- Giving Nature a Helping Hand
With metamaterials, we can create thin RFID tags for tracking canned items.
- A New Approach to Pharmaceutical E-Pedigrees
EPCIS can support chain-of-custody verification—without a cumbersome data burden.
- Checking Items in a Group
By using a group ID as well as an individual tag ID, we could verify a shipment of goods, reduce shrinkage and validate receiving without perfect read rates.
- Keeping Bogus Drugs Out of the Medicine Cabinet
A number of factors are conspiring to significantly increase the potential for counterfeit drugs to wind up in our homes.
- RFID: Looking Beyond the Retail Promise
Although RFID volumes in the retail and pharmaceutical markets fell short of expectations, the technology saw widespread deployment in other sectors.
- There's No Packaged Answer for RFID
Adding an RFID tag to a product's packaging requires careful designing, but there are things you can do to help ensure a favorable outcome.
- Can RFID Save the Day for Spinach?
Steve Dean, director of business development at RFID systems integrator Franwell, says it can—and explains why.
- Dispelling RFID Network Performance Concerns
You can add RFID and maintain network performance—without redesigning your infrastructure. Here's how.
- A Graphic Argument for RFID Labels
By modifying their requirements for shipping-container graphics, Wal-Mart and Target could give CPG makers a way for RFID compliance to pay for itself.