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  • Facility Management With RFID
    Published August 2010
    In the dynamic world of construction, coordination is a top priority. Inclusive in a construction site manager’s daily tasks are the ordering, receiving, handling and distribution of raw materials. Currently, these tasks are handled using manual tracking with paper manifests, manual data entry in facility and material logs, and perhaps through "mental notes" taken by the construction foreman. Xerafy explains how RFID can better meet facility-management challenges. (8 pages)
  • Rethinking How to Purchase WMS Software
    Published August 2010
    Synergy North America discusses its Snapfulfil warehouse-management software, designed to facilitate professional purchasing. (9 pages)
  • Why RFID Means Big Savings for the Oil and Gas Industry
    Published August 2010
    Xerafy explains how radio frequency identification can help offshore oil platforms maintain an adequate supply of parts, in order to deal with extreme temperature fluctuations, constant exposure to saltwater and other environmental challenges. (5 pages)
  • The Synchronized Distribution Supply Chain: Best Practices in Warehouse Management
    Published July 2010
    Motorola examines how warehouse mobility can serve as the foundation of an enterprise-wide mobility, creating a collaborative information architecture that not only enables a leaner warehouse operation—but also a leaner, more profitable enterprise. (16 pages)
  • Improving the Safety of the Food Supply Chain: The Value of RFID and Traceability
    Published July 2010
    Motorola discusses how RFID can improve the safety and efficiency of the food chain. Benefits include real-time visibility into product condition during temperature-sensitive transportation; reduced opportunity for spoilage, contamination and foodborne illnesses; real-time track and trace for cost-effective and accurate creation of electronic pedigrees; more narrow—and more successful—recalls from on-tag sourcing identification; increased productivity; reduced shrinkage; cost-effective regulatory compliance through automated data capture; and brand protection and liability reduction. (8 pages)
  • Infinite Integration: Unlocking the Value of Enterprise Asset Management Through Technology Integration
    Published July 2010
    RFID, GPS, sensors and other automatic-identification technologies promise to revolutionize enterprise asset-management systems (EAMS) by enabling real-time, physical asset tracking, locationing and monitoring. With that in mind, Fluensee explains how its AssetTrack system provides a platform for integrating various auto-ID technologies to EAMSs in order to take advantage of real-time visibility and monitoring, by offering these and other functionalities: concurrent support for multiple auto-ID technologies, rules and algorithms for determining asset location, and multiple communication mechanisms for enterprise system integration. (6 pages)
  • RFID and the Mainstream Supply Chain: Seven Steps to RFID Sanity
    Published July 2010
    Motorola outlines keys to investigating RFID in supply chain applications, differentiators for RFID tags, steps to test tags in unique applications and other ways to derive benefits from data-capture technology. The company also outlines seven steps that users can take to ensure a more successful RFID deployment. (8 pages)
  • Underappreciated and Unheralded: 433 MHz RFID Vehicle ID, Gated Entry, Asset and Personnel Tracking Applications
    Published July 2010
    Douglas L. Cram of cramZ Marketing Services explains why he believes the 433 MHz frequency holds the key to increased levels of security, customer satisfaction, return on investment and profitability with regarding to applications involving vehicle identification, gated entry, and the tracking of assets and personnel. (3 pages)
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