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.
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Car manufacturers have found yet another use case for RFID technology. Industrial automation firm Turck is managing a pilot project for a high-end German car manufacturer that uses passive RFID sensor tags to detect moisture in vehicles. Leaking autos could soon become a thing of the past thanks to the first-ever passive water sensor tag [...]
SAG has unveiled the world’s smallest RFID HF aluminum antenna, measuring 0.4 x 0.4 inches, or 10.5 x 10.5 millimeters. Based in Taichung, Taiwan, SAG has been manufacturing a full product portfolio of RFID transponders for more than a decade. The new micro-sized antenna is already being used in the healthcare industry and is enabling RFID small-tagging intelligence without [...]
Ralph Lauren is proving to be an innovator when it comes to adopting Internet of Things technologies in its products and at retail outlets. This summer the fashion brand unveiled a wearable technology shirt that uses sensors to capture heart rate and other vital data. This week Ralph Lauren revealed that it is partnering with [...]