As the U.S. manufacturing industry recorded the greatest monthly increase so far in 2014, the automation industry is becoming increasingly ripe for new opportunity.
RFID achieves highly accurate results when used for asset utilization, monitoring and maintenance, and more private and public sectors are using RFID to track items along the supply chain.
Automation projects aim to increase efficiency and productivity, but can strike fear into a workforce that is fearful for their jobs or reluctant to take on extra project responsibility. With the right communications and involvement in the planning and implementation of a project, even the pessimist can become a champion of his or her organization.
The printing and labeling solutions sector is quickly evolving to meet the changing needs of the end user.
RFID can help manufacturers of surgical implants meet these goals by conveying batch numbers, expiration dates and other product specific information – improving internal operations and boosting customer satisfaction.
As more healthcare organizations adopt cloud services, there’s a risk that their familiarity could lead to complacency – which could endanger patient data, network infrastructure, and the organization’s reputation.
Retailers are thinking of new ways to offer their customers enhanced access to information.