Kwick Power Rentals can capture an inventory count of the goods it ships and receives to and from customers within a matter of seconds, thereby improving accountability over those products.
From marketing to fraud prevention, RFID can make better sense of the world around us, providing context and automating tedious tasks.
Argonne Labs' Yung Liu has spent two decades developing and deploying RFID and IoT solutions to ensure the real-time management of nuclear waste, whether in storage or as it is being transported.
Hospitals are employing a solution from Mobile Aspects that provides channel drying for high-value, reusable endoscopes, while tracking the devices via HF RFID so they can be easily located, with their digital record captured, and be handled less often.
RFID tags or serialized codes digitally printed in boxes make logistic processes more reliable and efficient, saving money and making things less complex.
A sensing system from CleanTech & Beyond detects temperature rises, then creates an irreversible record for a passive UHF RFID or NFC label so it can transmit that information to a reader, even after the excursions take place.
The global standard supports companies across the transport process, including sortation and first- and last-mile activities, enabling them to keep pace with customers' needs.
GS1 US's implementation guideline provides recommendations for companies producing, transporting or storing RFID-tagged products, to help them leverage and share read-based data, improve shipment accuracy and eliminate returns.
During a recent Zebra study, around 85 percent of warehouse managers indicated plans to prioritize automation technology, such as machine learning, AI and RFID, within the next three years.
RFID Journal recently held its 20th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the event's keynotes and general sessions, along with several of the conference tracks.