Drones Connect with RFID to Catalog Inventory

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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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Simbe adds RFID scanner to Tally robot

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

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Long-Range RFID Reader

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

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Location Solutions with RFID Launched

Logistics Business Magazine

Zebra MotionWorks is based on Zebra’s industry-leading RFID technology. As part of the MotionWorks announcement, Zebra is also introducing three new RFID fixed combination reader/antenna solutions, designed to track items as they travel into, through and out of a facility.

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Multi-Frequency RFID Processor

Material Handling and Logistics

Balluff has introduced the BIS V Multi-Frequency RFID processor with USB and TCP/IP communication

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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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Rugged Mobile All-Rounder Offers Unique RFID Reading Capability

Logistics Business Magazine

A new handheld offers an exclusive capability to read two RFID frequencies on one device (such as HF and UHF). A world class data capturing with different Barcode (Honeywell and Newland 2D Imagers) & RFID options simplifies your work process. Mobile Computing & RFID

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Industry View: When to RFID and When to Barcode

Logistics Business Magazine

When it comes to RFID and barcoding, both technologies may have their flaws, but the benefits prevail and are thus reason enough to take a closer look at the future. The QR Code is a 2D barcode and can blur the lines a little with RFID in some situations,” explains Bradshaw.

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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-Driven System Launched to Cut Costs of LOLER Compliance

Logistics Business Magazine

Software application and engineering company Red Ledge has released a new RFID-driven system which it claims cuts the time and cost of meeting LOLER* regulations for lifting equipment with fast, accurate asset re-certification, end-to-end traceability and complete corporate compliance.

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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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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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Tyre-Tracking RFID Plug Set for Market Launch

Logistics Business Magazine

The ability to use integrated RFID solutions in the tyre manufacturing process enables visibility and transparency throughout a tyre’s lifecycle and opens the gateway to Industry 4.0 The post Tyre-Tracking RFID Plug Set for Market Launch appeared first on Logistics Business® Magazine.

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RFID: what, when, where and why of your supply chain

The Logistics Academy

With its strength in identifying individual items or assets and their whereabouts, RFID offers a multitude of benefits across the entire supply chain. Over the last few weeks we’ve walked you through the various benefits of using RFID in a retail store. RFID gives retailers the what, where and how much of their inventory on a real time basis. For tracking RFID events the industry standard is EPCIS – Electronic Product Code Information Services.

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China Leads RFID Utilization

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A massive national identification card program will allow China to leap forward this year as the world’s largest market for radio frequency identification devices, or RFID, by value, according to a new industry study. billion to be spent globally on RFID in 2007. The study also found that East Asia, including China, would account for more than half of the world total of RFID spending, with $2.7 billion RFID market for 2007.

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Pick by Choice: Voice Command Smart Glasses

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Rugged Mobility Supplier Reveals New Handheld

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFIDRugged mobility supplier Xplore Technologies has added a 6” handheld computer to its expanding rugged mobility portfolio: the Xplore M60. The Qualcomm Octa-Core powered and Android 8.0

Latest Datalogic Scanner Set for “Excellence in Retail Ops and IT”

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFID Software WMS TMS SCMDatalogic, automatic data capture and process automation market specialist, has launched its new Gryphon I GD4500 2D scanner. Since the current Gryphon family was first launched, millions of units have been sold throughout the world, endorsing Gryphon as the market leading solution for POS scanning/data capture needs, according to the company.

Datalogic Falcon X3 Supports Rapid Growth at Pick, Pack Specialist

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Mobile Computing & RFID Software WMS TMS SCMData capture specialist Datalogic has announced that leading omnichannel reseller ABS Holdings is using the Falcon X3 to improve the company’s Hampshire-based pick, pack and shipping operations.

Twinning talent with technology

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Unlike RFID technology, there is no need for expensive sensor gates or antennae using such technology. “It RFID Digitalisation inbound logistics supply chain management Inbound parts IoT supply chain IT

New Handhelds “Redefine Size and Ergonomics”

Logistics Business Magazine

Further information on the secure handheld terminals and hand scanners with RFID or NFC, on mobile data collection, the QR Code, and the DENSO Auto-ID Business Unit are available at [link]. Mobile Computing & RFIDDenso, part of the Toyota Group and inventor of the QR Code, has launched the new BHT-1700 and BHT-1800 in May. The company says that both models redefine size and ergonomics. Both Android handhelds are particularly ergonomic due to their angled scan head.

Panasonic Rugged Hardware Subscription Solution Wins European Customer

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFID Software WMS TMS SCMEconocom, a European digital services company, has partnered with Panasonic to power its ‘Toughbook-as-a-Service’ (TaaS) solution.

Rugged Device Maker Claims Industry First with Latest Unveiling

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFIDRugged mobility manufacturer Xplore Technologies has unveiled what it calls an industry-first rugged mobility platform, giving customers a choice of three different 10.1”

Line Matrix Printers “Won’t Let You Down if Temperatures Tip 40°C”

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFIDIn the prolonged hot dry spell being enjoyed (or suffered, depending on your point of view) by much of Northern Europe, Printronix LLC is reminding businesses that its line matrix industrial printers can withstand temperatures as high as 40°C (104°F), whereas devices like laser printers are highly sensitive to humidity and extremes in temperatures, often causing them to jam or stop working.

