Revisiting RFID

Logistics Management

RFID is positioning itself as a foundation for an Internet of Things strategy

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UHF RFID Handheld

Material Handling and Logistics

has introduced the rugged MC3300R series of RFID readers, a UHF RFID handheld solution with Android Zebra Technologies Corp.

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Full-bodied RFID system helps hotelier manage wine inventory

DC Velocity

Buckle-on RFID tags make short work of stocktaking at Tokyo resort hotel. Technology

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Retail-Optimized RAIN RFID

Material Handling and Logistics

Smartrac has introduced Eagle, a new RAIN RFID (UHF) product with a small retail-orientated inlay

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Long-Range RFID Reader

Material Handling and Logistics

Nortech has introduced a long-range reader based on semi active RFID technology, which enables automatic vehicle identification

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The quiet case for RFID

DC Velocity

New research says radio frequency identification tags can help companies achieve greater order accuracy than bar-code scanning. Technology

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Drones Connect with RFID to Catalog Inventory

Supply Chain and Logistics

They use a drone to read the RFID tags on items without sending a human out to scan the bins. Watch out … Continue reading → Advanced Computing Logistics Production Operations Supply Chains drones innovation RFID technology warehousesA new application from MIT attempts to correct issues of inventory shrinkage ‘in the bins’ as they say.

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RFID for Tracking Supply Chain Damage

Material Handling and Logistics

SpotSee has launched ShockWatch, a device that combines impact-damage monitoring with radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology

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RFID-Based Moisture, Temp and Location Sensing

Material Handling and Logistics

Smartrac and SensThys have partnered to provide an RFID-based moisture, temperature and location sensing solution for facilities management

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RFID Technology for Orthopaedic Warehousing and Distribution

SIPMM Professional Publications

The post RFID Technology for Orthopaedic Warehousing and Distribution appeared first on SIPMM INSTITUTE. Orthopedics is the field of medicine that focuses on surgery on, or manipulation of, the musculoskeletal system.

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Revisiting RFID

247 Customs Broker

By Bob Trebilcock · February 24, 2020 RFID is positioning itself as a foundation for an Internet of Things strategy. I was around some 15… The post Revisiting RFID appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. Logistics News Technology customs broker customs clearance freight imports logistics shipping

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RFID: The Key to Improving Visibility

20Cube Logistics

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is one such innovation which is widely used in Supply Chain and Logistics as it’s efficient and saves time. What’s RFID? RFID is a tool to read & understand digital data encrypted in RFID tags through a reader via radio waves.

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Compact RFID Reader and Writer

Material Handling and Logistics

iDTRONIC has introduced the EVO UHF Stick Reader, a compact RFID reader and writer with adjustable power up to a maximum of 100 mW

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Has Blockchain Reached its RFID Moment?

Supply Chain and Logistics

A good summary by Alexis Bateman and Chris Cottrill of MIT comparing Walmart’s intro of blockchain for leafy greens to their introduction of RFID. As before, they are compelling suppliers to participate. That gets it done, but does not … Continue reading →

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RFID Label for Metal Applications

Material Handling and Logistics

Schreiner ProTech has introduced the ((rfid))-DistaFerr Global Label, an integrated, dual-band antenna capable of reading both of the world’s most prominent frequency bands: ETSI and FCC

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RFID Real-time Asset Tracker

Material Handling and Logistics

Feig Electronics has introduced its new UHF Directional Reader Solution, which is capable of identifying the location and direction an RFID tag is moving, even in congested situations

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RFID Enables Nearly 100% Order Accuracy for Retail

Material Handling and Logistics

Using RFID, companies can triple their order accuracy and reduce chargebacks. Line item RFID is showing the capability to increase supply chain efficiency. . For more information about the Auburn University RFID Lab research, please visit [link].

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RFID-powered Location Solutions

Material Handling and Logistics

Zebra Technologies Corp. has introduced Zebra MotionWorks, a portfolio of business-class location solutions for the manufacturing and transportation and logistics industries

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SpotSee launches ShockWatch RFID for tracking damage

Refrigerated Transporter

SpotSee recently launched a new device that combines impact-damage monitoring with radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology. This new device, the ShockWatch RFID impact indicator, is designed to track damage through the supply chain and

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RFID Enables Industrie 4.0

Logistics Viewpoints

Walmart that was pursuing RFID as an evolutionary step to manage inventory throughout the entire supply chain. However, the interest subsided until the 2010’s, when RFID technology was reignited by the fervor of Industrie 4.0 The post RFID Enables Industrie 4.0 and the rise of IIoT in manufacturing. . appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints. Track and Trace

