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in RFID News on May 11, 2018
RFID blocking wallets, sleeves, and other products offer protection against RFID skimming. The problem isn't that these products don't work, it's that they're a solution to a problem that doesn't exist in the real world. RFID-related crime isn't only very unlikely, it's non-existent.
in RFID News, RFID Tutorials on May 09, 2018
Business intelligence (BI) leverages software and services to transform data into actionable intelligence that informs an organization’s strategic and tactical business decisions. BI tools access and analyze data sets and present analytical findings in reports, summaries, dashboards, graphs, charts and maps to provide users with detailed intelligence about the state of the business.
in RFID News, RFID Tutorials on May 04, 2018
Radio frequency identification, or RFID, is a new tracking technology that involves small tags that emit distinct signals. Retail business owners can use remote scanners to read RFID tags placed on individual products, enabling them to record a variety of information, including quantities of various stock items and their precise locations.
in RFID News, RFID Tutorials on May 02, 2018
The system can not only issue alerts to management if an exception occurs (such as a knife not being removed within the expected span of time), but also create an historical record of how much a knife is used, for how long and by which employee.
in RFID Journal, RFID Tutorials on Apr 25, 2018
UHF systems can typically tell you that a tag is within a defined read field, but not specifically where within that field. ... Mojix, for example, uses a phased-array antenna system to locate passive tags in three-dimensional space, usually to within about 3 square feet.
in RFID Journal on Apr 24, 2018
RFID belongs to a group of technologies referred to as Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC). AIDC methods automatically identify objects, collect data about them, and enter those data directly into computer systems with little or no human intervention.
in RFID Basics, RFID Tutorials on Apr 19, 2018
With Wristbands, you no longer have to deal with messy ink stamps or a tacky ID card strung around your neck like the metaphorical noose it is! Not anymore! Wristbands are cool and conspicuous. They can also be given different colour coordination, i.e., any number of layers of access relating to a single event can be added with different colours and materials that will add to the security levels.
in RFID News on Apr 18, 2018
AI programs reduce the repetitive work of doctors, thereby giving more time to doctors for studying your case. The role of AI in healthcare continues to evolve and act as a personal assistant of doctors, but does not replace them.
in RFID Journal, RFID News on Apr 16, 2018
'India is clearly on the digital transformation fast track,' says Anant Maheshwari, president, Microsoft India
in RFID News on Apr 12, 2018
In this blog, we will discuss Data Science vs Artificial Intelligence vs Machine Learning vs Deep Learning. Also, will discuss each of these individually for better understanding.
in RFID Journal, RFID News on Apr 10, 2018
Traffic and congestion are expensive and annoying problems for any city and its people. It seems to have been getting worse for a while, too.
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.