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Military Orders RFID Tracking
Nov. 4, 2002 - If the United States goes to war in Iraq, the Blue Grass Army Depot in Kentucky will ...
November 04th, 2002 Read More
Tracking Products to Thwart Thieves
Dec. 9, 2002 - Geoff O'Neill is something of a pioneer. Back in 1999 -- before the Auto-ID Cent...
December 09th, 2002 Read More
RFID Penetrates Oil Wells
June 10, 2002 - Radio frequency identification won't solve the world's energy problems, bu...
June 10th, 2002 Read More
Tracking Concrete Cubes for QA
Aug. 18, 2002 - The construction industry is hardly known as a leader in the use of new technologies...
August 18th, 2002 Read More
Learning From Prada
June 24, 2002 - On the northwest corner of Prince Street and Broadway in Manhattan's excruciati...
June 24th, 2002 Read More
The Key to Tracking Unique Items
Jan. 27, 2003 - At the ASDA Supermarket in Wembley, a teenager fingers the jewel case for "8 Mile," ...
January 26th, 2003 Read More
RFID Speeds P&G Plant Throughput
Feb. 3, 2003 - Two years ago, Procter & Gamble decided to increase logistics throughput at a manufac...
December 29th, 2003 Read More
Air Canada GETS Asset Tracking
March 10, 2003 - Call it an "ah-ha" moment. Or maybe it was an "uh-oh" moment. Either way, Air Canad...
March 09th, 2003 Read More
Perfecting Just-In-Time Production
Johnson Controls' business is all about delivering what big automakers like DaimlerChrysler, Fo...
August 11th, 2003 Read More
Boeing Finds the Right Stuff
o imagine a more complex manufacturing environment than building commercial airliners. Not only does...
December 29th, 2003 Read More
Logistics Gets Cheaper by the Yard
By Jennifer MaselliOct. 20, 2003 -- , based in Secaucus, N.J., had a big parking problem. Th...
October 19th, 2003 Read More
Case Builds for RFID in Construction
In September, an RFID trial was conducted at a pipe fabrication plant in Houston, Tex., to determine...
January 05th, 2004 Read More
Safeguarding Shipping Profitably
More than 17,000 containers—roughly 80 percent of all U.S. imports—enter the United States by ship e...
January 19th, 2004 Read More
Golf Car Maker Scores with RFID
Five years ago, while working on its next-generation golf car, Club Car decided to completely redesi...
March 22nd, 2004 Read More
Chip Maker Tries ‘Snack and Trace’
KiMs is one of the largest snack-food companies in Denmark. A midsize company with 270 employees and...
May 31st, 2004 Read More