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Simbe adds RFID scanner to Tally robot

DC Velocity

Mobile bot scans inventory on retail shelves for applications in apparel, electronics, sporting goods. Technology

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Forklift Reader with RFID and IoT Capabilities

Material Handling and Logistics

Venture Research's forklift reader can withstand both indoor and outdoor harsh environments of forklift usage with its IP65 rating while incorporating RFID and IoT technology

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Effective Procurement using RFID Technology for Oil Storage Terminals

SIPMM Professional Publications

The post Effective Procurement using RFID Technology for Oil Storage Terminals appeared first on SIPMM INSTITUTE. Oil storage terminals are facilities for storing crude oils and petrochemicals products worth billions of dollars.

RFID Prevents Cargo Theft

Logistics Business Magazine

Denmark’s Evotec chose Idesco RFID readers to complete their cargo securing system they had designed for transport companies’ vehicles. The post RFID Prevents Cargo Theft appeared first on Logistics Business® Magazine. Freight forwarding / 3PL & 4PL Mobile Computing & RFID

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Color RFID Label & Tag Printer

Material Handling and Logistics

Primera Technology has introduced the RX500 desktop full-color RFID label and tag printer

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RFID for Vehicle Access Control

Material Handling and Logistics

FEIG Electronics has introduced a two-lane Wiegand Switch for vehicle access control

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RFID Case Study: Can a Supply Chain be Digitised?

Logistics Business Magazine

Experts from German RFID specialist Kathrein Solutions say yes: The global market is setting new standards for a more intelligent supply chain. The use of RFID technology in the competition for future orders was a decisive criterion for automotive suppliers.

Using RFID system at the tooling department of an Aircraft Maintenance Center

Logistics at MPEPS at UPV

In this case, I would like to share you my experience about implementing a RFID system in a warehouse in the Cessna Spanish Citation Service centre here in Valencia, a maintenance centre for Beechcraft and Cessna jets. Uncategorized aircrafts aviation industry RFID technology

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Mobile Asset Tracking with RFID and IoT Support

Material Handling and Logistics

has introduced MultiTrak, a tracking solution that integrates multi-sensors, GPS, UHF RFID, BLE (Low Energy Bluetooth) and PTCRB certified 4G LTE cellular capability Venture Research Inc.

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How RFID can enable omnichannel

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Dive Brief: The use of RFID by retailers has grown rapidly in North America, where 92% (of 50 North American retailers surveyed) say they are… The post How RFID can enable omnichannel appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. Logistics Uncategorized customs broker customs clearance freight imports logistics shipping

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Barcoding Inc. expands RFID portfolio with acquisition of Danforth Systems

DC Velocity

Deal adds Texas presence for firm's data capture services business, Barcoding says. Material Handling

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RFID Journal covers East Coast Warehouse's yard management implementation

PINC

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Detego RFID Software Gives Boost to Returns Handling

Logistics Business Magazine

Retail RFID software specialist Detego has announced a new solution to support retailers and help them maintain business continuity during the ongoing effects of COVID-19. The post Detego RFID Software Gives Boost to Returns Handling appeared first on Logistics Business® Magazine.

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Logistics Manager Analysis: RFID and barcoding… let’s get digital

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It happens so seamlessly, but RFID and barcoding technology plays a seamless part in our lives. But how do we use a mature technology to… The post Logistics Manager Analysis: RFID and barcoding… let’s get digital appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

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Inventory Control with the RFID System

Logistics at MPEPS at UPV

One option to solve this negative side of barcodes is the RFID ( Radio-frequency Identification ) system. The RFID system is a passive system since the products will be checked automatically by a device, so no employee must scan it by hand.

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Latest DENSO WAVE EUROPE Devices on Show at RFID Expo

Logistics Business Magazine

DENSO WAVE EUROPE is to present its latest range of RFID devices at RFID & Wireless IoT Tomorrow, the continent’s largest event for the technologies. DENSO WAVE EUROPE will present their innovative RFID devices SP1 and SE1-BUB-C at stand 64.

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RFID in the Supply Chain: Fizzling Technology or the Future of Effective SCM?

Cerasis

In 2003, Walmart announced that all of its suppliers would need to have Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags on all pallets and cases by 2006. For many reasons, that transformation did not happen and RFID was put on the industry’s back-burner. Historically, the cost of RFID implementation and difficulty to utilize RFID in conjunction with other supply chain systems has hindered mass adoption by supply chain managers. Active Versus Passive RFID Tags in SCM.

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