Companies benefiting from ultra-wideband RTLS solutions are focusing on power management of personnel badges, minimizing anchor or reader infrastructure, and dedicating employees to oversee the system's operation.
As radio frequency identification has evolved, the question of which form of the technology companies should deploy has transformed with it.
Suppliers can benefit from RFID, as well as meet retailer requirements, if they follow a few simple steps related to planning and executing their RFID system.
Brands and retailers alike are targeting IoT technologies like RFID to solve the dual challenge of making shopping more convenient for consumers while reducing the environmental impact of their operations.
With ePix's V7 Power Mapper, companies or individuals can test different RFID antennas to measure power output and thereby deploy a system that meets the demands of the environment, while adhering to local legal requirements.
View the PDFs and recordings from RFID Journal's recent online event.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made consumers expect much more from retailers—if it's not omnichannel, it's not good enough for them anymore.
What questions should you ask when selecting a device, to ensure it meets users' needs?
RFID Journal recently held its 19th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the event's Health Care and Pharmaceuticals, Internet of Things, RFID and IoT for Inventory and Warehouse Management, and RFID Strategies and Best Practices tracks.
RFID Journal recently held its 19th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the keynotes, the Best New Product finalists, and the Manufacturing, Retail and Apparel, and Supply Chain and Logistics tracks.