- Nerves of Steel
Manufacturers and suppliers that deploy RFID to track and manage steel slabs, pipes and other assets say the benefits are well worth the work.
- RFID in Health Care 2014 Report
RFID Journal recently held its 10th conference and exhibition for the health-care sector. View the presentations from the event.
- RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2014 Report
Last month, RFID Journal held its 10th annual conference and exhibition for the European RFID industry. View the presentations from the event.
- Cultivating RFID
Horticultural firms achieve benefits from tracking returnable transport items, while nurseries, governments and researchers develop business cases for monitoring individual plants.
- What You Need to Know About Overhead RFID Readers
These devices, which are mounted on or installed in ceilings, can track the location of moving assets or inventory in large areas.
- NFC Tags for New Business and Consumer Applications
Now that most smartphones are equipped with Near Field Communication technology, RFID providers are offering a wide variety of NFC transponders.
- Protecting Employees
During an emergency, RFID personnel safety solutions can help you locate workers in real time.
- RFID in Health Care 2013 Report
RFID Journal recently held its ninth conference focused on the health-care sector. View the presentations from the conference.
- A Guide to Embeddable RFID Metal Tags
These solutions are designed to monitor hard-to-track and high-value metal assets, such as handheld tools, industrial parts and surgical equipment.
- RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2013 Report
RFID Journal's ninth annual event for the European market explored how businesses are using RFID technologies for a variety of applications. View the presentations from the conference.
- RFID in High Tech 2013 Report
RFID Journal's second event devoted to the high-technology sector explained how radio frequency identification is being used to improve operations and enable product differentiation in consumer electronics. View the conference presentations.
- Farmers Learn to Milk RFID
The technology is slowly gaining traction as a way to identify cattle, deer and other livestock for disease management and prevention. But without government mandates, it will likely take other business benefits to spur adoption.
- Benefits Fuel RFID Deployments
Oil and gas companies are adopting radio frequency identification technology to better manage assets and inventory, improve drilling and maintenance operations, and protect workers in dangerous environments. But industry experts say they're missing out on a powerful application.
- Car Makers Steer Toward RFID
Manufacturing benefits drive adoption, and down the road, supply-chain standards could accelerate the ride.
- Game Changer?
A new design that links an RFID chip to the microprocessor in a consumer electronics device makes way for many killer apps.