RFID

By Roberto Michel · October 1, 2015
RFID can automatically capture item-level inventory data without extra handling, leading to improved visibility for many types of goods. Here’s a look at how companies are looking to make the most of that visibility.
By Bob Trebilcock · September 20, 2015
It's all about turning data into information and providing context.
By Patrick Burnson · March 25, 2015
The results of the 2014 GS1 US Standards Usage Survey show that apparel and general merchandise manufacturers and retailers are using item level Electronic Product Code (EPC)-enabled radio frequency identification (RFID) to enhance inventory visibility and respond to consumer demands for omni-channel options.
By MMH Staff · December 26, 2014
Acquisition to expand scanning and mobility portfolio with fixed and mobile printers.
By MMH Staff · December 24, 2014
Big acquisitions, an improving economy and some new players change the landscape heading into 2015.
By Josh Bond · December 23, 2014
Experts outline the technology and applications of RFID systems.
<p>Troy Design & Manufacturing (TDM) uses RFID technology to automatically capture work-in-process data at its Chicago facility. The plant modifies Ford vehicles for police use.</p> By Roberto Michel · December 1, 2014
Troy Design & Manufacturing pairs real-time RFID tracking with MES, saving time and allowing operators to focus on value-added production activities.
By Josh Bond · December 1, 2014
Real-time view into massive yard boosts efficiency while reducing the number of yard tenders.
By MMH Staff · October 30, 2014
Global group to be headed by 20-year veteran of system integration, warehouse management systems, traceability systems and RFID solutions.
By MMH Staff · October 28, 2014
$3.45 billion-dollar deal includes 4,500 employees across the world.
By Josh Bond · October 2, 2014
RFID system tracks yard traffic to evaluate performance of each site and carrier.
By Josh Bond · October 2, 2014
RFID-based portal delivers automatic tracking tool for greater accountability and less waste.
By MMH Staff · August 27, 2014
Real-time location system (RTLS) to track players and officials in 17 stadiums.
By MMH Staff · July 29, 2014
Xtreme RFID manufactures rugged RFID tags that fully encapsulate RFID inlays in a one piece plastic housing to protect it from chemicals, water, impact, temperatures, and other unforgiving elements.
By MMH Staff · July 11, 2014
The latest enhancements to the Mercury API address the growing demand from end users who want to use consumer mobile devices--smartphones and tablets--as an alternative to handheld computers for RFID applications.

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