by Rich Handley | Feb 3, 2023 | Editor's Notes
A British government committee has released a statement citing the nation's lack of a coherent microchip strategy as "an act of national self-harm."
by Claire Swedberg | Feb 3, 2023 | News
The company's acquisition of adhesives provider Technicote is enabling U.S.-based manufacturing that will include its ECO tag paper inlays and labels, to boost customers' carbon emission reduction efforts.
by RFID Journal | Jan 30, 2023 | News
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by Shalabh Singhal | Jan 29, 2023 | Expert Views
Global retailers must focus on a systematic digitalization of their supply chain to support, control and adapt to changes seamlessly.
by Claire Swedberg | Jan 16, 2023 | News
The UnitVisID Alliance (a rebranded DoseID Consortium) says its healthcare company members will help to fuel innovation as pharmaceuticals are increasingly being tagged with UHF RFID labels.
by Claire Swedberg | Jan 11, 2023 | News
The mobile computing and printing tech company will be led by Bill Burns, who says expansion is underway in adjacent areas like robotics, enabled by RFID.
by Rich Handley | Jan 9, 2023 | News
RFID technology, combined with interactive touchscreens, will enable retailers to boost customer engagement and the user experience.
by Claire Swedberg | Dec 30, 2022 | News
Remote or transoceanic assets or cargo will be tracked anywhere around the globe by devices incorporating the company's LoRa Edge LR1120, via LoRaWAN, 2.4 GHz or satellite connectivity.
by Claire Swedberg | Dec 23, 2022 | News
The company's new Supply Chain Innovation Center in England lets brands and retailers view and test technologies, including Clarity software and Clustag readers, for RFID tag management at warehouses.
by Claire Swedberg | Dec 20, 2022 | News
That's the message from SimplyRFID, aimed at repeated misnomers about technology costs, as the company offers its latest tag priced at 3.6 cents in Asia, with the potential for 128 bits of memory to add data.