Only the imagination of the user limits the application of UHF RFID. For markets ranging from retail to healthcare to electronics, Impinj's item intelligence technology is already providing real-time inventory management, greater supply chain visibility, strategic data mining, improved consumer experience, and more.
RFID technology provides retailers with item intelligence, enabling store operations optimization, improved inventory accuracy and availability, the development of seamless shopping experiences, and the collection of valuable analytics that drive informed business decisions. With RFID, retailers can improve their supply chain process, ensuring products get to their customers quickly, and integrate digital experiences into their physical locations, creating new and exciting in-store experiences.
Implementing an RFID system for asset management leads to decreased labor costs, increased asset visibility throughout the supply chain and a reduction in count inaccuracies due to human error. From tracking containers to hotel linens to tools on the jobsite, an RFID solution can be curtailed to fit the needs of most businesses.
Purveyors of fun are using RFID to enhance customer experiences. Recent use cases include incorporating RFID into ski resort lift tickets for quicker access to the chairlift, creating interactive exhibits at museums, enabling social media check-ins, and bringing new excitement to the driving range. The possibilities for fun, engaging experiences are limitless with RFID.
A connected hospital runs better. That’s why healthcare providers are making RFID the technology of choice when implementing a system that tracks medical equipment, pharmaceuticals, and even patients. Installing RFID in doorways or at regular intervals throughout a hospital helps staff determine the last known location of specific pieces of equipment, dramatically reducing search time and the number of items lost .
The Internet of Things (IoT) connects physical objects to the digital world, enabling the creation of exciting and engaging experiences, the collecting of important data, and the infrastructure needed to fully integrate businesses into the digital world. From manufacturing to healthcare to engaging customers with social media to better understand business logistics, RFID is making IoT a reality.
The warehouse environment calls for high load productivity, efficiency and accuracy, making it the ideal environment to benefit from RFID. That’s why businesses around the globe are improving operational efficiencies by using RFID to manage logistics. RFID in logistics applications are wide-ranging and have shown measurable impact on load productivity, on-time delivery, shipping and receiving accuracy, and fulfilling demand.