Presentations and recordings are now available for the remaining conference tracks from RFID Journal's 20th annual conference and exhibition, recently held in Las Vegas.
RFID Journal recently held its 20th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the event's keynotes and general sessions, along with several of the conference tracks.
Here are some key areas in which the technology is making a positive impact.
Making a concerted effort to increase your organization's RFIQ will enhance your ability to fully exploit the benefits of RFID as the technology and the way it is used continue to evolve.
Considering the importance of healthcare infrastructure, using the latest technologies to improve everything from drug delivery to patient care should be a priority for every company and organization.
BOPIS, transparency and multiple delivery options can win the season.
Michigan State University's Axia Institute has been building membership in the technology and healthcare industries as it tests RFID, identifies use cases, develops best practices and supports an interoperable system to share product data.
For SMBs, the upfront investment required for RFID systems used to be cost-prohibitive, but prices are now trending down, making the technology viable.
RFID tags can be used for quality control in harsh environments, including those containing extreme temperatures, high impact, wet conditions, hazardous chemicals, radioactivity and more.
View the PDFs and recordings from RFID Journal's recent online event.