracking Transformations
EPCIS 1.1 connects the life cycle of a finished product to its raw materials.
- When Does Tracking Workers Make Sense?
The right system can provide safety, privacy and security, and serve the interests of both a company and its employees.
- Sharing Tag Space
Gen2v2 lets supply-chain partners manage their own information.
- Uncomplicating the Supply Chain
RFID can provide visibility into manufacturing and commercial operations—if all partners work together.
- EPCIS for Internal Projects
The standard for sharing information can maximize the value of your RFID hardware investment.
- A New EPC on the Block
GS1 has developed an RFID standard for identifying automotive components and parts.
- Monitoring Aging Infrastructure
An RFID tag's antenna can serve as a sensor to detect cracks in concrete and other construction materials.
- Getting to the Tipping Point
Apparel retailers and manufacturers will soon be engaged in a "virtuous cycle" that will lead to item-level tagging throughout the supply chain.
- Checking Services
A new GS1 standard will make it cost-efficient for retail pharmacies and distributors to verify e-pedigree data.
- Innovative Manufacturing Execution System Reduces Barriers to RFID Adoption in South China
Factory operators are partnering with academic researchers and government agencies to develop an MES that can help overcome concerns regarding high costs and risks, as well as the high level of technical skills required for implementation.
- Algorithms Increase Operational Reliability of UHF RFID Systems
Industrial production facilities pose special challenges for UHF RFID technology, but new functions added to readers ensure that tag IDs are captured consistently and accurately.
- It Fries Your Brain and Reads Your Mind
What the RFID industry can learn from the protest against electric meters.
- 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.