The supply chain damage-management specialist will lead the sponsorship lineup at this year's RFID Journal LIVE! event, taking place in Orlando, Fla., on Sept. 9–11.
During this online event, representatives from SpotSee and SDG Systems explained how RFID can help companies identify and prevent supply chain damage.
Marcel Sacco, the general director of Hershey Brasil, outlines his company's vision regarding smart packaging trends.
A white paper from Avery Dennison, produced in partnership with RFID Journal, addresses market trends and opportunities.
The system-on-chip could cost as little as 20 cents apiece in large volumes and enable wireless Bluetooth Low Energy transmissions from sensors to a mobile phone or tablet, so that a real-time locating system could be deployed at minimal expense.
The cloud-based system allows pharmaceutical products to be serialized according to a country's national requirements.
Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain has boosted inventory visibility and efficiency for orthopedic loaner sets, ensuring implants are securely delivered to hospitals when needed and driving down costs for healthcare providers.
A solution from Locix, employing high-bandwidth Wi-Fi technology, is in use by a Japanese facility owned by Prologis to help meet e-commerce demands as one of the applications the company sees being launched to meet post-COVID-19 challenges.
SML Group's survey of 20 companies finds that the greatest concern as quarantines lift will be gaining visibility into idled stock, so the RFID technology company is offering a solution including tags, leased handheld readers and cloud-based inventory management.
Zebra has released its MotionWorks Warehouse solution, which has been piloted for the past year to track when goods are received and reloaded in micro-fulfillment models, thereby making warehouse operations more efficient and reducing the risk of errors.