Some people think they don't need to attend an RFID event to deploy a solution. They may be right, but here's why you'll get a big return on the time and money you invest in attending RFID Journal.
The Biden Administration is piloting its Freight Logistics Optimization Works initiative, which could help to boost supply chain transparency and resiliency.
The broadcaster has published a fair, balanced and well-researched look into how the technology can benefit the retail sector in the ongoing battle against shoplifting.
For the past two decades, the annual conference and exhibition has been a key driver of RFID adoption around the world.
With first Walmart and now Nordstrom telling suppliers to tag goods, the RFID industry as a whole will benefit—and other companies will hopefully follow suit.
By forcing companies to use their RFID software, some service firms are discouraging potential customers from employing the technology.
The international newspaper this week reported on how the technology can provide insights into combatting retail theft.
A decade after pulling the plug on the technology due to a lawsuit, the retailer is implementing radio frequency identification technology once again.
Ongoing disruptions highlight the problems with long, complex supply chains, but technology could enable companies to make goods closer to their markets.
In 1987, an episode of BBC program Tomorrow's World extrapolated which technologies people would be using in the 21st century, and it was surprisingly accurate.