- What's in Store for 2011
This year will be marked by continued adoption of RFID in retail apparel, health care, manufacturing and other sectors.
- The Year of Value-Driven RFID Deployments
2010 might have been a turning point for radio frequency identification, in that end users finally discovered the technology's business benefits.
- RFID in the Consumer Electronics Sector
Now that apparel companies have paved the way, the electronics industry could be next to adopt RFID at the item level.
- RFID in the U.S. Retail Sector
Are companies adopting the technology—and, if so, where and how?
- RFID Will Benefit Apparel Suppliers
While consumer packaged goods companies struggled to find an ROI, firms that supply apparel items should have no problem justifying an investment in RFID.
- Suddenly, RFID Is Hot
Or maybe it's just getting warmer—but I'm seeing a lot of anecdotal evidence that interest in the technology is growing.
- Latin America Gets Serious About RFID
End users at RFID Journal LIVE! LatAm were highly engaged and eager to explore how radio frequency identification can improve the way they do business.
- Where the RFID Industry Has Failed
There is still a great deal of misunderstanding regarding what the technology is and does—and how it might be abused—that the industry needs to address.
- RFID Moving to a Latin Beat
Our first event in South America should help raise awareness of the benefits that the technology can deliver to companies in that region.
- RFID's Impact on Employment
Some jobs may be eliminated as adoption grows, but far more will be created than lost.
- Putting Wal-Mart's Apparel Tagging in Context
Here's what the news that the retailer is tracking inventory of men's jeans and basics means for EPC RFID adoption.
- What Comes After RFID?
True business intelligence is going to be what defines successful IT systems after companies have deployed RFID and other automatic data-capture technologies.
- Software Will Drive Adoptions—and Investment Returns
With RFID hardware reaching an adequate level of maturity, software represents a huge opportunity for investors, and without new investment, the technology will be slow to take off.
- The Untapped Value of RFID Data
Genesis Health Systems shows how the information derived from tracking assets can be used to anticipate the need for tools and equipment, so companies can respond proactively.
- RFID Journal LIVE! Delivers Value, Guaranteed
I am so sure end users will benefit from attending LIVE! 2010, our eighth annual conference and exhibition, that I'm willing to guarantee it.