- The Intranet of Things
The Internet of Things used by consumers and the ones used by companies will likely be very different.
- Where We Are Going
RFID is currently being used to help companies track containers, inventory, parts, tools and other valuable items, but it will become as essential to running a business as computers are today.
- Who Is Coming to LIVE! 2014
Companies from more than 40 countries and 30 industries have registered for RFID Journal's annual conference and exhibition, all seeking solutions to track and manage assets, goods or other items.
- Getting the Word Out That RFID Works
Major companies in many industries want to share how they are deploying the technology across their entire operations.
- An RFID Solution for Any Business Problem
At RFID Journal LIVE! 2014, there will be a variety of tags, readers and software on display for virtually any application.
- 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.
- Finding Needles in a Haystack
A new report about hospitals' adoption of real-time location systems illustrates the challenges faced by RFID solution providers.
- 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.
- Carrier Takes Manufacturing to a Higher Level
The manufacturer of heating and ventilation equipment used RFID technology to make a highly efficient plant even more efficient.
- Can Anyone in the Obama Administration Spell 'RFID'?
The president called for Congress to authorize $1 billion for ill-defined support for manufacturing, while ignoring the RFID revolution in its backyard.
- Predictions for RFID in 2013
It will be another year of steady progress and consolidation.
- 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.
- About Honeywell's Purchase of Intermec
It's a sign of the RFID market's growth, as well as of a potential battle for 'gorilla' status in the reader market.