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1. AI is now a necessity
(Technology)
Supply chain transactions, mostly in the form of EDI transactions, generate huge amounts of data. But the advent of IoT devices, RFID tags, and retail sales transactions are making what seemed to be ...
Created on 20 March 2018
2. What does crypto currency have to do with the supply chain?
(Management)
... tags to monetary transactions so that products can be tracked reliably from point of origin to final destination, and to consumption. VeChain hasn’t yet been fully adopted as the new standard but there ...
Created on 12 March 2018
3. Preparing Your Business for the Holiday Rush
(Retail)
... between you and a competitor. Don’t just limit your thinking to wrapping paper, there’s more out there! Consider offering gift tags, gift receipts, and special packaging for those who will be sending ...
Created on 04 December 2017
4. Privacy Policy
(Uncategorised)
... e website traffic. Pixel Tags Like many web sites, Progressive Media Group, Inc. may also use pixel tags, also known as beacons, spotlight tags or web bugs, to improve our understanding of site traffi ...
Created on 18 July 2017
5. RFID's Resurgence
(News)
There was a lot of buzz around RFID a decade or so ago, but it dropped beneath the radar for awhile. It never really went away and is now resurgent, led by ecommerce-related demand.A case study involving ...
Created on 15 March 2017
6. What's Up With Amazon Go?
(News)
You may think some of what Amazon gets into (ie. drone delivery) is just marketing stunt material, but there's usually something deeper underneath.Take their recent opening of Amazon Go, a small-format ...
Created on 15 December 2016
7. DSD and Tracking Data
(Logistics)
... all day long… however long that day is. Scanning - Today’s inventory is managed by barcode and RFID. Consumer devices may be able to use an app to read barcodes with the built in camera but RFID tags ...
Created on 21 September 2016
8. Where is RFID Going?
(News)
About 10 years ago, the future of RFID was up in the air. You know what? It still is..... In a recent article on the Supply Chain Digest site, the editors take a look at predictions made in the past and ...
Created on 07 September 2016
9. RFID in Health Care
(News)
RFID used to seem, at times, to be a solution in search of a problem. Well, the health care supply chain has always been fraught with issues, so might there be a match?Ben Ames takes a look at the capabilities ...
Created on 14 June 2016
10. IoT is Real and Present
(Technology)
... nefit from inclusion in the IoT. As RFID is becoming more available at different levels of itemization, the tags need to be read, and the data collected by reading the tags incorporated into messages. Typ ...
Created on 01 June 2016
11. IOT Integration and the B2B2X Supply Chain
(Integration)
... e at different levels of itemization, the tags need to be read, and the data collected by reading the tags incorporated into messages. Typically those readings are done as items transition from one locati ...
Created on 02 July 2015
12. RFID & IoT Perfectly Matched
(News)
Some of us probably recall when RFID was 'the next big thing'. Well, it's not that anymore, but it is a big player in supporting the real 'next big thing': the Internet of Things (IoT).It's taken awhile ...
Created on 16 June 2015
13. Time For Item-Level RFID
(News)
RFID has caught on, to some extent, in the supply chain as costs have declined and benefits have been more clearly defined. The time has come for item-level RFID (ILRFID), largely driven by omnichannel ...
Created on 20 November 2014
14. Getting Small
(Technology)
...  or any other power supply because it harvests energy from surrounding radio waves. When these are being produced in quantity the price will be competitive with RFID tags and can be embedded in common  ...
Created on 22 September 2014
15. How Many Things Will You Connect to the IoT?
(Technology)
...  these technologies. The triad of technologies that I see most important to the efforts are digital tags, 3D printers, and mobile communications. The first of these is the tags used as identifier ...
Created on 09 July 2014
16. Tags Limit Visibility
(Technology)
... D adoption rates seem to be at approximately the same rate but primarily because of the relatively higher price of the tags compared with printing barcodes on paper. Still, the expected advantages of consta ...
Created on 09 June 2014
17. Say Goodbye to RFID and Hello to IoT Tags
(Technology)
... nternet of Things. As an extension, new tags are available that use Bluetooth enabled sensor tags. The tags are small enough to be attached to things that commonly become lost - think about your keys  ...
Created on 01 May 2014
18. Is EDI Important to the IoT?
(Technology)
... nefit from inclusion in the IoT. As RFID is becoming more available at different levels of itemization, the tags need to be read, and the data collected by reading the tags incorporated into messages. Typ ...
Created on 21 March 2014
19. Filling in the Holes in Visibility
(Supply)
... situations where the liability remains with someone other than the retailer, and it's possible to monitor the transport at a more granular level in some cases. The use of RFID tags is expanding so tha ...
Created on 10 February 2014
20. The Importance of Integration
(Integration)
...  need ASNs to set up receiving at their DC, RFID tags on inbound products, automated receipts to set up their AP system, integration between their ERP and WMS systems to facilitate order picking, POS dat ...
Created on 09 January 2014