- What if RFID Were Truly Risk-Free?
To accelerate RFID adoption, we need technology providers that can muster the capability—and the nerve—to shoulder the risk of implementations.
- Toward a Cheap Sensor Tag
The transformation of a technology negative into a positive could make it affordable to monitor the condition of many products and things.
- Checking Items in a Group
By using a group ID as well as an individual tag ID, we could verify a shipment of goods, reduce shrinkage and validate receiving without perfect read rates.
- RFID-ROI-SME Project Promises Big Help for Small Business
Eight pilot deployments are designed to show how RFID can become a productivity tool during a time of financial recession, especially for companies that operate under constrained budgets.
- Readers That Sense Distance
By measuring the distance between RFID interrogators and passive tags, companies can better differentiate items as they pass through portals.
- For Small to Midsize Container Companies, RFID Makes Sense
Based on a study involving a real-life logistics provider, the average payback period for an EPC Gen 2 RFID implementation is between 12 and 24 months.
- How RFID Can Help Manufacturers Thrive in Recessionary Times
With every economic crisis comes opportunity. A well-scrutinized RFID project has the potential to yield a strong return on investment.
- Inference ID
When it comes to supply chain visibility, a little RFID can go a long way.
- Opening Up the Network
Open-source simulation software will enable the RFID community to help develop and learn to use the Internet of Things.
- Business As Unusual
The federal government is using RFID in ways that will impact your business.
- Air Cargo and RFID
Radio frequency identification is a smart way to keep freight moving forward.
- Keeping Bogus Drugs Out of the Medicine Cabinet
A number of factors are conspiring to significantly increase the potential for counterfeit drugs to wind up in our homes.
- Dispelling RFID Network Performance Concerns
You can add RFID and maintain network performance—without redesigning your infrastructure. Here's how.
- Meeting the Needs of Small and Midsized Suppliers
Adoption of RFID by small and medium businesses is critical to the technology's long-term success, but SMBs face unique challenges.
- Branding Alaskan Goods With RFID
The University of Alaska Anchorage is exploring how radio frequency identification can reduce the counterfeiting of Alaskan products and make them more competitive.