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.
NCR recently showed off a prototype for a point-of-sale device that can read both bar codes and RFID labels.
At a conference this week, the world finally got to see the startups low-cost RFID tags in action.
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.
Sensitech, a company offering systems for monitoring the condition of perishable goods, is the center's newest sponsor.
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?
Accenture recently showed off a prototype system for tracking unique items in a retail environment.
White Papers say a retailer with 800 stores could save $150 million per year from tracking individual items.
Flying Null, a British maker of magnetic tagging technologies, has unveiled an ID label that is just three microns thick.