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The Future of RFID

The future of RFID may be radically different than it is today.

RFID Searches for a Home on the Range

The text discusses the potential uses of RFID technology in the livestock industry to track and identify animals, particularly in response to disease containment and food safety concerns. The article highlights the challenges of implementing the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) and the debate between voluntary market incentives and potential government regulations for RFID adoption in the cattle industry.

RFID in the Healthcare Supply Chain and Cold Chain

This is second in a series of four eLearning workshops on the use of RFID across the end-to-end Life Sciences and Healthcare industries. As a pre-requisite for this workshop, the user should have foundational knowledge of RFID and its use in healthcare, which can be obtained by attending the first eLearning workshop “RFID in Healthcare and Life Sciences”.

RTI, DeVry Team Up to Teach RFID

RFID Technical Institute and DeVry University have partnered to offer business and technical courses in radio frequency identification.

Jack London vs. TS Eliot: Enabling Technologies Require Vision & Spark!

Right now you have to go look up these guys if you don’t know who they are, and no apologies to readers who don’t know. Not only are they considered great writers in the 20th century, but they offer a stark contrast and frame the decision that you have-right now-for the future of your company and career!

B2B Communications – Part Three: B2B Integration Technology

A successful and flexible B2B communications strategy must be underpinned by a multi-faceted technology infrastructure. Here we discuss the elements of that infrastructure and the various types of B2B integration that need to be supported.

Agile Demand-Supply Alignment – Part 2D

Here we look at what is needed for a platform to provide Agile Demand-Supply Alignment functionality in supplier-facing functionality (e.g. sourcing, production management), quality management, and logistics and global trade. These include areas such as production visibility, supply risk management, quality management (detection and resolution), and logistics capabilities.

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