TSC Auto ID Launches “Most Versatile” Lightweight Printer Series

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFIDWith its new MB240/MB340 and MB240T/MB340T models, TSC Auto ID is offering what it calls its most versatile compact lightweight series of thermal printer. These printers set new standards regarding flexibility, print quality and connectivity, according to the company. TSC’s MB240 series is the new value leader for 4″ wide industrial label printing.

Smart Glasses Solution for Smoked Fish Picking

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFIDDeutsche See, German market leader in sales of fish and shellfish, will be using the pick-by-vision solution from Picavi at its main business site in Bremerhaven in the future.

Speedy Asset Services Selects 4G Multi-Camera DVR System Supplier

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Lorries Vans & Trailers Mobile Computing & RFID Software WMS TMS SCM Trailers & CV EquipmentIn-vehicle video telematics provider VisionTrack has been chosen to supply 4G multi-camera DVR systems to the Speedy Asset Services Ltd fleet.

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Körber Acquires Centriq/Voiteq Voice Solutions

Logistics Business Magazine

Automation & Handling systems Conveying & Sortation Mobile Computing & RFIDWith the acquisition of Centriq Group Ltd, of Blackpool, UK, the international technology group Körber has reinforced its logistics systems business.

Remote Working at the Heart of New IT Investment, Says Report

Logistics Business Magazine

IT in Logistics Mobile Computing & RFID Software WMS TMS SCMRemote working is at the forefront of the next push in IT investment, according to a new research report.

Citizen CL-E321 Aims for Ease of Use and Performance

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFID Packaging & LabellingCitizen Systems Europe has launched a new label printer, which combines a unique and stylish design, in white or black colours, with outstanding performance and reliability.

New Digital Weighing & Dimensioning Solution

Logistics Business Magazine

Forklift Technology Mobile Computing & RFID Packaging & Green LogisticsAvery Weigh-Tronix has launched a new ‘Revenue Protection’ solution which can quickly and accurately capture the weight and dimension of parcels and heavy / large freight. As the first trade-approved mobile weighing and dimensioning solution on the market, it provides significant time and cost saving versus manual alternatives.

Hands-Free Wearable Working Promised by Smart-Glasses/Mobile Device

Logistics Business Magazine

IT in Logistics Mobile Computing & RFIDToshiba has today launched dynaEdge DE-100, which it describes as a new high-performance Windows 10-based mobile edge computing device, alongside the companion Assisted Reality AR100 Viewer smart glasses.

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New Head of Intralogistics for Siemens UK & Ireland

Logistics Business Magazine

Automation & Handling systems Conveying & Sortation Mobile Computing & RFID Software WMS TMS SCM Storage & Racking Warehouse Vehicles & AGVsScott Read has been appointed as the new Head of Intralogistics at Siemens UK and Ireland. Read, who has been at Siemens for seven years, will work in close collaboration with other Siemens teams across both digital factory and process and drives divisions present within the logistics industry.

GunGrip Model to Feature in Upcoming Handheld Range

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFIDDENSO, part of the Toyota Group and inventor of the QR Code, is launching a long-range model with a GunGrip as part of its new and innovative BHT-1700 handheld terminal series. The smart and ergonomic Android 7.1.2 handheld terminal is available in six models, one of them being a special long-range model with a GunGrip.

Case Study: How Handhelds Make the Mobile Difference

Logistics Business Magazine

Those who are interested can find more information on the secure handheld terminals, hand scanners, solutions for mobile data collection in warehouses and logistics, the QR Code, innovative devices with RFID or NFC, and the DENSO Auto-ID Business Unit at [link]. Mobile Computing & RFID

Data Capture Leader Promises “Legendary Device” with New Mobile

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFID Software WMS TMS SCMDatalogic has announced the new Falcon X4 Mobile Computer, which it describes with some fanfare as “a legendary device that reaches a new milestone in its track record of worldwide success!”

Smart Glass Pick-by-Vision on Display in Stuttgart and Hanover

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFIDPicavi will be presenting new smart glasses at LogiMAT and CeMAT that incorporate a new user interface and improvements to the hardware. “We’re

New Printer “Could Save Firms Thousands in Non-Compliance Fines”

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFIDFollowing the launch earlier this year of the industry’s first affordable, fully integrated thermal barcode printer and validator, the ODV-2D, its developer Printronix Auto ID has just released an update to enable the device to additionally validate QR codes as well as 1D and 2D barcodes. Preventing labels that don’t conform to ISO standards from entering the supply chain could save firms thousands of pounds a year in chargebacks and non-compliance fines.

New Managing Director to Unite TSC and Printronix Sales and Marketing

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFIDAmine Soubai has been named Managing Director of TSC Auto ID Technology EMEA GmbH effective January 2018. His primary task will be uniting sales and marketing activities of TSC and Printronix Auto ID.

Latest Panasonic Rugged Device “Ideal All-Rounder”

Logistics Business Magazine

Mobile Computing & RFIDPanasonic has released it latest rugged Panasonic Toughbook FZ-T1 handheld for mobile workers. The company claims the 5” Android device is the ideal all-rounder for mobile workforces in a wide range of roles and industries, including retail and hospitality, manufacturing, transportation and logistics.