What will it take to make RFID a mainstream technology? We asked the people who are using it—or are considering doing so—in their distribution centers, factories, stores, supply chains and other locations.DOWNLOAD PDF
What will it take to make RFID a mainstream technology? We asked the people who are using it—or are considering doing so—in their distribution centers, factories, stores, supply chains and other locations.
Targeted solutions for monitoring specimens and tracking assets, and innovative research, promise to make RFID a standard tool in laboratories.
Ubisense's AngleID is a standalone solution that provides a cost-effective way for manufacturers to locate assets in factories and yards; STMicroelectronics' NFC RFID tags enable manufacturers and utilities to easily communicate with electric, gas and water meters.
Retailers that understand three basic issues can sail through their RFID pilots.
One bank identifies a tagged object and the other describes it.
RFID can help U.S. produce farmers cost-effectively meet the FDA's mandate.
RFID Journal surveyed end users to comprehend the state of RFID adoption and the factors holding companies back from more extensively using the technology.
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture is funding research to track animals, but the work could have broader implications.
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The U.K.'s Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board is funding research into how best to control gastropod mollusks using passive low-frequency RFID tags.
A number of leading indicators suggest the sector is poised to adopt radio frequency technology en masse within the next few years.
This sector seems poised to be the next real industry to adopt RFID.
RFID Journal's Apparel Retail ROI Calculator can help companies discover how RFID can deliver huge benefits.