- The Year Ahead
Expect to see RFID adoption accelerate, but not explode.
- Not Knowing Is the Hardest Part
Whether you are trying to locate lost luggage or a shipment of critical parts, the lack of visibility prevents you from making contingency plans.
- Everyone Benefits When RFID Companies Focus on Specific Applications or Industries
RFID Global Solution and a handful of other providers are targeting customer segments—and winning business as a result.
- Airlines Could Benefit From RFID-Enabled Baggage Handling
Despite a decline in the number of problems per thousand travelers, mishandled bags still cost the global airline industry $2.6 billion annually. RFID could help.
- Complete RFID Solutions Hit the Market
Many companies are offering more than just tags or readers, and that's good news for end users.
- RFID and the Future of Engineering
All types of engineers will need to master the technology in the coming years.
- Expectations for RFID Journal LIVE! 2013
End users committed to significant RFID projects will be common at this year's conference and exhibition.
- 2012: A Year of Progress
End users rolled out new RFID applications and expanded existing deployments, the technology continued to improve, and there were some major acquisitions.
- The Value of End-User Case Studies
Events that feature presentations about real-world RFID deployments can help you solve business problems, as well as provide insights into how the technology can benefit you in ways you never thought of.
- More Industries Approach the RFID Inflection Point
At this year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition, it was clear that a lot is happening—not only in apparel retail, but also in aerospace and electronics.
- What Have We Learned About RFID?
While the past 10 years have seen ups and downs when it comes to the use of radio frequency identification, we now know a great deal about how and where the technology delivers value.
- Still Crazy After All These Years
Why I believe more passionately in radio frequency identification now than I did when I first launched RFID Journal, 10 years ago this week.
- Enterprise Deployments Gain Momentum
2012 is unlikely to be a year of great economic growth, but more companies are expected to deploy RFID as architecture that delivers benefits across an enterprise.
- The Year That Was
2011 saw some economic ups and downs, but many companies turned to RFID to track the locations of their products and assets—and to monitor their conditions.
- Reducing Risk With RFID
Greater visibility into what's happening to physical assets and products should reduce insurance costs for companies.