What will it take to make RFID a mainstream technology? We asked the people who are using it—or are considering doing so—in their distribution centers, factories, stores, supply chains and other locations.
Companies using radio frequency identification to automatically track and manage assets are lowering costs, increasing revenue, and improving customer satisfaction and employee morale.
Pam Sweeney is a leader on Macy's RFID team, which is using the technology to become the world's first omnichannel retailer.
Golden Environmental Mat Services tracks one-ton mats, so they don't get lost in the mud on job sites or harm environmentally fragile terrain.
TrackCore's Operating Room software integrated with Terso's RFID cabinets automates tissue and implant tracking, improving efficiencies, facilitating government compliance and boosting nurse satisfaction.
Florida Hospital uses real-time location data to understand why delays and bottlenecks occur, to improve OR performance and patient satisfaction.
An NFC solution automates access control for contractors, facilitates guard patrol and gives property managers insight into operations.
Phase IV Engineering's RFID Sensor Reader and Smartrac's Sensor Tadpole tag address end users' needs.
The French sporting goods retailer is tracking most of its products from factories to more than 1,000 stores in 25 countries.
An IoT platform gathers data from multiple sources, puts it in context and disperses critical information in real time, improving patient care and internal processes.