Cloud-based applications are revolutionizing the field service industry by consolidating tasks across several devices and platforms, allowing for greater accessibility and connectivity to vital information.
A 30-fold increase in the number of internet-connected products in little more than five years will “significantly alter” how supply chains operate, according to analysts.
The FDA recently devised a proposal to regulate health information technologies based on their potential risks to patient safety, rather than by the technology platform they utilize.
RFID is currently being used to help companies track containers, inventory, parts, tools and other valuable items, but it will soon become as vital to business operations as computers are today.
According to a new report by MarketsandMarkets, the global real-time location systems (RTLS) market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 31.2% from 2013 to 2020, and reach $3.70 billion in 2020.
U.S. hospitals spend tens of billions of dollars annually on high-tech surgical implants, but their outdated, manual supply chain processes are driving up costs and limiting efficiency.
Once a somewhat niche technology, voice technology has become a powerful mainstream solution used in virtually every industry. In the past decade, voice technology has made especially dramatic gains in warehouses and distribution centers.
Today’s manufacturers are facing unprecedented levels of competition as a result of complex global supply chains, increased international regulation and accelerated new product introduction cycles. To stay competitive, they must find new ways to optimize operations and identify ongoing production improvements.