- RFID Goes to Medical School
The Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, in Texas, is saving time and money by tracking state-of-the-art equipment used to enhance learning.
- Siemens Practices What It Produces
The RFID systems vendor is also one of its own best customers. The technology helps the electronics company meet customers' specific manufacturing needs cost-effectively.
- RFID Steers Arnold Clark Motorstore
The technology was integral to the design of a new showroom, helping the auto dealer to manage all of its cars and ensure the quality of its customer service.
- Working the Room
Event-focused RFID technology helps NASSCOM, an Indian trade association, track and serve attendees at its annual international conference in Mumbai.
- A Tech-Savvy Medical Organization Gives the Thumbs-Up to RFID
Intermountain Healthcare implemented an RFID system to improve the speed and accuracy of laboratory testing.
- Preconference Seminar: RFID for IT Professionals
This one-day preconference seminar is designed specifically for companies that provide information technology consultants and IT hardware, software or services. The aim of this seminar is to educate professionals in the IT sector about how they can add RFID to their current product offerings by understanding the fundamentals of EPC data standards, and how to leverage RFID data.
- 10 Presentations From RFID Journal LIVE! 2009
Speakers at the conference offered numerous case studies on monitoring assets, inventories, items, temperatures and more.
- How Cognizant Cut Costs by Deploying RFID to Track IT Assets
In this PowerPoint presentation with audio, Hal Lavender, Chief Architect, Cognizant Technology Solutions, explains how the IT and business process outsourcing services company is using RFID to more accurately track data center assets with minimal cost.
- RFID Goes to College
Turkey's Sabanci University employs RFID technology to improve services for the students, faculty and administrative staff on its Istanbul campus.
- RFID Takes Hold in the U.S. Air Force
Robins Air Force Base, in Georgia, developed an RFID system to track critical aircraft components and tools, thus saving money and improving safety. The asset-tracking system has been deployed at five other bases and could become part of a standard solution in the Air Force.
- Cisco Deploys RFID in Its Data Centers
Current economic conditions make asset tracking more critical for organizations with IT-intensive operations.
- Integris' Journey to RFID
Having already dipped its toes into the RFID waters, Oklahoma's largest health-care provider is eager to dive in deeper.
- Ultimate Control: RFID-Enabled Manufacturing
At its semiconductor plant in East Fishkill, N.Y., IBM has used RFID to completely automate the manufacturing of advanced microchips from 300-millimeter silicon wafers. The high-tech facility optimizes production, speeds up product development and improves customer service.