- Making More Sense
We must present all the data we collect in a meaningful way.
- RFID-powered Sensors Can Play a Big Role in the Internet of Things
While energy-harvesting and battery-powered devices can be the right choice for certain applications, passive RFID sensor tags offer a number of advantages.
- We're Not KDDing
Next up: making sense of all the Internet of Things data.
- Passive UHF Sensor Tags Will Help Drive RFID Growth
The radio frequency identification industry has moved from technology demonstration to mass implementation, allowing for new breakthrough solutions, such as battery-free sensors, to emerge.
- Don't Just Automate—Innovate!
RFID can do much more than speed up existing processes.
- Building a Visibility Platform
EPCIS adaptors facilitate the exchange of information.
- Better Late Than Never
The Internet of Things is arriving, just 10 years after it was anticipated.
- Humanizing Robots
RFID is enabling robots to sense, identify and communicate with other robots and people.
- Enlisting Robots
Once robots are integrated into the Internet of Things, they can perform tasks automatically.
- RFID Goes Bananas
The latest advance in RFID technology helps keep fruit fresh.
- The Truth About RFID Read Rates
Providers of passive UHF RFID solutions need to be clearer regarding the read rates, or read reliability, that end users can expect to achieve.
- The Year of Low Power
This year, RFID will benefit from a trend toward electronics that are more energy-efficient.
- RFID and Global Warming
The same technology used to increase operational efficiencies can also save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- RFID License Plates: A Successful In-Metal RFID Application
University of Bremen researchers explain how a vehicle's license plate can function as an antenna for a passive UHF tag, outperforming smart labels on windshields, as well as on-metal tags.
- Lessons Learned From ERP Can Help Drive RFID Adoption
Research studies and the history of enterprise resource planning systems show that RFID solutions vendors need to make their products not only easy to integrate, but also to use.