New research conducted by IDTechEx finds that the RFID market – including tags, readers, software and services, for passive and active RFID – will grow from $7.88 billion in 2013 to $9.2 billion in 2014.
DAP Technologies continues its product excellence with today’s roll out of the M9000 series LTE...
While RFID (radio-frequency identification) technology has long ago entered into the consumer...
Motorola Solutions, Inc. has announced the RFD5500 UHF RFID sled, which can instantly turn the...
TRUMPF has enhanced its LensLine sensor system for 2D laser cutting machines by combining it with an RFID (radio frequency identification) lens to achieve greater accuracy, process reliability and user friendliness. The LensLine condition monitoring function improves the reliability of cutting processes and reduces the frequency of lens cleaning.
Hear how Wrigley's - the biggest producer of chewing gum in the world - used RFID with their Cisco wireless network to improve visibility to the plant floor, reduce losses and save time.
HID Global has announced it has expanded its SlimFlex™ Tag family of broadband UHF radio frequency identification (RFID) transponders with the addition of the new SlimFlex Standard 200 and Standard 301. Designed for flexibility and durability, SlimFlex Tag transponders are among the most versatile UHF RFID tags available, enabling greater adaptability for a range of RFID tag placement options.
The Fenix2 from Farsens S.L., San Sebastián, Spain, is a battery free RFID sensor tag. These tags are compatible with commercial EPC C1G2 readers and communicate a unique ID and the associated temperature data without the need of battery supply on the sensor tags.
Merchandise Inc. needed a new picking system that would not require them to replace the other connected systems that worked well and that their employees understood. They needed a system that would be easy to integrate, use and learn as well as a system that functioned the same way as their current system by downloading the data and then batch picking.
As in any consideration when trying to produce a product, there are a number of factors that need to be considered in selecting a manufacturer. Cost, quality, reliability and deliverability are just a few. When looking at manufacturing RFID hardware, however, all of the above factors and more should come into consideration.
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Businesses in a wide range of industries are realizing significant benefits from radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies. The return on investment for RFID comes from reducing the time and labor required to track assets and materials, decreased losses and theft, improved maintenance operations, and streamlined efficiency through better asset availability and utilization. Many of these benefits occur in applications that do not directly require participation from suppliers and customers, and reside outside the external supply chain. Download this white paper to learn how companies are unlocking the value of RFID by “unchaining” the technology from strictly supply chain-based projects, to improve overall tracking and control throughout the enterprise.