- The Value of End-User Case Studies
Events that feature presentations about real-world RFID deployments can help you solve business problems, as well as provide insights into how the technology can benefit you in ways you never thought of.
- Learning From the Experts
Highlights from the recent RFID Journal LIVE! Europe event, held last week in Oslo, show that the technology can deliver benefits in many ways.
- Reducing Theft and Diversion of Electronic Devices
RFID can help in a variety of interesting ways.
- Connecting End Users and RFID Providers
Every day, companies seek RFID solutions. New cost-effective Web site capabilities allow vendors to advertise their products and services only to those who need their help.
- Helping End Users Find RFID Solutions
New tools will guide companies to the products and services they need, to help them deploy the technology successfully and achieve the most benefits.
- RFID Can Reduce Data-Center Energy Consumption
The Internet and an insatiable demand for online connectivity are fueling explosive growth in energy consumption by server farms, but RFID-enabled sensors can help.
- What Could Be in Health Care
Many hospitals are using RFID for one application or another, but no one has yet put it all together.
- About That Problem With Metal and Water
RFID tags have improved to the point at which the presence of water and metal are no longer major obstacles.
- How RFID Is Transforming VA Hospital Operations
One of the largest rollouts of real-time location technology will help to improve care and reduce costs—and show other hospitals how a radio frequency identification deployment can be done right.
- The Biggest Risk When Deploying an RFID System
It depends on the type of project, but for enterprise-wide rollouts, the issue is not the technology.
- Remembering Bert Moore
The auto-ID industry has lost another great contributor.
- Word Is Getting Out About RFID in Retail
Forbes, CNN, and many newspapers and business journals are covering deployments at Macy's and J.C. Penney, showing that the mainstream media finally understands the technology's value.
- Honoring the Life of Gay Whitney
On June 28, the RFID industry lost someone who contributed a great deal to radio frequency identification, and we owe it to her to pause and reflect on all that she did.
- Retailers Recognize the Problem—Not the Solution
A study conducted by Retail Systems Research indicates that retailers have in-store issues that RFID can solve, but they don't seem aware of what the technology can do.
- RFID Gets Visual
Electronic displays powered by radio frequency identification are adding a new dimension to the technology.