Last week’s RFID Journal LIVE! had a different vibe – one that says the technology is now seen as an important tool for improving business operations.
The company’s latest products are designed for on-metal use in the retail sector and in food supply chain, as well as for other applications.
Avery Dennison Smartrac’s AD Dot inlay measures just four by four millimeters and is designed for tracking very small goods such as wearable electronics, cosmetics and drugs.
Omni-ID’s five new products are battery-free labels with sensors and UHF functionality to transmit data, such as temperature or moisture presence, to an RFID reader for use in the cold supply chain, at data centers or during construction.
Testing and Quality Control
It is critical, once an RFID system is deployed, that it function as designed. Failure to read 100 percent of […]
Choosing the Right RFID Equipment
Depending on the speed of your manufacturing line, it might be difficult to find RFID-enabled label applicators that are fast […]
Integrating RFID With PLCs and Manufacturing Systems
An RFID system cannot simply be bolted onto an existing manufacturing or packaging line. It must be integrated with that […]
How and Where to Use Wireless BLE Tags
This session will cover some of the major use cases for wireless Bluetooth tags and beacons. You’ll learn about the […]
July 21, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
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October 20, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm