Companies need to work collaboratively toward achieving a successful RFID deployment.
EPCIS provides a way to share information regarding objects with corporate software, making the IoT a valuable tool.
When paired with smartphones or tablets, these lightweight, low-cost devices can be used for a variety of business applications.
Companies are beginning to recognize that it is more beneficial to collaborate on projects to achieve mutual benefits that it is to demand that partners deploy RFID.
This year's RFID Journal Award winners included Joseph Andraski, Bechtel, Hy-Vee, Marks & Spencer, NXP Semiconductors, Post Foods, Skyview High School and the Taiwan Fiscal Information Agency.
Companies don't have to dream about solving their business problems and enhancing their competitive edge—they can build an enterprise RFID infrastructure that will support their current and long-term objectives.
If you're planning a multisite deployment, RFID Journal's digital magazine could save you a lot of headaches.
The issues vary from one company to the next, but there are some common strategies that can up the odds of success.
The technology is now doing so much more than improving supply chain efficiency.
When planning and implementing an RFID project, it's vital that someone assume a leadership role.