This week we got a nice Guest Blog over iRTI management with RFID. ProMat 2013 was held in Chicago. New ScanGreen MorphStick for the holticultural sector is out and about. RFID Arena article From Marginal to Mainstream has hit the press.
Guest Blog: iRTI management with RFID
for intelligent reusable transport items
Insightful article by
Rick LeBlanc about how iRTIs (intelligent returnable/reusable
transport items) reduce the RTI's cost per trip and ensure optimal
freshness and quality of produce in the cold chain. All thanks to
actionable data received from RFID tags.
This year Nordic ID was presented at the ProMat 2013 by a
partner, Wave Reaction.
Discover the latest solutions to move your business forward as
the industry's leading innovators showcase their latest
manufacturing, distribution and supply chain equipment and systems
at ProMat 2013 held January 21-24 at Chicago's McCormick Place.
ProMat 2013 is the one show where you will see in person, in
action the best solutions and innovations the industry has to offer
and meet the leading providers face-to-face. There is no cost to
attend the exhibits and conference sessions.
New ScanGreen MorphStick by Mieloo &
Container Centralen (CC) introduced in January 2011 RFID tags on
the European CC Containers. The primary objective of this RFID
tagging operation is authentication, which all CC Container users
at every transfer are performing with RFID readers. Since the
introduction of the RFID system, Mieloo
& Alexander supports the horticultural sector with advice,
and especially for the CC RFID tag scanners are developed under the
brand name ScanGreen. The "Scan Green Morph Stick" is the
latest scanner developed specifically for the green sector.
Read more about the news here.
RFID Arena Article soares
From Marginal to mainstream (The tipping point for RFID
adoption) article now published on the RFID Journal White Papers
and with VICS VILRI newsletter White Papers.
Download the article on the RFID Journal White
Paper website (requires login).
Download the article on the download link below the
ingress at VILRI (VICS) White Papers.
The article will also be published here on the RFID Arena next
More news again next week!