by Susanne Hazrati | May 24, 2023 | Trends
What problems are associated with tracking bags using barcodes, and why does the IATA recommend RFID as the solution?
by Claire Swedberg | May 9, 2023 | News
As the industry prepares to digitize all new tires, companies have been testing RFID in their products and leveraging standardized data management from the Global Data Service Organization.
by Rich Handley | May 4, 2023 | News
STAR Systems Int'l, TransCore partner on tolling solutions; Semtech, Connected Development launch LoRa IoT products; Texas Instruments offers IC family for IoT applications; Abracon UWB antennas enable short-range data transmission; Connectivity Standards Alliance revises Zigbee protocol stack; Descartes Systems Group acquires Localz.
by Claire Swedberg | Apr 12, 2023 | News
Tosca has tagged more than 1.5 million plastic pallets and high-value assets that transport goods to factories and stores, providing a view into all steps of each asset's transportation and service cycles.
by RFID Journal | Mar 28, 2023 | News
Here's why you won't want to miss the RFID in the Food Chain track at this year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition.
by Claire Swedberg | Mar 10, 2023 | News
The SpotBot 4G features LTE-M 4G connectivity, enabling life-sciences companies to view the conditions of products moving through the supply chain, including temperature, light and moisture levels.
by Edson Perin | Feb 6, 2023 | News
The Universal Postal Union works with the organizations to enable postal automation worldwide, while 27 million RFID tags are already in use in Brazil alone.
by RFID Journal | Jan 30, 2023 | News
View the PDF and recording from RFID Journal's recent online event.
by Claire Swedberg | Jan 22, 2023 | Features
Known informally as the Father of the NFC Forum, Tagawa co-founded the standards organization in 2004 as a Sony representative and served as chair or vice-chair as technology development evolved and expanded.
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.