- The Problem With Software Packages Developed by RFID Hardware Vendors
No single type of RFID hardware is the best option for every aspect of a project. Therefore, end users need to select a software solution that is entirely hardware-agnostic.
- 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.
- In The Name of RFID
Selling a radio frequency identification solution establishes clarity and confidence.
- Passive, Yet Worldly, Tags
EPC Gen 2 on-metal tags feature consistent read rates across regions, so they can track assets globally.
- 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.
- Innovation Is Stupid
Amazon, eBay and Google were all dumb ideas.
- Making Objects Smarter
New RFID reader chips can be embedded in products to give them the intelligence to interact with people and the world around them.
- A Decade of Progress
An RFID evangelist, cheerleader and agent provocateur shares his views on the industry's failures and successes during the past 10 years.
- Innovative Warehouse Solutions
RFID can improve efficiencies and deliver cost savings in warehouses.
- Put RFID in the Trash
Twenty years from now, your garbage can will be full of tags.
- The Myths of LF vs. HF
Depending upon application requirements, low-frequency passive RFID tags and readers often outperform their high-frequency counterparts—so why do people believe otherwise?
- Focus on RFID's Value, Not Tag Cost
Add up all the benefits a tag would deliver, then decide if the price is right.
- EPCIS Implementers Need to Clean Up Their Data
One hundred percent of first-time exchanges of EPCIS events between companies contained errors. If not corrected, such mistakes could jeopardize the promise of tracking and tracing.
- 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.