Active RFID tags and WLANs ensure compliance with corporate finance and government regulations.
Black Elk Energy specializes in buying oil and gas wells, primarily in the Gulf of Mexico, that are under-producing and applying capital and technology to make them profitable. By the end of 2011, the company was valued at nearly $950 million. The company also deploys technology within its internal operations, including an RFID-based document tracking [...]
German retailer Gerry Weber has identified four key reasons for adopting RFID: lower shrinkage, higher transparency; faster goods in; increased sales; and lower security costs. They all add up to a return-on-investment of less than two years. This case study provides all the details.
The Krefeld Fire Department in Germany sought to improve the tracking and management of its firefighters’ protective clothing and ensure all of the garments were in good working order.
Learn how one 50-person firm manages over 30,000 archived files and adds between 5,000 and 6,000 new files every year through RFID.
Boeing and PPG Aerospace wanted to track and monitor temperature and date-sensitive materials at sub-zero temperatures through their supply chain. Learn how they did it.
The major trade show event turns to RFID to capture guest registration and other features.
Discover how refrigerated RFID cabinets provide visibility to heart valves that are on location at any time with the added benefit of ensuring patient safety by providing notice of products that are near their expiration date.
How to take advantage of the new real-time information provided by the GS1 USTM Visibility Framework of Standards.
POSCO, one of the world’s leading steelmakers, has deployed an RFID-based logistics system to streamline critical operational processes, provide its customers with real-time product information and improve packaging and shipping accuracy. It will soon begin tagging more than 2 million products annually.