Featured Articles

  1. Warehousing: A Work In Progress
    3/17/2010
    Over the past 40 years, warehousing has seen major enhancements in accuracy and speed made possible by advances in lift trucks, product identification, and radiofrequency communications. Much of the improvements were a result of software controls, first with companies writing their own software, and later with standard enhanced processes and packaged warehousing systems. By Rush Tracking Systems
  2. White Paper: Warehousing: A Work In Progress
    3/17/2010
    Over the past 40 years, warehousing has seen major enhancements in accuracy and speed made possible by advances in lift trucks, product identification, and radiofrequency communications. Much of the improvements were a result of software controls, first with companies writing their own software, and later with standard enhanced processes and packaged warehousing systems. By Rush Tracking Systems
  3. Industry Brief: Retail Fashion Market RFID Solutions
    3/8/2010
    In the fast-paced world of fashion, success for retailers hinges on being able to put the right item in the right style or size in the customer’s hand at the right time — a simple concept that is difficult to execute for a number of reasons. Fashion is a perishable commodity where trends change overnight, making it difficult to ultimately predict duration and demand. Ordering too much product translates into increased capital expenses that can erode a retailer’s bottom line, while ordering too little can lead to missed opportunities and lost sales. By Motorola
  4. White Paper: Retail Fashion Market RFID Solutions
    3/8/2010
    In the fast-paced world of fashion, success for retailers hinges on being able to put the right item in the right style or size in the customer’s hand at the right time — a simple concept that is difficult to execute for a number of reasons. Fashion is a perishable commodity where trends change overnight, making it difficult to ultimately predict duration and demand. Ordering too much product translates into increased capital expenses that can erode a retailer’s bottom line, while ordering too little can lead to missed opportunities and lost sales. By Motorola
  5. Deep And Wide, Near And Far
    3/2/2010
    By virtue of the innovative ways Impinj exploits the nuances of RF physics, UHF Gen 2 now performs equally well on small, individual items traveling along high-speed manufacturing lines as it does on pallets of cased goods rolling through distribution centers. In the bargain, UHF Gen 2 has rendered the older, slower, and more costly HF (13.56 MHz) RFID technologies obsolete. By Impinj, Inc.
  6. White Paper: Deep And Wide, Near And Far
    3/2/2010
    By virtue of the innovative ways Impinj exploits the nuances of RF physics, UHF Gen 2 now performs equally well on small, individual items traveling along high-speed manufacturing lines as it does on pallets of cased goods rolling through distribution centers. In the bargain, UHF Gen 2 has rendered the older, slower, and more costly HF (13.56 MHz) RFID technologies obsolete. By Impinj, Inc.
  7. UHF Gen 2: The Definitive, Myth-Busting, Item-Level Solution
    3/1/2010
    RFID has been around a long time. But things have changed rapidly in the last two years, and new opportunities abound. Older formats use relatively low frequencies, whereas a resurgence of interest in RFID has attended the use of ultrahigh frequencies (UHF). By Impinj, Inc.
  8. White Paper: UHF Gen 2: The Definitive, Myth-Busting, Item-Level Solution
    3/1/2010
    RFID has been around a long time. But things have changed rapidly in the last two years, and new opportunities abound. Older formats use relatively low frequencies, whereas a resurgence of interest in RFID has attended the use of ultrahigh frequencies (UHF). By Impinj, Inc.
  9. White Paper: The Gen 2 Story: Charting The Path To RFID That Just Works
    3/1/2010
    The recently ratified EPCglobal™ Gen 2 RFID standard—the new state of the art in supply chain technology—has raised the bar for competitive RFID systems worldwide. Unfolding in tandem with recent well-publicized retailer and DoD mandates, it would seem that the timing of the new standard couldn't be more opportune. By Impinj, Inc.
  10. The Gen 2 Story: Charting The Path To RFID That Just Works
    3/1/2010
    The recently ratified EPCglobal™ Gen 2 RFID standard—the new state of the art in supply chain technology—has raised the bar for competitive RFID systems worldwide. Unfolding in tandem with recent well-publicized retailer and DoD mandates, it would seem that the timing of the new standard couldn't be more opportune. By Impinj, Inc.