Feature Articles

  1. Best Practices In RFID Tag Quality Assurance And Testing
    8/21/2013

    Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is playing an increasingly important role in a number of business-critical applications—everything from supply chain management and asset management to fleet tracking, work-in-process monitoring, and access control.

  2. United States Marine Corps Improves Inventory Accuracy And Accountability With RFID Solution
    7/31/2013

    Driven by the USMC mission, the primary goal of the RFID project is to gain improvement in the velocity and accuracy of processing equipment (receipt, inventory, issue) and materials for wholesale storage, in addition to improving overall equipment visibility and reporting of equipment status for the USMC LOGCOM facilities in Albany, GA and Barstow, CA. .

  3. Automate File And Folder, Record And Evidence Tracking
    10/9/2012

    Learn how RFID is being used to track file and physical records, providing fast inventory, real-time file location, rules-based access control and full compliance reporting. With RFID, you can virtually eliminate lost files, audit and fully document access and chain of custody, and improve the productivity of every member of your staff who handles critical files.

  4. Real-Time Inventory Visibility Is In Fashion
    10/9/2012

    In a market where inventory management is critical to efficient business operation, real-time inventory visibility can create real business advantage to apparel and footwear retailers. This retail fashion market industry brief outlines the adoption of RFID for inventory visibility and other compelling retail apparel applications and the business benefits associated with each.

  5. Omni-ID® Ultrathin Application Guide: IQ 400 & IQ 600
    9/12/2012

    Omni-ID Ultrathin IQ 400 and IQ 600 products are durable labels designed for use with standard RFID enabled thermal transfer printers. With both on-metal and on-liquid compatibility these labels provide a unique advantage over standard dipole technology in many real world applications.

  6. RFID: Moving From Manual To Automated
    7/9/2012

    As companies become increasingly aware of the liabilities and frustrations inherent in manually affixing RFID labels, commonly called “slap and ship,” they are investigating a transition to automated RFID tagging. By SATO America

  7. Automated Kitting With RFID From Entigral And Motorola Reduces Response Times And Improves Operational Efficiency For FEMA
    5/14/2012

    How RFID helps speed FEMA inspections and improve field equipment recovery.

  8. On-site RFID Rental Unit From Motorola Delivers Time, Money, And Labor Savings for Speedy Services
    5/14/2012

    RFID makes self-service equipment rental practical for Speedy Services.

  9. Track/Trace Solutions For The Food Processing Industry
    5/4/2012

    Recent RFID industry symposiums reveal market focus being applied to solidifying the US food supply chain position as the best and most dependable in the world. As product wholesomeness significantly impacts the population’s health, the drive to full accounting through traceability grows within the industry. By Gary Krause Director of Marketing, SATO America, Inc.

  10. Leveraging Printer Infrastructure To Reap The Benefits Of Converging Technologies
    4/16/2012

    Technology has an inexorable momentum, but one that proceeds at a pace determined by utility. Such is the case with barcodes and radio-frequency identification (RFID).