Developing innovative technology that saves money is the ultimate goal of the leading global supplier of radio frequency identification (RFID) antennas and readers, FEIG ELECTRONICS.
In modern society, RFID cards are more and more popular in hotel guestroom lock system. As one of the major products in Daily RFID, Daily’s RFID Hotel Guestroom Card comes with excellent performance and high quality, which has exported all over the world in quantity. Daily RFID is the leading RFID manufacturer with top technique and 18 years of experience.
GAO RFID, a leading provider of RFID hardware, software, and systems across all RFID technologies, has launched its Bluetooth 4.0 Plug & Play UHF Gen 2 RFID Reader which combines PnP Bluetooth keyboard emulation and contactless RFID technologies into one device.
Haldor Advanced Technologies (Haldor), a pioneer in RFID-enabled Track & Trace solutions for the healthcare industry, has further strengthened its ORLocate® patent portfolio around Track & Trace surgical items in general, and RFID communication solutions in particular.
E Ink® Holdings, "E Ink" (8069.TW), the leading innovator of electronic ink technology and Faubel & Co. Nachf. GmbH, a proven supplier to the pharmaceutical and chemical industry, announced the availability of the Faubel-Med® Label, a smart label for investigational medicinal products. The Med Label features E Ink’s low-voltage film technology, bringing display modules and new system designs to pharmaceutical packaging. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180418005263/en/ The Faubel-Med®
Small, aerial drones that relay radio frequency (RF) signals could be used by retailers to more efficiently locate merchandise stored in large warehouses, according to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers who developed the system.
If putting data into computer databases with little to no human intervention sounds appealing to your company, radio-frequency identification may be for you. Radio-frequency identification, otherwise known as RFID, is a technological tool that reads tags, identifies information about the object the label is attached to, and enters this information into a computer database. This technology is similar to barcoding; however, RFID systems are able to store much more information than traditional barcodes.
Today, many retailers are promoting omnichannel retail initiatives in order to offer their services and products to more consumers on more marketing platforms. It’s no secret that retailers with growing omnichannel initiatives see strong benefits with RFID from the DC to receiving to the back room, and the selling floor.
At one time it was enough to just streamline operations to become more “Lean”. And those lean initiatives helped many manufacturers get through financial crises and economic downturns. Process automation and barcoding made a significant impact, but even the right mix of efficiency and business systems isn’t enough with today’s advancements.
Singaporean scientists are researching various methods to beef up the security capabilities of RFID (radio frequency identification) technologies as these become more ubiquitous.
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