The quick-serve restaurant is leading the way with a solution that tracks every crate of goods received and consumed at each location.
Ranchers are tracking the movements of their livestock with a smart reader from HerdX that can be mounted on poles or vehicles to create temporary read zones in pastures or at water tanks.
Syngenta sensors with KORE Cellular SIMs are collecting motion-based data, with a long-term goal of tracking all moving animal life where crops are grown.
The non-profit organization is extending its global efforts to connect with companies and users, addressing use cases, regulations and bandwidth opportunities.
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.
Produce company Gourmet monitors its onions, shallots and garlic as they are sorted, stored and then packaged, using an RFID system deployed on forklifts.
The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is accepting comments related to modifications of mandates related to RFID tag reads on cattle crossing state lines, while UHF RFID is gaining some momentum.
Here's why you won't want to miss the RFID in the Food Chain track at this year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition.
The company's ninth facility, in Querétaro, Mexico, will increase production capacity to meet the rising demand for UHF RFID tags and labels on apparel, food, consumer goods and packages.
Yo-Kai Express has built RFID functionality into its vending machines for ramen, rice and pasta dishes, and is releasing compact versions to monitor products in freezers and cookers.