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  • Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) Design Control & Real-Time (Web) Distributed RFID Location Through Intelligent Software
    Published August 2014
    Transitioning ideas into reality by using CAD-based RFID infrastructure modeling, with a real-time RFID optimization measuring and testing engine, allows users to integrate business intelligence into asset-tracking interaction processes with close-loop predictive analytics automation. Proximus Software Systems explains how businesses can benefit from implementing CAD-based RFID asset-tracking software. (12 pages)
  • Host Card Emulation (HCE) 101
    Published August 2014
    Host card emulation is one of the most talked-about mobile innovations today, offering solution providers a new architecture for implementing convenient mobile Near Field Communication-based solutions. But how does the new architecture impact application security? The Smart Card Alliance considers HCE and NFC opportunities and security considerations in this new white paper. (32 pages)
  • Considering RFID Technology for Your Next Event?
    Published July 2014
    There are several key questions to consider when evaluating the integration of RFID technology for an event: How will customers react? What will it cost? What are the risks? Intellitix provides a framework for the decision-making process. This document outlines what companies need to know, and how they can make the most of their investment in RFID technology at their next event. (8 pages)
  • RFID Brand Label Is Key to Transparency and Sustainability
    Published July 2014
    Today’s informed consumer takes an active interest in the sourcing and production of the products they purchase. A growing desire for sustainable garments, material recycling and fair-trade production requires traceability and transparency throughout the entire retail supply chain. TexTrace explains how RFID source tagging offers support for quality assurance and transparency, starting at production with the oversight of materials assembly in an efficient and fair manufacturing process. (2 pages)
    Tags: Retail
  • RFID Benefits for the Manufacturing Process
    Published July 2014
    SSMC, a joint venture of NXP Semiconductors and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., has implemented RFID-based inventory and production control to its enterprise resource planning systems, to improve visibility throughout the manufacturing process and increase productivity. In this document, NXP outlines the implementation and its results. (2 pages)
  • RFID in Mobile Maintenance
    Published July 2014
    The careful, timely and proper maintenance of industrial plants constitutes the basis of permanent functional operation with minimum failure probability. Plant operations must be overhauled and shut down at regular intervals for legal and technical reasons. In the petrochemical industry, this necessary interruption of operation is referred to as shutdown and turnaround management. The shorter the shutdown time, the faster production operation can be resumed. TECTUS Transponder Technology's Udo W. Doege explains how RFID can help. (2 pages)
    Tags: Chemical
  • IT Asset Management: By the Numbers
    Published June 2014
    The key to the effective and efficient management of an organization's data center lies with the ability to capture and comprehend a comprehensive picture of which assets exists, where each is located and how each item is connected to other assets. Asset Vue discusses the critical, yet often neglected, process of inventorying and auditing all assets within a data center, and highlights the return on investment that can be achieved from deploying a passive RFID solution.
  • One Network: A Billion Dreams
    Published June 2014
    The success of the Internet and the World Wide Web has resulted in a variety of fixed and mobile computing devices being connected, and efficient wireless communication has, therefore, become of critical importance. This first Internet/mobile revolution changed the world profoundly, but Sigfox explains how the next disruptive development—in which the majority of data traffic will be generated by things rather than by human initiation—has the potential to change it even more. (17 pages)
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