The Importance Of RFID Equipment Enclosures By Louis Sirico, The RFID Network
No matter what kind of environment you're in, one of the most important accessories required for an RFID solution are mounting brackets and equipment enclosures. The reality is many people don't think about these important items until after everything else is ordered. Not surprisingly, people are focused on readers, antennas, power, and cabling. They forget to consider how equipment will be physically incorporated in their operations. Selecting the right enclosure may be as important as choosing the right reader.
Asset Management In The Chemical Industry Supply Chain By Savi Technology Inc.
This document is Part Three of Savi Technology's five-part white paper, "Fundamentals of Asset Management." In Parts One and Two, we covered the importance of attaining real-time visibility of assets, provided an overview of different automation technologies, and described asset management challenges and solutions for defense organizations.
Best Practices Guide: RFID Implementation, Testing, And Deployment By Omni-ID
It was early 2009, and John Richards was testing the RFID inventory system he'd been working on for the past several years. John Richards manages the data centers for one of the country's largest equipment providers. The data center where the RFID system was being tested was around 2000 square feet and contained over 7000 individual pieces of equipment.
Venture Research Inc.'s Slim Line portal provides a cost effective, interior use solution to house reader, antenna and peripheral components in an integrated enclosure. Suitable for wall mounting or optional pedestal configuration, the portal can be applied to interior causeways, personnel doors, store floor access and many other uses where a rugged, low profile portal is required.
In today's competitive worldwide economy, manufacturing operations must react quickly and flexibly to ever stronger differentiating customer demands while maintaining or increasing competitiveness with regard to their own production costs.
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