Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is evolving as a major technology enabler for tracking goods and assets around the world.It can help hospitals locate expensive equipment more quickly to improve patient care, pharmaceutical companies to reduce counterfeiting and logistics providers to improve the management of moveable assets.Thus! RFID is an all in one solution for every concern in today,s world.
RFID for Air Cargo
- Post: 14 October 2009
- In: main
An automated RFID-based tracking solution would not only solve most of the problems airlines face in managing unit load devices (ULDs), but also lead to RFID usage for more applications. July 30, 2007- RFID adoption in the airline industry has lagged behind retail and other sectors. In the airline industry, RFID could potentially be used to track unit load devices (ULDs) and other ground-handling equipment,as well as time-definite (TD) cargo shipments, passenger baggage and spare aircraft parts.
- Post: 12 August 2008
- By: ahsan
- In: main
Several solution providers worked together to show how manufacturers and retailers can track and manage goods throughout the supply chain.June 13, 2011-A lot has been written about the potential benefits of using radio frequency identification based on Electronic Product Code (EPC) standards to track and manage apparel items from the point of manufacture to the point of sale (POS). But the question remains: Does the technology really work? And can supply chain partners share data to improve shipping, picking, receiving, replenishment and other processes?