USA TODAY yesterday ran an article profiling the Social Security Administration's cutting edge RFID plans.
Within months of deploying RFID to keep tabs on its IT equipment, Colorado's vast El Paso County expects to soon recoup its investment.
News of another mad cow disease case coincided with an announcement by Digital Angel that it had shipped 265,000 RFID tags designed for livestock tracking to its Canadian distributors.
Large organizations have a hard time tracking assets, like laptops. Pilots at one of the largest US government agencies, the Social Security Administration, prove RFID and creative thinking can save money.
Reusable supply chain assets often seem to sprout legs and walk off on their own. Learn how Air Canada used an innovative RFID system from Scanpak to slash unexplained losses and improve food cart utilization globally.
The asset-management company plans to charge brewers to track their beer kegs using RFID. Is this the model that will spur adoption?