- The Energy Sector Embraces RFID
Companies that produce, refine and deliver energy products are beginning to get serious about using RFID to improve their operations.
- Look Beyond an ROI
The mishandling of anthrax samples by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that some things, such as the safety of workers and the public health, are more important than money.
- New Survey Suggests Retailers Really Need RFID
Retail companies in France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States are failing to meet shoppers' omnichannel expectations.
- An Event for the Energy, Mining and Construction Sectors
A conference hosted by RFID Journal will educate companies in these industries about how RFID can deliver benefits today, and a standards workshop following the event will help them shape how the technologies are used.
- Real Momentum
An increase in end users attending RFID Journal LIVE! is further evidence that RFID adoption is picking up.
- Where We Are Going
RFID is currently being used to help companies track containers, inventory, parts, tools and other valuable items, but it will become as essential to running a business as computers are today.
- Getting the Word Out That RFID Works
Major companies in many industries want to share how they are deploying the technology across their entire operations.
- Saving Patients and Money
RFID technology can improve patient outcomes while helping hospitals cut costs.
- Finding Needles in a Haystack
A new report about hospitals' adoption of real-time location systems illustrates the challenges faced by RFID solution providers.
- RFID in a Growing Economy
More companies are deploying radio frequency identification, but they need to look beyond single projects that deliver an ROI and plan an enterprise-wide approach enabling multiple benefits.
- Carrier Takes Manufacturing to a Higher Level
The manufacturer of heating and ventilation equipment used RFID technology to make a highly efficient plant even more efficient.
- Retailers Cite RFID in Year-End Financial Reports
American Apparel and Sears are two companies that have let shareholders know they are investing in radio frequency identification.
- 2012: A Year of Progress
End users rolled out new RFID applications and expanded existing deployments, the technology continued to improve, and there were some major acquisitions.
- Reducing Theft and Diversion of Electronic Devices
RFID can help in a variety of interesting ways.
- Making Robots That Can See
Will RFID or vision technologies be used to identify objects on an assembly line?