American families sitting down to enjoy their Thanksgiving feast next week should give thanks to supply chain technologies for ensuring their food reaches their plates fresh and delicious.
Redpoint Positioning's system is being tested at large-scale mines in North America and Asia to track the locations of people and vehicles for safety purposes, as well as to trace contacts for disease prevention and find tools and equipment.
RFID Journal recently held its 19th annual conference and exhibition. Presentations and recordings are now available from the keynotes, the Best New Product finalists, and the Manufacturing, Retail and Apparel, and Supply Chain and Logistics tracks.
The shipment was carried out at the Port of Santos, bound for Vietnam, with data collected regarding the material's origin and history.
Supply chains should be viewed holistically to leverage data-infrastructure advances that enable an ecosystem of item- and shipping-specific information across all touchpoints.
We are introducing a new event featuring a mix of live sessions and presentations recorded at our flagship conference and exhibition, for those who were unable to attend RFID Journal LIVE! in person.
Retailers should try out artificial intelligence and cashierless stores to determine whether the benefits outweigh the personal touch of human employees.
With ePix's V7 Power Mapper, companies or individuals can test different RFID antennas to measure power output and thereby deploy a system that meets the demands of the environment, while adhering to local legal requirements.
The Spanish fashion outlet takes advantage of suppliers' smart tags by integrating them with its own stock-management and inventory-control application.
The company is employing RFID technology from eSolutech to make its solutions more competitive and complete.