Feature Articles

  1. RFID Tool Management — People, Processes, And Positions
    2/7/2011
    Tool tracking and tool management has forever been a challenge for many operations. Over the years, responsibility for tracking and managing tools has spanned the responsibilities of many people within an organization. Sometimes it is the responsibility of the tool crib manager; other times it’s the plant manager, the purchaser, the operations manager, or the department supervisor. Why do you think so many people, with completely unique titles, end up with this responsibility? By Robert Holmes, WinWare, Inc.
  2. RFID Tool Management: People, Processes, And Positions
    2/7/2011
    Tool tracking and tool management has forever been a challenge for many operations. Over the years, responsibility for tracking and managing tools has spanned the responsibilities of many people within an organization. Sometimes it is the responsibility of the tool crib manager; other times it’s the plant manager, the purchaser, the operations manager, or the department supervisor. Why do you think so many people, with completely unique titles, end up with this responsibility? By Robert Holmes, WinWare, Inc.
  3. Adding Intelligence To Your Aging Order Entry System To Maximize Profits
    1/26/2011
    For years the hand held industry has been a vital link in getting remote orders from the field to a corporate facility. It has been proven time and time again that the payback of “Just in Time” inventory produces cost savings by receiving an order within days rather than weeks. By Quest Solution
  4. The Price Of Progress: Assessing The Need For A Mobile Computing Migration
    1/25/2011

    A choice of new mobile computing hardware can often have a significant impact on existing software applications and business processes. Perhaps the disruption of a complete overhaul of software and hardware, along with the associated business processes, is more change than a business can bear. Having the prerogative to phase in change on the timetable of your business versus the “rip and replace” timetable of technology is difficult to achieve. By Intermec

  5. Top 5 Tips For Choosing Mobile Printers
    1/25/2011
    This white paper explains the fundamentals, describes what differentiates mobile printers, and provides tips for selecting the model that will perform reliably, efficiently, and affordably in your operations. By Intermec, Inc.
  6. Article: BT Global Services Offers Retailers A Packaged System For Item-Level Tracking
    1/25/2011
    International IT services provider BT Global Services is offering a scalable, easily installable RFID solution for the retailing sector—stores, goods suppliers and logistics companies. By Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal
  7. BT Global Services Offers Retailers A Packaged System For Item-Level Tracking
    1/25/2011
    International IT services provider BT Global Services is offering a scalable, easily installable RFID solution for the retailing sector—stores, goods suppliers and logistics companies. By Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal
  8. Article: Self-Contained RFID Cube Helps Keep Out Foreign Material
    1/25/2011
    After completing tests of a radio frequency identification system at two nuclear power plants, Oregon company Access Solutions has made its RFID-based Cube available for use in tracking tools, materials and personnel into and out of controlled areas at power-generation facilities. By Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal
  9. Self-Contained RFID Cube Helps Keep Out Foreign Material
    1/25/2011
    After completing tests of a radio frequency identification system at two nuclear power plants, Oregon company Access Solutions has made its RFID-based Cube available for use in tracking tools, materials and personnel into and out of controlled areas at power-generation facilities. By Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal
  10. Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Uses RFID To Track Paperwork
    1/25/2011
    A relay race involves several members of a team where a baton is exchanged or handed off from one runner to the next. To run a successful 4x400 meter relay race it takes speed, communication, and a smooth and successful baton hand-off to the next runner. By WinWare