This past week, RFID Journal hosted a virtual event focused on how RFID and IoT technologies are being utilized in the manufacturing sector, and the recording and presentations from the event are now available for viewing.
After the computer company launched its new Internet of Things services division, COVID-19 posed the first challenge: providing worker-safety solutions that cover everything from safe, hands-free entrance to contact tracing.
A connected business is a profitable business, and technologies like cloud computing, RFID and Bluetooth Low Energy are becoming vital.
University Hospital Plymouth NHS Trust has begun tagging and tracking equipment that moves around its eight-story facility in order to reduce search times, ensure the safe and timely maintenance and cleaning of items, and decrease the need for redundant purchasing.
RFID In Manufacturing 2020
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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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