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  • Health-Care Labs Get Healthier

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Targeted solutions for monitoring specimens and tracking assets, and innovative research, promise to make RFID a standard tool in laboratories.

  • On the Menu: RFID

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Casual, fast-casual and quick-serve restaurants adopt wireless technologies to enhance the customer experience, ensure food safety and improve operations.

  • Ground Control

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Gas, electric and water companies slowly adopt RFID to reduce costs and improve services.

  • Automating Craftsmanship

    By Jennifer Zaino

    RFID helps furniture makers improve production processes, expedite orders and enhance customer service.

  • Riding the Tails of Apparel Retailers

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Department and specialty retailers now see the value in RFID-tagging and tracking a wide range of items, including cosmetics, electronics, furniture, homeware, office products and sporting goods.

  • Stress Relief for Air Travelers

    By Jennifer Zaino

    With an increasing focus on customer services, airlines and airports turn to RFID to improve baggage handling and reduce flying-related hassles.

  • RFID's Sporting Life

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Capturing performance data in real time helps athletes improve their game—and coaches and federations determine which players to back.

  • A Toast to RFID

    By Jennifer Zaino

    The wine and spirits industry is tagging bottles to authenticate products, connect with customers and improve supply-chain efficiencies.

  • Nerves of Steel

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Manufacturers and suppliers that deploy RFID to track and manage steel slabs, pipes and other assets say the benefits are well worth the work.

  • In Pursuit of Fresher, Safer Foods and Drugs

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Soon, RFID-monitoring perishables in transit and storage will be the new normal.

  • RFID Benefits at Business Events

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Monitoring attendees can help conference organizers plan and deliver better shows, and provide exhibitors with more qualified sales leads.

  • Cultivating RFID

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Horticultural firms achieve benefits from tracking returnable transport items, while nurseries, governments and researchers develop business cases for monitoring individual plants.

  • Managing Medical Devices

    By Jennifer Zaino

    RFID can help manufacturers of surgical implants, instruments and other items meet a new FDA mandate, improve internal operations and boost customer satisfaction.

  • Mining Companies Dig Deeper Into RFID

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Leveraging an RFID infrastructure can improve productivity and enhance worker safety.

  • RFID Takes a Back Seat When It Comes to Electronic Pedigrees

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Data Matrix bar codes will be used to identify prescription drugs, to thwart counter­feiting in the pharmaceutical supply chain.

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