RFID Solutions

6 Ways to Modernize Your Warehouse and Minimize Your Stress

Warehouse worker using wrist mounted mobile device with ring scanner.

If your business is struggling to handle the surge in e-commerce due to COVID-19, you’re not alone. Even before the pandemic, many warehouses were struggling to keep up with increasing order volumes and demand. Fortunately, there are six ways you can use technology to get ahead of demand by modernizing…

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Advantages of the Zebra Technologies SmartLens Transition Reader

The new Zebra SmartLens Transitions Reader is much more than just another loss prevention device. The Zebra SmartLens sits on the walls of your store, where it tracks the movements of everything in it. Thanks to the multi-sensors, the smart lens can tell which items your customers are buying, just…

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5 Reasons You’ll Love the New MC3330R RFID Reader

MC3330R In Action

The MC3330R RFID reader replaces Zebra’s MC3190-Z legacy model (ideal for retail, office, and healthcare environments) and brings a new level of comfort, speed, ease of use and accuracy to your RFID applications. Superior RFID read performance and receiver sensitivity enable lightning fast capture of even the most challenging RFID…

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Asset Tracking with RFID: A Brief Introduction

Radio frequency identification, or RFID, is now used across many industries and numerous applications, including asset tracking with RFID, to identify and track valuable assets and equipment. In manufacturing, it’s used to track tools and equipment as well as materials, finished goods, and shipments. In healthcare, hospitals are adopting RFID…

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Control Costs by Using The Zebra TC20 Mobile Computer With The RFD2000 Sled

TC20 and RFD200 in Retail Store

The Zebra TC20 mobile computer is designed to scan the items in your inventory quickly and easily. It operates in a variety of conditions and is extremely versatile. With the new RFD2000 sled, you’ll be able to control costs by tracking your inventory in a much more accurate manner. Expands…

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Overcoming Monumental Inventory Challenges: An RFID Case Study

Inventory Challenges

This is a story about how Matthews Granite, a granite memorial, mausoleum, and columbarium manufacturer based in Elberton, Ga., implemented RFID to address its inventory challenges, and achieved dramatically impressive results. But it’s also a story about how one company’s RFID success can help prepare you for your own. RFID…

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RFID Solution Checklist: 6 Steps to Take Before You Buy

RFID Solution

RFID solutions offer companies significant scalability and flexibility when it comes to tracking items and improving overall business efficiency. How well an RFID solution actually works for you, though, will be determined by both the capabilities of the specific components you use and how closely the system is tailored to…

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RFID for Tracking Your Returnable Transport Items

Returnable Transport Items

It’s 10 o’clock — do you know where your returnable transport items are? Returnable transport items are the unsung heroes of the supply chain. These durable and reusable containers, such as pallets, trays, totes, rolling racks, security containers, and pans, make it possible to move goods efficiently and sustainably. RTIs…

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The Cost of RFID: Here’s What You Need to Know

Cost of RFID

How much does an RFID solution cost? The short answer: “It depends.” The cost of RFID is determined by several factors — but without knowing the size and specific details of your environment, what you’ll be tracking, or the type of system you need, it’s impossible to provide even a…

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Intelligent Enterprise: Notes From This Year’s Harvard Innovation Symposium

The Intelligent Enterprise

I recently attended the 2016 Innovation Symposium hosted by the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard University. The topic this year was The Intelligent Enterprise. Most of the case studies and panel presentations focused on how the omnipresence of mobile devices, access to on-demand computing horsepower, and the proliferation of…

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