More than 80 end users and RFID experts will speak at this year's event regarding the technology's benefits for retail, apparel, manufacturing, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, food and agriculture, defense, aviation, energy and other sectors.
Making a concerted effort to increase your organization's RFIQ will enhance your ability to fully exploit the benefits of RFID as the technology and the way it is used continue to evolve.
The Wi-SUN Alliance, representing Internet of Things-based wireless mesh technologies, conducted a study that finds more than nine in 10 respondents believe adoption is necessary to remain competitive, and that deployments are becoming more complex.
With RFID, artificial intelligence and other technologies, retailers can take charge of their business data to ensure they keep customers happy and maintain the upper hand over competitors.
RFID Journal announced today that a new program, sponsored by Wiliot, has joined the conference lineup.
Matt Alexander, the company's senior director of merchandising innovation, will discuss how and why the retailer is expanding its RFID efforts.
The college is in the second phase of research into Near Field Communication tags that could capture pollution and weather data in the atmosphere when dropped from an aircraft, then transmit that information via a drone.
The company's software is designed to reduce downtime and material costs, improve quality, and provide insights into machine and human productivity.
Zebra Technologies to acquire machine-vision firm Matrox Imaging; Qualcomm intros smart camera IoT solution; Kerlink, VIoT Group deploy LoRaWAN, Helium blockchain in Vietnam; ACTIA, Webbing partner on global data connectivity; Foundries.io, Arduino offer embedded Linux IoT edge solutions; STMicroelectronics amplifier enables smart features, wireless connectivity.
The automation solutions company announced new products, including its Aurora platform, shortly after the National Retail Federation's Big Show.