Worsening population demographics in countries like Germany and Japan are driving the adoption of smart manufacturing technology.
The so-called fourth industrial revolution, or “Industry 4.0” is changing the roles of humans and machines, creating endless possibility for increased manufacturing efficiency.
A recent Supply Chain Digest survey asked how users view and rank different distribution technologies, including RFID and voice technology.
With the strong growth of mobility, smart devices are being implemented in a growing number of mainstream applications.
As the 3D printing revolution becomes more pragmatic, the technology continues to find more room for innovation.
With recent success and profitability in retail and health care, RFID stakeholders should prepare for what’s to come.
Zebra Technologies Corporation has announced the addition of a mobile specimen collection solution to its comprehensive healthcare portfolio.
While it may be difficult to determine a unanimous definition for the Internet of Things (IoT), experts seem to agree that the linking of physical objects to the Internet is an important and ongoing trend.
Research and Markets’ recent report, “Hospital Asset Management Market – Pharmaceutical – Global Forecast to 2017” predicted strong growth for RFID, RTLS, ultrasound and infrared tags markets in coming years.
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Hospital Asset Management Market – Pharmaceutical – Global Forecast to 2017” report to its research offerings.