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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Some day in the not-too-distant future, drones and robots might roam retail stores and manufacturing facilities, acting as high-tech RFID readers. We’ve discussed drone reader technology several times over the last year. In a new development, a team of students from the University of Auburn has created a robot capable of reading RFID tags. Named [...]
The RFID sector has seen lots of innovation over the years when it comes to tags and readers. Last year the idea of using drones as RFID readers gained significant steam, with at least two companies promoting drone-based reader solutions. Now, a German startup hopes to introduce more innovation to the RFID reader market. ProGlove, based [...]
Two months after announcing that all of its stores will be RFID-enabled by the end of next year, giant retailer Target unveiled an in-store Internet of Things lab called Target Open House. Clearly, Target is anticipating the day when all of the products it sells will not only carry RFID tags, but also communicate with [...]