The Finnish phone maker will embed chips in individual cell phones and track them from manufacturing to retail locations.
FKI Logistex's mobile pick-to-light system speeds up the processes of finding and picking slow moving items in a warehouse.
Squeezing inefficiencies out of the supply chain will mean turning transshipment points into engines of efficiencies. Here's how to do it step by step.
Chinese customs hopes to reduce smuggling and improve the flow of traffic by using RFID at Shenzhen border.
To reduce inventory, companies are going to have to do a lot more than slap RFID tags on pallets and readers on dock doors.
Implementing a successful RFID system will take more than money – it will require vision. Savvy companies will develop a long-term strategy that they can implement step by step.
The Dutch semiconductor company sees supply chain applications as the engine that will drive RFID sales in the future.
Early adopters will begin deploying the Auto-ID Center’s low-cost RFID system next year. Understanding how the technology will change business processes will improve the odds of success.
Will companies invest millions to deploy the Auto-ID Center's RFID system? Those who have examined the business case say yes.
How close is the Auto-ID Center is to creating a network for tracking goods worldwide? And what will the equipment will cost?