A conspiracy theory has gone viral involving Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, George Soros, Jeffrey Epstein, biotech firm Moderna and RFID chips. Don't believe a word of it.
The introduction of an active RFID system by marine terminal operators at the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach achieved the expected benefits—and some unexpected ones.
Near Field Communication technology can help to reduce the risk of coronavirus exposure for those staying at a hotel either for business or for pleasure.
Despite some organizations' reluctance to embrace mandated tagging, the technology could prove extremely beneficial to the livestock supply chain.
At a time when face-to-face conferences and exhibitions can pose health risks for attendees, those interested in learning about RFID and IoT technologies can still attend educational events online.
A white paper from Avery Dennison, produced in partnership with RFID Journal, addresses market trends and opportunities.
Regulr is giving away its new app to help keep people safe during the pandemic crisis.
Without RFID, retailers don't know what they have in their stores or their supply chains; as a result, they are struggling to deliver the right goods to the correct customers at the proper time.
From tracking employees' movements to monitoring proper hand hygiene, RFID technology is awash with possibilities for reducing the risk of future COVID-19 infections.
With COVID-19 dominating news headlines lately, it's easy to forget the many unique and creative ways in which the technology has been deployed.