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in RFID Journal, RFID News on Apr 05, 2018
Being able to track and have complete visibility into your work in process (WIP) and all the parts moving through your supply chain is obviously valuable.
in RFID News on Apr 03, 2018
While it is good news that all kinds of predictions and current technology trends in the IoT world are steadfastly pointing towards everything except a declining IoT sector. The hype is such at this moment that Symantec’s Norton expresses blatantly:
in RFID News on Mar 26, 2018
RFID tags are already used widely in passports, library books and gadgets that let cars fly through tollbooths without cash. But those tags are made from silicon, which is more expensive than paper and has to be stuck onto the product as a second step.
in RFID Journal on Mar 23, 2018
What still remains obscure is how to bridge separate data silos of healthcare organizations and enable secure access to their medical data. That’s where blockchain may play its brightest role so far.
in RFID News on Mar 22, 2018
RFID should be seen as a strategic tool that can be used to enhance your company's core strategic advantage. If you are a manufacturer that competes by producing goods at the lowest cost, RFID can be used in dozens of ways to take costs out of the system.
in RFID Journal, RFID News on Mar 21, 2018
An active RFID system, provided by Triax Technologies, enables Lettire Construction Corp. to track the locations of 140 workers on its site at any given time, to ensure that they are authorized to be there, are not in harm's way and are working where they should be.
in RFID Journal, RFID News on Mar 20, 2018
In recent years, the internet of things has evolved far beyond Bluetooth-synced personal devices and smart home platforms. Businesses and consumers alike eagerly anticipate the continued advancement of this technology.With wider IoT adoption than ever before, companies are constantly developing new devices for our increasingly connected environment.
in RFID Journal, RFID News on Mar 19, 2018
Internet of Things was probably one of the obscure technologies at some point, when people were apprehensive about it, as they didn't know much about it. But that time has long gone. IoT has now become the technology of the masses. Everyone is ready to adopt IoT solutions, to employ the best IoT developers, and own IoT devices.
in RFID Journal, RFID News on Mar 16, 2018
For company, one of the most common is to shift tactics frequently in an effort to hit on something that will propel sales forward. Unfortunately, this often has the opposite effect, and sometimes leads to firms with good technology and products going out of business.
in RFID Journal, RFID News on Mar 15, 2018
The Internet of Things continues to blur the lines between our physical and digital worlds, in which everything is connected and has the potential to transmit sensitive data.
in RFID News on Mar 14, 2018
Data and connected products and services are two sides of the same coin.
Lesson 1: Start from the problem or need you want to solve, not with the solution, by simply aiming to make your product connected.
in RFID Journal, RFID News on Mar 12, 2018
in RFID News on Mar 02, 2018
On the evening of February 25, 2018 local time, the twenty-third Winter Olympic Games held a closing ceremony in Pingchang, South Korea. As the host city of the next Winter Olympic Games, mayor Chen Jining took the Olympic five ring banner from International Olympic Committee chairman Bach, which represents the Winter Olympic Games entering Beijing time.
KeyMe has retrofitted 111 of its kiosks with RFID functionality so that users with LF access cards and key fobs can print copies, while all future kiosks will come with the RFID technology built in.