Vehicle tracking via RFID and other technologies can significantly improve a company's fleet in several critical areas.
Asset-management technology based on radio frequency identification is being utilized in a wide range of industries and scenarios, providing cost savings and data accuracy.
RFID technology is helping providers tackle problems to improve patient outcomes.
As the pandemic has changed the world, cash is making way for virtual payments.
The technology offers numerous benefits for the healthcare sector, including a reduction in human errors, improved patient safety, and augmented task accuracy.
There are plenty of reasons to deploy the technology, and the payoffs are often substantial.
As the post-pandemic world undergoes major transformations, deployments of radio frequency identification technologies may become even more necessary.
There is enormous potential to utilize both technologies in tandem for tracking applications.
Tool-tracking solutions based on RFID and the Industrial Internet of Things increase tool traceability and availability, reduce tool search times and bring down asset-carrying costs.
RFID technology is finally taking off in retail—in fact, it's being put to use in a variety of ways, some of which might just surprise you.