A solution from Kemar Automation includes reader gates at entry and exit points, loading areas, weight stations and other key areas, to ensure the efficient movement of vehicles throughout the plants.
As the industry prepares to digitize all new tires, companies have been testing RFID in their products and leveraging standardized data management from the Global Data Service Organization.
How can site managers know they are reaching the best possible levels of safety and efficiency?
A system to manage the location and status of construction or industrial equipment on worksites has been expanded to include large, high-value assets such as bulldozers, cranes and trailers.
Truck companies, construction firms and utilities are employing a Swanholm Technology solution to detect if workers are at risk or have fallen, and to issue alerts.
A consortium of agencies and companies, including Avery Dennison, is planning a program to identify textiles, batteries, and electronics, with a digital passport accessed via RFID or other technologies.
De Meeuw has deployed a UHF RFID solution from Aucxis to boost visibility into its building modules as they are assembled, picked, shipped and received at construction sites.
Construction companies are capturing real-time data regarding the locations of workers in the Granitz Valley Tunnel, leveraging a temporary solution from Zumbtobel Group that detects where they are during an emergency.
Omni-ID's five new products are battery-free labels with sensors and UHF functionality to transmit data, such as temperature or moisture presence, to an RFID reader for use in the cold supply chain, at data centers or during construction.
RFID tags can be used for quality control in harsh environments, including those containing extreme temperatures, high impact, wet conditions, hazardous chemicals, radioactivity and more.