RFID offers benefits to every business sector. Are you missing out?
"It's a very flexible system. There's enough space in the system to allow me the freedom to do what I want. It's not confining if you want to do things a different way."
-Large Corporation, VP Real Estate and Facilities
Even if you don’t work in finance, you’ll have to calculate ROI to be confident that adding RFID to your operations is a sound decision.
The recent RFID Journal Awards highlight the range of applications for RFID in a variety of industry sectors. There’s one for every business.
Counterfeits damage your brand in two ways: lost sales and lost reputation. Combat the fakes with RFID throughout the supply chain.
Your organization’s imaged documents could generate income via NFTs, but first you have to convert your documents to digital files.
Today’s museums aren’t the dusty institutions of past centuries. They are vibrant, exciting places, and RFID is part of the museum magic.
One Washington, D.C.-based museum took the upward path when its archival storage capacity began to be strained by continued growth. Its collection of more than 18,000 artifacts, 89,000 historical photographs and images, and 76 million pages of archives, as well as film, video, and oral histories was housed in a substantial facility, but the collection received an average of five to six new artifacts every day.
The Mead Museum houses the art collections of Amherst College, comprising more than 14,000 works of global origin, from Africa to Japan to the Americas.
The American Textile History Museum, which houses the most significant, publicly-held, integrated textile collection of clothing, fabrics, tools, spinning wheels and hand looms in America, acquired two large coverlet
No one can doubt the value of museums and libraries. These institutions are the repositories of our collective cultural memories, preserving history via written word and artifact, helping us find our way forward by knowing where we came from. And our U.S. collecting...