- COVER STORY
- Big Data
It's time to devise a plan to store all the RFID data you're collecting and a strategy to use it—in combination with other information—to gain insights that could transform your business and provide a competitive advantage.
- VERTICAL FOCUS
- RFID's Sporting Life
Capturing performance data in real time helps athletes improve their game—and coaches and federations determine which players to back.
- PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
- What You Need to Know About Embedded RFID Readers
These small modules provide the performance of full-size readers and can be used to create next-generation solutions.
- EDITOR'S VIEW
- Making Big Data a Big Deal
Unless companies embrace RFID, they will lack visibility into what's happening within their own organizations.
- OUT IN FRONT
- RFID for Reading People's Reactions
Disney Research has developed a way to use passive UHF tags to determine how
people interact with objects.
- OUT IN FRONT
- The Internet of Clothing
U.K. researchers have developed a low-cost antenna that performs about as well as metal ones used in today's RFID tags.
- Handheld, Fixed or Robotic Readers?
The retail industry ponders the most efficient way to collect RFID inventory data.
- BLE Beacons for Business
Once used solely for consumer applications, Bluetooth Low Energy beacons are finding uses in purely business settings.
- HEALTH-CARE BEAT
- Total Cost of RTLS Ownership
Several active and passive real-time location systems may meet your needs, so it's best to evaluate your options solution by solution.
- SOFTWARE SAVVY
- An Online Community for RFID Software Developers
The EPC UHF industry must take steps to welcome innovators.
- TUNED IN
- Try It—You'll Like It!
The RFID Lab's annual state-of-adoption report of U.S. retailers shows companies that trial and pilot RFID solutions for inventory management are deploying them.