How tracking and management with RFID technology can unlock potential for sustainable supply chains.
Working alongside robots and tracked packaging, artificial intelligence and machine learning can support retailers' loss-prevention teams.
A Ziath solution tracks biomedical samples moving into and out of cold storage, with an HF RFID-tagged tray and a barcode and RFID reading device.
Bluebird's new device is a phone, an RFID and NFC reader, and a barcode scanner, making it easier to manage hospital inventory or patients.
By using warehouse-management data to ask the right questions of your business, it's easier to decide if and when automation is necessary.
Phychips' PR7 system-on-chip will enable UHF RFID reader manufacturers to build handheld or fixed readers with high sensitivity.
A RADAR solution leverages passive UHF RFID tags to understand where merchandise is located throughout a store, while computer vision will expand visibility into shopper behavior and engagement.
Soracom's Plan US-MAX offering enables devices using eSIM cards to connect to a network in remote or rural locations via LTE-M, NB-IoT, or 3G or 4G cellular.
As costs have fallen, an increasing number of retailers are looking to the technology to solve problems traditionally associated with managing stock.
Italy's University of Parma and Michigan State University's Axia Institute have developed a tool that has found hundreds of trees can be saved with some deployments.