Here you’ll find the latest news about RFID and SmartCAT.
New Product Feature: ePaper NFC Tag
By Ashley Haines | @williamfrick | February 14, 2018
Save time from having to locate asset records in unorganized file rooms. The ePaper NFC Tag allows you to view and update an area or asset’s status on the tag’s display screen.
Window Cleaning with RFID
By Ashley Haines | @williamfrick | January 2nd, 2018
Increase visibility into window cleaners’ accountability by documenting when they arrive, depart and what they clean at a client’s facility using SmartCAT and RFID.
7 Reasons to Make the Switch from Barcode to RFID
By Ashley Haines | @williamfrick | December 13th, 2017
Barcodes and RFID tags are used for many of the same applications, but what makes one better than the other? Take a deeper dive into both technologies to learn why you need to make the switch to RFID today.
Every Day Uses of RFID: Time Saving
By Ashley Haines | @williamfrick | November 15th, 2017
You’ve probably used RFID technology more than you think. This article lists a variety of applications that use RFID on a daily basis to help save time collecting accurate data.
What Is RFID?
By Ashley Haines | @williamfrick | October 18th, 2017
‘RFID’ is becoming quite the buzz word, but what is it? Grasp a better understanding of what radio frequency identification is in this “RFID 101” article.
How RFID Works
By Ashley Haines | @williamfrick | September 27th, 2017
RFID is used in a number of different applications including inventory management, animal tracking and supply chain visibility. RFID systems have proven to speed up data collection workflows eliminating some of the manual processes, while also increasing visibility of the collected data…
The History of RFID
By Ashley Haines | @williamfrick | August 16th, 2017
Did you know the first theory of RFID was published in 1864, yet the earliest use was during WWII? Learn more about RFID’s history and major milestone applications of how it is has become what it is today.…
RFID vs. Barcode
By Ashley Haines | @williamfrick | July 17th, 2017
From scanning food at a grocery store, tickets at an event, or even inventory in a warehouse, barcodes are used to collect different types of data every day…