RFID Journal Videos

Supply Chain: Container Centralen Reduces Labor Costs and Improves Visibility of Its Returnable Assets

Container Centralen has tagged 250,000 metal carts in the United States, and has installed 150 RFID interrogators at U.S. nurseries, greenhouses and fields, as well as at its depots, to track their whereabouts. In this session, recorded at RFID Journ...

NASA Optimizes Operations by Tracking Hazardous Materials with RFID (Part 2)

NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., is using RFID tags and readers to detect and relay real-time information on the usage, shipment, tracking and storage of chemicals at the base to Dryden's existing Web-based haza...

RFID from Manufacturer to the Production Platform

The Oil & Gas RFID Solution Group will share various global programs developed to support the use of RFID technologies for end-to-end tracking and tracing of high-value equipment from the point of manufacturing to the production platforms. The pr...

Web-based System for Monitoring the Location, Security and Status of Hazardous Materials Transported by Rail

2:40 PM The integration of technologies is being seen as a very significant aspect of applications and services for the Internet of Things, particularly where the need is seen for satisfying multiple requirements, such as location, security and re...

Tracking Vehicles and Reducing Costs With RFID

Emirates Motor Co., a member of the Alfahim Group, the world's largest Mercedes Benz facility, sought a solution to decrease the amount of time it took to locate vehicles within its 93,000-square-meter service center. Locating vehicles at the facilit...