This past week, RFID Journal hosted a virtual event focused on how RFID and IoT technologies are being utilized in the manufacturing sector, and the recording and presentations from the event are now available for viewing.
RFID technologies can act as a beacon for expansion.
The For Boys For Girls store chain has invested in greater efficiency and agility through radio frequency identification technology.
Checkpoint Systems' Inventory Quarantine solution for retailers and distribution centers automates the process of isolating apparel handled in fitting rooms or returned by a customer, until any COVID-19 transmission risk has passed.
It's vital to understand how the technology works, how different RFID tags are used at hospitals and what barriers prevent RFID from being implemented at every facility.
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.
A wireless energy-harvesting solution offered by Everactive continuously streams and analyzes rotating machine data to increase uptime, equipment effectiveness and energy efficiency.
The right solutions can help businesses drive enhancements and further productivity.
The hybrid RFID and QR code-based solution from Identech allows Stadler Winterthur to provide project-specific instructions to its workers, capture data about production, and enable maintenance-based information collection for its rail-service customers.