- Does the RFID Industry Need to Provide More Education?
Many companies have an outdated view of radio frequency identification technology, but you can't educate people who don't want to learn.
- Listening, Learning and Getting RFID Right
Companies often rush into a quick solution without educating themselves about RFID, and that is a mistake.
- Don't Be Short-Sighted About RFID
The technology offers the opportunity to greatly improve your operations, as long as you have the vision.
- Economy, RFID and Success in Brazil
Despite fluctuations in the nation's economy, RFID businesses can grow even more, including during crises, with the correct marketing actions.
- Thoughts on the Impinj-NXP Legal Battle
The patent-infringement case should not have much of an impact on users of RFID technology.
- Thoughts on RFID Journal LIVE! 2019
The conference and exhibition, which reflects the state of the RFID industry, shows that there is a lot of growth—and some challenges ahead.
- Now I Get to Learn About RFID
Every time I host an RFID Journal LIVE! event, I learn a few things about the technology that I didn't know.
- Helping Solution Providers Help You
Here are a few tips for companies attending next week's RFID Journal LIVE! event that can ensure your RFID project gets off to a good start.
- A Tool to Match Buyers and Sellers
RFID Journal LIVE!'s RFID Connect tool helps attendees find the exhibitors that can provide the hardware, software and services they need.
- Think About RFID Strategically
If you are just using radio frequency identification to track your tools or parts bins, you are missing out on a lot of value the technology can deliver.
- Technology Serves to Improve Business
The most successful companies, both among RFID users and technology deployers, know how to investigate and discover changes in processes.
- The Times—and RFID—Are a Changin'
The technology is evolving in new and innovative ways.
- It Pays to Be Educated About RFID
Some companies want to just deploy a radio frequency identification system without putting much thought into it, and that's a mistake.
- Tech Companies Hate the Physical World
Google, Apple, Microsoft and other technology giants are not getting behind RFID. Perhaps the reason is that the real world is just too messy.
- Who's to Blame for the Relatively Slow Pace of RFID Adoption?
Some say it is the end users who are too cautious about investing, but it may be solution providers unwilling to invest in marketing their products.