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Kizy Tracking Solution Uses Cellular Network to Locate Goods
The company is marketing its RTLS service as a low-cost alternative to conventional RFID, by employing battery-powered tags that communicate with GSM cellular towers instead of dedicated readers.
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Cement Manufacturer Plans RFID Rollout to All 16 Plants
India's ACC Ltd. says its tracking solution improves efficiencies, safety and customer satisfaction, delivering a return on investment.
RFID Journal LIVE! Europe—UK Report
At RFID Journal's first event in London, presenters explained how businesses can employ radio frequency identification technologies for a variety of applications in retail, manufacturing, supply chain and marketing. View the presentations from the event.
Transport Editor's Notes
Insights From RFID Journal LIVE! Brasil 2013
RFID's adoption in Brazil is still behind that of the United States and Europe, but companies are deploying the technology and solution providers are innovating.
Transport Expert Views
A new GS1 standard will make it cost-efficient for retail pharmacies and distributors to verify e-pedigree data.
Transport Best Practices
'Sketch' the User Experience to Ensure an RFID Project's Success
RFID might involve changing the way workers do their jobs, or the manner in which customers interact with your company. Learn how sketching the user experience can increase the chances that a project that looks good on paper delivers the desired results.
Transport How To Articles
How to Evaluate Competing Tag Technologies
Standard active-tag, WI-FI RFID and UWB RFID solution vendors are all vying for market share. The following five steps will help you select the best technology for your deployment.
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