- Combining E-paper and NFC RFID Technologies to Enhance Medical Asset Management and Tracking
The need for specialized scanners with wireless tag technology has resulted in far slower market uptake than was originally envisaged; there is a great deal of scope for e-paper to help make up the shortfall.
- Asset Valuation With RFID
A return on an investment in the technology can be achieved from improved quality and accuracy, the ability to perform frequent inventory counts and other benefits.
- New Technique Could Help Advance RFID Adoption
SARFID offers a low-cost, easily deployable solution for accurately determining the locations of moving tagged objects.
- Cutting Human Bottlenecks
Before hospitals deploy an RFID solution to improve bed management, they must revise their patient-workflow process.
- Managing Surgical Instruments
RFID can improve patient safety and deliver cost savings to hospitals.
- Creating a Faster ROI for RFID
A commercial tagging company can ensure that the most labor-intensive element of an RFID deployment is completed on time and on budget.
- Total Cost of RTLS Ownership
Several active and passive real-time location systems may meet your needs, so it's best to evaluate your options solution by solution.
- An RTLS Self-Exam
Hospitals that ask the right questions can make a smart decision when choosing a real-time location system.
- Turn Traditional 'Reserved Book' Management Into an Intelligent Service
An affordable way for a library to start an RFID deployment is to create a reserved-books section that functions as a small, independent, automated library inside the main facility.
- The Growing Use of RTLS by Manufacturers
Manufacturing companies are looking to real-time location systems to improve their operational efficiency and lower operational costs by tracking equipment, goods, materials, work orders, safety, assembly lines, distribution and other growing applications.
- When Does Tracking Workers Make Sense?
The right system can provide safety, privacy and security, and serve the interests of both a company and its employees.
- The Real World of Active RFID Tags
Here's how the technology is being used today to solve real problems, and what's in store for the future.
- Our Future: The Real-Time Status of Things
Soon we will be able to know not only every item's location, but also its temperature, motion, vibration, humidity and a host of other variables, opening up a world of opportunities for us all.
- Retail's Trilogy
A single RFID infrastructure can—and should—enable inventory, asset and identity management.
- Managing User Memory
How to read and write data on Gen 2 RFID tags.