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RFID Workbench: Understanding the Basics
Radio frequency identification (RFID) helps actualize the perfect integration of logistical and commercial chains and its use is rising in the US and Europe

rfid label printing  Summary The use of RFID has shown a remarkable increase in the United States and in Europe during the past few months as a larger number of companies have been able to appreciate the benefits of applying this technology to their production, logistic, as well as sales and planning processes. The participants in a supply chain classically exchange information based on computer data exchange (CDE) and bar code data exchange. This approach has enabled productivity increases that no one today would have Read More...
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Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for evaluating an RFID system deployment. RFID sys...
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Taking Stock of TAKE Supply Chain Solutions - Part 1
Over the past several years I’ve repeatedly heard of a supply chain management (SCM) software and professional services company called ClearOrbit that was

rfid label printing  Collection, and Barcode and RFID Print Management), current TAKE Solutions’ SCM offering consists of four main product groups, along with the recent general availability (GA) of several new modules, some of which came from the parent company. This blog series will now analyze all of these product lines, starting with Demand-Driven Supply Network (DDSN) solutions. TAKE’s Demand-Driven Supply Network (DDSN) Solutions Research shows that  software as a service (SaaS)  preference is growing across all Read More...
RFID Case Study: Gillette and Provia Part Two: Challenges and Lessons Learned
Compliance with the market RFID mandate has unfortunately preceded the achievements of applied physics and computer science. One of the main obstacles is the

rfid label printing  which helps companies create RFID technology applications within their own environments, and Smart Label Pilot Printer , which helps companies migrate from a development environment to RFID pilot activities. Printronix was reportedly the first manufacturer with an ultra high frequency (UHF), Class One smart label solution available commercially to help Wal-Mart, the DoD, their suppliers, and other retailers conform to RFID specifications. This way, Provia and its Viastore parent represent an over $100 Read More...
At Last-A Complete (and Successful) RFID Implementation
A radio frequency identification implementation is a major undertaking for any organization—a project with ample risk of failure. This entire series is a step

rfid label printing  applications that interact with RFID and other devices, such as WMSs. Interrogation zone : This is the physical area through which radio waves are propagated. LF : Low frequency ; refers to radio waves in the 100-500 kHZ range. MH10 label : A label format; used widely in retail. This is one of the most popular label standards with the UCC128 bar code, used for identification purposes. Most major retail outlets like Wal-Mart, Target, Sears, etc. use this form of identification. This label format will Read More...
Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part Two: RFID Compliance
Provia's approach to radio frequency identification (RFID) compliance was to offer a bolt-on or drop-in product that works in conjunction with a company's

rfid label printing  center, where the appropriate RFID tag and label (often the printed label contains the tag) would be applied. Data about the shipment (e.g., order information, carton contents, etc.) is associated with the RFID tag and the EPC information will then sent to the end retailer via some electronic means. Once tagged, the product will also be physically shipped to the end retailer (i.e., Wal-Mart) with full RFID compliance. The module's touted advantage is that it adds RFID to existing logistics systems, such Read More...
Top 10 Supply Chain Technology Trends
You can’t pick up a business or IT magazine today without seeing numerous articles about the growth of mobile and wireless technologies. Why are these

rfid label printing  versions. Bar code and RFID smart label printers periodically need to be updated with new label templates and bar code formats, and use thermal print technology, which sometimes requires heat setting adjustments. Bar code printers have specialized command languages, so they are largely incompatible with print monitors and other applications made for oice laser and inkjet printers. RFID readers can be optimized for their immediate environment by changing power output and making other tuning adjustments. Read More...
RFID Basics for Retailers
Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology has retailers talking. The reason: RFID helps reduce labor and improves the ability to gather data. Retailers

rfid label printing  retailers talking. The reason: RFID helps reduce labor and improves the ability to gather data. Retailers can use this data to make positive changes to business processes, which can be tremendously advantageous for them. With careful planning, an RFID system can provide immediate benefits, as well as long-term competitive and total cost of ownership advantages. Read More...
The Data Explosion
RFID and wireless usage will drive up data transactions by ten fold over the next few years. It is likely that a significant readdressing of the infrastructure

rfid label printing  and of course RFID. RFID transactions will grow in number and dimension. Number of transactions Depth of detail—items on up Type of transactions Size of transactions It's hard to separate these out; they kind of go together. But we'll explore a few thoughts around this data explosion. Number of Transactions Global trade is increasing the number of shipments by 7 to 8 percent each year. Embedded within this process is also the need to trace, track, and secure these shipments. Hybrid devices are already Read More...
A Buyer's Guide to the Auto-ID Enabled Supply Chain
This radio frequency identification (RFID) buyer's guide from Raftar Corpo. is a resource for medical device companies with plans to evaluate or deploy RFID

rfid label printing  to evaluate or deploy RFID technology. It includes assessment models for making design and selection decisions about process improvement benchmarks, the system components and cost for a solution, technical evaluation criteria, and questions to include in a request for information (RFI). Read More...
Supply Chain RFID: How It Works and Why It Pays


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Case Study: Gama Impresores Offset and Flexografia
Gama Impresores, a midsized offset printing company based in Mexico City, recently bought an custom-built enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. However

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ezONE Smart Enterprise Suites and vertical application suites including RFID
The company@s flagship product is the ezONE Smart Enterprise Suites (ezONE SES). The ezONE product series consists of the core platform, based on J2EE (Java

rfid label printing  vertical application suites including RFID The company’s flagship product is the ezONE Smart Enterprise Suites (ezONE SES). The ezONE product series consists of the core platform, based on J2EE (Java EE), and several vertical application suites. The core platform is scalable and provides the integration infrastructure for the ‘ez’ vertical application suites. The vertical suites consist of six main modules, which can work together, or separately. The ezCMS is a content management system that offers Read More...
GAO RFID, Inc.


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A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey
As organizations prepare for a radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation, they often don't understand the preliminary work necessary to begin the

rfid label printing  and hurdles to an RFID implementation, and suggest helpful, industry-proven techniques to solve these problems. The equipment, connection procedures, and methodology, as well as a list of tips for completing a site survey, are explored in this second part of our series on RFID. To learn more about the specifics of RFID, please see part one of this series, Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification? . Negative Consequences of an Incomplete Site Survey Not completing a site survey before an RFID Read More...

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