- COVER STORY
- Automating Compliance Processes
RFID will revolutionize the way organizations meet government regulations.
- VERTICAL FOCUS
- Stress Relief for Air Travelers
With an increasing focus on customer services, airlines and airports turn to RFID to improve baggage handling and reduce flying-related hassles.
- PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
- What You Need to Know About RFID Patient-Management Solutions
Monitoring patients in real time can improve services and safety, increase operational efficiencies and boost a hospital's reputation.
- EDITOR'S VIEW
- Easing the Burden of Regulation
RFID could make things much easier when it comes to collecting data to meet government mandates.
- OUT IN FRONT
- Reducing Roadside Construction Accidents
Volvo CE and the Integrated Innovation Institute at Carnegie Mellon collaborated to develop a system that uses RFID to save workers' lives.
- The Changing RFID Landscape
Interest in RFID grows in energy, manufacturing and retail and picks up more slowly in defense and government.
- RFID and the Non-Degree
People who want a career as an RFID technician will be able to earn a professional certificate that proves they are up to the job.
- HEALTH-CARE BEAT
- The Obvious—and Hidden—Benefits of RFID Hand-Hygiene Solutions
They can reduce HAIs and save hospitals millions of dollars.
- SOFTWARE SAVVY
- Three Boosts for EPCIS
ISO ratification, new guidelines and free tools will propel adoption of the Electronic Product Code Information Services standard.
- TUNED IN
- Beyond Inventory Visibility
Retailers should use RFID data to improve business processes and enable a true omnichannel shopping experience.