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RFID companies innovate to harness the growth opportunities generated by Manufacturing 4.0
Frost & Sullivan market analysis suggests passive RFID still has a competitive edge over active RFID, but technological advancements are helping to close the gap.
JDA and Panasonic partner to co-innovate on integrated digital supply chain technology solutions
Global leaders combine software and hardware to co-develop solutions for digital supply chain operations in factories, warehouses and retail.
IFS Study: Double-digit increases in industrial IoT sophistication in 2018
Study explores the potential for IoT to stream data through the business logic, use AI to constantly learn, and then apply that learning by creating new business logic.
GlobalData: IoT technology market to reach $318 billion by 2023
Software and services clearly lead in revenue, but higher growth rate for connectivity and devices like 5G services and the rise of edge computing will drive revenue growth at a CAGR of 20%.
Checklist for Gaining Real-Time Supply Chain Visibility
Intelligent IoT devices are enabling unprecedented supply chain visibility and innovation.
Rockwell Automation launches executive podcast series on smart manufacturing, IIoT
The show is hosted by David Vasko, director of Advanced Technology, Rockwell Automation, who is responsible for the company’s technology roadmap and leads their global research and development.
Forklift RFID reader
Next-generation RFID and IoT forklift reader.
Deloitte studies distinctive traits of digital frontrunners in manufacturing
As they embrace the fourth industrial revolution, organizations and their supply chains face plenty of challenges and opportunities.
Logility and APICS survey reveals top supply chain priorities for advanced analytics
Supply chain leaders target inventory, accuracy, and visibility with analytics, but must first escape from limited legacy systems.
Report: Manufacturing industry is at risk of increased cyberattacks
Rapid convergence of enterprise information technology and operational technology networks contribute.
North American machine vision market sets new records
Market grows 19% in first quarter of 2018.
The Economist Report: Transformation in store
Read this report from the Economist Intelligence Unit and see why more than any other industry, the retail and consumer goods sector sees IoT as being central to its digital transformation strategies.
DT311 line of rugged tablet computers
Secure data, images with encryption enhancements to line of rugged tablets
Why smarts are central to Internet of Things in the warehouse
Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity is still early days in warehouses, though several suppliers are coming up with
predictive modeling and analytics to optimize DC operations based on granular data from IoT or other data feeds.
Kenco releases supply chain innovation blueprint
Roundtable of industry leaders produces practical – and sometimes counterintuitive – steps to successful supply chain innovation.