Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is the name given to a technology capable of identifying goods utilizing a radio frequency system. It is a technology that has evolved naturally and fast over time, becoming an indispensable instrument for reducing the costs of various logistics flows, as well as for managing public transportation and commodities transportation. RFID technology is particularly adaptable, and it may be used to manage assets, acquire complete item traceability, and identify recyclable containers.Continue reading “Benefits of RFID in Asset Tracking Management for the Navy”
From shipping and logistics to warehouse floors, capturing data accurately and efficiently is a crucial part of managing assets. Knowing where a product is on the floor at all times to avoid mislabeling or missing items, means having boxes properly stored in the warehouse or items properly documented before, during, and upon arriving at a shipment dock. These needs require scanning solutions that accurately collect data, record it into a system and store it for internal use at any time a team member needs to receive the information.Continue reading “Scanning Solutions to Avoid Labeling and Asset Management Errors”
Radio frequency identification is a set of technologies that allow you to automatically identify objects and capture information about them. Most armies require a great deal of supplies and equipment to function, including food, clothing, equipment, medicines, and so forth. RFID improves supply chain operations by allowing the military to confirm that the proper items were picked up and shipped at the correct time. By uploading information indicating where tags are read, as well as when this occurs, you can achieve visibility into the locations of goods thus reducing lost items or being able to better track delivery times and manage costs.Continue reading “Military Supply Chain Management Moves to the Next Level with Mobile RFID”
Supply chain managers are constantly hammered by distractions. They get stuck monitoring on-time deliveries, vendor-managed inventory (VMI), and impending shortages. Although there are initiatives from supply chain managers in implementing processes to reduce shortages, save costs, and smooth operations, they are often left feeling frustrated by the challenges of dealing with material shortages, especially over the last year.
Manufacturing logistics are embracing technology like never before; what would have taken years to implement is now taking months due to the rapid changes caused by COVID-19. Companies are embracing automation, new software, AI, and 3D technology for scanning products and packages. Rugged tablets for the manufacturing industry are helping aid these rapid changes, helping teams improve internal operation efficiencies and communication.Continue reading “Rugged Tablets Provide Technological Assistance for Current Changes in Manufacturing”