American families sitting down to enjoy their Thanksgiving feast next week should give thanks to supply chain technologies for ensuring their food reaches their plates fresh and delicious.
A book by Pamela Zelbst and Victor Sower, now in its third edition, is designed to help readers with no knowledge of radio frequency identification technology develop a basic understanding of RFID's applications for supply chains and operations.
In May 2022, RFID Journal will host its 20th annual RFID Journal LIVE! conference, marking 20 years of serving companies seeking to benefit from RFID technologies, as well as those selling solutions.
If you are seeking a job in the RFID sector, here's an opportunity you might consider.
A recent story by the Associated Press presented a false picture of radio frequency identification technology and created the wrong impression about tracking military weapons.
We are introducing a new event featuring a mix of live sessions and presentations recorded at our flagship conference and exhibition, for those who were unable to attend RFID Journal LIVE! in person.
White papers are a valuable source of information for those seeking to learn more about innovative technologies. Here are several recent papers we've added to our library.
Understanding and addressing customers' risks is key to success.
An industry consultant offers his nostalgic view of how college campus ID cards evolved to incorporating mobile technologies.
Thanks to RFID and a phone app, a Robomart van can be summoned to bring a selection of food and pharmacy products, with customers charged automatically based on what they remove from the vehicle.