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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A team of researchers from Disney Research and Carnegie Mellon University has discovered a way to process RFID tag signals with enough speed to make them suitable for use in games, physical interfaces and other interactive objects. The technique makes it possible to use RFID tags to sense movement or touch in near real-time. The [...]
RFID tagging solutions from NXP are set to drive the next generation of innovation in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge. The U.S. DOT announced this week that NXP RFID tags will enable automatic vehicle identification and more streamlined traffic and toll payments, while smart card ICs will facilitate and secure e-Government services. [...]
Sport Zone, the largest sports retailer in Portugal, has decided to deploy RFID across all of its 120 stores. By September, the retailer plans to have its first 10 stores up and running. After a successful pilot at two stores, Sport Zone expects to enhance supply chain management and improve the overall retail customer experience. [...]