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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for evaluating an RFID system deployment. RFID sys...
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A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey
As organizations prepare for a radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation, they often don''t understand the preliminary work necessary to begin the

radio frequencies  Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification? . Negative Consequences of an Incomplete Site Survey Not completing a site survey before an RFID implementation carries several risks. For example, an ambient electromagnetic noise (AEN) survey can identify possible roadblocks to reader placement, as frequencies emitted by equipment and other sources may be the same as the reader, or stray backscatter may interfere with reader placement and function. Other companies that inadvertently interfere with the Read More...
SAS and Action-Oriented Business Processes: Alliances, Partnerships, and Acquisitions
Combining deep analytics with BI solution functionality, expanding in certain verticals, and by acquiring several well thought out companies, have been key for

radio frequencies  expect future use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags to further drive up the amount of data a business generates, and the importance of being able to report on and make sense out of that information (see RFID—A New Technology Set to Explode?) This concludes Part Two of a three-part note. Part One profiled SAS. Part Three will present a marketing analysis and make user recommendations. Read More...
Let Your Hard Drives Tell You Where they Are!
Dogs, books, dolphins, and khakis are all being tracked. What about those hard drives at Los Alamos?

radio frequencies  Since smart labels use radio frequencies, they do not require a direct line of sight to be triggered. As well, it is possible to put smart labels in obscure places to prevent their removal. Smart labels can be embedded in plastic. The smart label that is used on dogs is about the size of a piece of rice and is injected with a syringe under the skin in their neck. Flexible wafer smart labels are so thin that they can be embedded in paper or foil, and are so flexible that they can be wrapped around a Read More...
Cost-justifying Warehouse Management Technologies in Small and Midsized Warehouses
The warehouse management system (WMS) concept has matured into a collection of time-tested technologies that reduce inventory costs and increase overall

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Leveraging Technology to Maintain a Competitive Edge During Tough Economic Times--A Panel Discussion Analyzed Part Four: RFID Software Issues
Logically, radio frequency identification (RFID) deployment will be a far cry from a minor development project that can be completed in a few months or weeks

radio frequencies  (RFID). RFID uses low-powered radio transmitters to read data stored in smart tags embedded with minuscule chips and antennae. The tags are attached to packaged goods that can communicate with electronic reading devices and deliver a message to a computer that alerts retailers, suppliers, and manufacturers when a product''s state has changed and requires action. While the potential of RFID technology is indisputable (for example, unlike bar-codes, RFID requires no direct contact or line-of-sight scanning, Read More...
Inconso WMS Suite
@As much standard as possible - only as much individuality as required.@ This is the guideline for the conception of inconso@s software solutions. The

radio frequencies  any subsystem (such as radio data transmission [RF], barcoding, radio frequency identification [RFID], pick-by-voice, pick-by-light, material flow calculation, and weighing systems) is realized with standard connectors and permits a solution concept coordinated with the respective requirements. Complexity and throughput are the parameters that decide which product is used for what situation. The inconsoWMS Standard is conceived for manual or radio data transmission (RF)-led applications and is used in Read More...
Accellos One WMS
AccellosOne Warehouse Management System acts as the hub of your supply chain solution, integrating accounting/order and shipping software systems, electronic

radio frequencies  systems, Crystal Reports software, radio frequency and barcode hardware, and warehouse automation equipment. Read More...
ezONE Smart Enterprise Suites and vertical application suites including RFID
The company@s flagship product is the ezONE Smart Enterprise Suites (ezONE SES). The ezONE product series consists of the core platform, based on J2EE (Java

radio frequencies  business information. Tsinghua Tongfang’s radio frequency identification (RFID), which aid in storing and remotely retrieving data, is used in the ezDCS (Digital Campus Suite) and the ezEAM (Enterprise Asset Management) suites. Read More...
FDM4 is an end-to-end enterprise solution to support businesses of all sizes. The enterprise resource planning (ERP) software allows for forecast

radio frequencies  advanced shipment notices (ASNs), radio frequency warehouse management, multicompany and multicurrency financials, and a graphical executive dashboard. FDM4 can be configured for hard goods product lines or with flexible matrices for style, color, size, and unlimited features. FDM4 solutions is available in a licensed model with on-premise hardware or as software as a service (SaaS) in a hosted environment. Read More...
Publishing and Media
New communication technologies and changing audience behaviors are reshaping the publishing and media industry. The decline of traditional media (e.g., books

radio frequencies  media (e.g., books, newspapers, radio, and television) and the prosperity of new media (i.e., a variety of Web-based and digitized communication) are forcing companies in this industry not only to achieve operational excellence in their current business areas, but also to use information and communication technologies (ICT) in prompt response to new business opportunities. Read More...
RFID Workbench: Understanding the Basics
Radio frequency identification (RFID) helps actualize the perfect integration of logistical and commercial chains and its use is rising in the US and Europe

radio frequencies  . The emergence of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology as a force in the supply chain has created the need for middleware that can manage the flow of data between tag readers and enterprise applications in order to facilitate intelligent use of information generated by RFID tags. Source : SEEBURGER Resources Related to RFID Workbench: Understanding the Basics : Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) (Wikipedia) RFID Workbench: Understanding the Basics RFID Workbench is also known as : Read More...
Active Execution Management--Delivering on the RFID Promise
Active Execution Management captures radio frequency identification (RFID) and electronic product code (EPC) data and integrates it into the supply chain

radio frequencies  Active Execution Management captures radio frequency identification (RFID) and electronic product code (EPC) data and integrates it into the supply chain business process. AXM associates individual EPC events (the observation of an EPC tag at an RFID reader) with the supply chain transaction that is currently being executed and then determines if that supply chain transaction is executing as planned. AXM is able to make this determination by comparing key performance indicators of the supply chain Read More...
How One Distributor Played Wal-Mart''s Distribution Game-And Won
As a supplier to Wal-Mart, appliance manufacturer Haier America was required to implement a radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging system. To satisfy

radio frequencies  increase. The evolution of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology comprises a prime example. RFID is a method used to identify, store and remotely retrieve data using RFID tagging devices. These RFID tags, which can be attached to materials or merchandise and then scanned, transmit information via radio waves to a database. The RFID tag may contain information such as product type, quantity or suggested retail price. Recently, Wal-Mart required select suppliers to apply RFID tags to all Read More...
Transition for Manhattan Associates Necessary for Long Term Growth
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, $78 million Manhattan Associates, Inc. develops, markets, and supports supply chain execution systems for distribution center

radio frequencies  supporting computer platforms and radio frequency devices used in conjunction with PkMS. Vendor Strategy and Trajectory Manhattan occupies the fourth position among supply chain execution vendors behind Industri-Matematik, privately held McHugh Software, and International Business Systems. In contrast to some other players, Manhattan touts a relatively narrow product offering, concentrating primarily on warehouse management systems (WMS) and transportation management software for its six target markets: Read More...

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