Despite some organizations’ reluctance to embrace mandated tagging, the technology could prove extremely beneficial to the livestock supply chain.
Smartrac unveils inlays for secure product authentication; Extronics offers RTLS solution for process industry; Sigfox, Phoenix Fund provide Internet of Things service in Puerto Rico; Tuya joins Zigbee Alliance Board of Directors; Microsoft acquires IIoT security startup CyberX; Industrial Internet Consortium publishes smart factory white paper; Digi International intros router for industrial, remote location monitoring.
Solutions developed by companies specializing in product identification and tracking are becoming key tools in the post-COVID-19 world.
The 25-square-meter Easy Deli leverages UHF RFID tags on products and readers at the point of sale and exit to enable shoppers to buy goods by placing them on the sales counter and approving the purchase without human assistance.
RFID In Manufacturing 2020
Manufacturing companies are employing radio frequency identification (RFID) to achieve major benefits, both in their supply chains and in their […]
Best New RFID Products of 2020: METRC’s Wearable Passive UHF Reader and EM Microelectronic’s em|echo-V Dual-Frequency Chip
METRC’s new compact and lightweight wearable UHF RFID reader provides a hands-free operation to automatically scan RFID tagged items as the user is handling them. Worn […]
Damage in Your Supply Chain? Using RFID to Deter, Detect and Diagnose
Did you know that utilizing indicators allows a company greater visibility into its supply chain and reduces damage by up […]
Best New RFID Products of 2020: RF Controls’ CS-490 Smart Antenna and Times-7’s Packing Station
In the third of RFID Journal’s series of Webinars on the Best new Product of 2020, RF Controls will discuss […]
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