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RFID tags have enabled thousands of organizations to track everything from expensive assets to consumer products. Here's how such a system works.
Here are six trends and four challenges regarding the RFID industry, including how the technology is used for vaccine safety and touchless interactions.
The technology is revolutionizing operations in the automotive industry.
Dealing with today's rapid evolution of consumer demands requires a technological solution. Consider how RFID in supply chain management can help.
RFID tags can be used for quality control in harsh environments, including those containing extreme temperatures, high impact, wet conditions, hazardous chemicals, radioactivity and more.
Item-level RFID tagging can help companies thwart theft in retail operations. Here's how you can implement RFID for your entire supply and distribution process.
Discover how RFID-based livestock-management technology can identify and track cattle, record essential information and manage the spread of animal diseases.
For SMBs, the upfront investment required for RFID systems used to be cost-prohibitive, but prices are now trending down, making the technology viable.
For organizations that need stock accuracy, a local RFID system that integrates with national inventory can help increase efficiencies drastically.