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Each month, RFID Journal receives numerous white paper submissions from outside experts. We read each paper carefully and select the most informative articles. Please note that we cannot guarantee the accuracy of facts or claims in these papers.

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  • Attaining IoT Value: How to Move from Connecting Things to Capturing Insights
    Published December 2014
    Cisco estimates that the Internet of Everything (IoE)—the networked connection of people, processes, data, and things—will generate $19 trillion for the private and public sectors between 2013 and 2022. This white paper, written by Andy Noronha, Robert Moriarty, Kathy O'Connell and Nicola Villa, combines original and secondary research, as well as economic analysis, to provide a roadmap for maximizing value from IoT investments. It also explains why, in the worlds of the IoT and the IoE, the combination of edge computing/analytics and data center/cloud is essential to driving actionable insights that produce improved business outcomes. (20 pages)
  • What the Internet of Things Needs to Become a Reality
    Published December 2014
    The Internet of Things comprises smart machines interacting and communicating with other machines, objects, environments and infrastructures. As a result, huge volumes of data are being generated, and that information is being processed into useful actions that can command and control things to make people's lives easier and safer—and to reduce environmental impact. In this white paper, Freescale and ARM discuss what the IoT needs to become a reality. (16 pages)
  • RFID Increases Supply Chain Efficiency for Patrick
    Published December 2014
    This document explains how Patrick Corp. has implemented an RFID solution from Ramp RFID to track containers of copper from the Northparkes mine in New South Wales to their unloading destination point at Port Kembla. (2 pages)
  • RFID for Pharmacy Tag Report
    Published December 2014
    Radio frequency identification is becoming a common topic in pharmacy automation conversations. Kit Check has been testing RFID tags for years to identify which work best in pharmacy settings, and has published its findings in this document. The report includes scientific tag test results, a discussion of what to look for in an RFID tag, and how to avoid common implementation mistakes. (17 pages)
  • Adoption of RFID Technology in Kenya
    Published December 2014
    Jonathan Sangoro, Waweru Mwangi and Michael Kimwele, from the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, evaluated the level of knowledge of RFID systems in the Kenyan ICT sector. The authors issued questionnaires and then analyzed the respondents' replies, determining that some knew about RFID and the RSA algorithm, while others have never heard of them. (8 pages)
  • Internet of Things Solution Deployment Gains Momentum Among Firms Globally
    Published November 2014
    This Forrester Consulting thought leadership paper, commissioned by Zebra Technologies, is based on an online study of IT and business decision-makers in 593 global firms representing the retail, manufacturing, consumer products, transportation, health-care, government, oil and gas, and hospitality industries. The report shows how IoT solution deployment is occurring among firms in various geographic regions and vertical markets. (14 pages)
  • 2014 Smart Manufacturing Technologies Survey
    Published November 2014
    In 2014, Ubisense commissioned SME and Manufacturing Engineering Media to conduct the Smart Manufacturing Technologies Survey on its behalf. This survey was designed to collect feedback about how manufacturers use real-time intelligence to gauge performance indicators, such as unscheduled downtime, productivity and quality issues. It targeted manufacturing engineers, as well as product design and quality-management professionals; was carried out over a three-week period; and garnered responses from 252 U.S.-based manufacturers. (17 pages)
  • Food Traceability: Solving the Imperative of Compliance
    Published November 2014
    With the steep increase in FDA food recalls, every second required to respond could mean the difference in consumers' health, and result in the loss of millions of dollars. Honeywell Scanning & Mobility explains how technology-based traceability systems, utilizing mobile computers, scanners and label printers, provide substantial advantages over pen-and-paper methods for small and large businesses in the food chain. Automated track-and-trace systems improve productivity, increase consumer safety and brand protection, and enable compliance with government regulations. (7 pages)
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