When you hear the Internet of Things (IoT), your head might fill with images of cloud servers, blinking lights and electronic equipment. These images may not come to mind when you think of barcode labels.
The World Health Organization celebrates World Health Day annually on April 7. The healthcare industry is one of the key verticals we serve.
The world is facing an unprecedented global effort to create, distribute, and administer COVID-19 vaccines. As pharmaceutical companies rush to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine around the world, the supply chain needs to be prepared to deliver billions of vaccines in a short amount of time.
Accurate and timely information is critical to improving patient health and saving lives. Nurses check medications against a patient’s wristband to ensure a specific dosage of a specific medication is given at a specific time.
If you are looking to add RFID technology into your business, expanding your RFID application, or responding to new requirements for RFID encoded labels on your products, selecting the right RFID printer can be a business-critical task.
Thorough label inspection can save you time, money, and your reputation as a distributor or manufacturer. Avoid chargebacks and other penalties by ensuring every barcode on every label is accurate and high-quality.
Barcodes have come a long way since their first commercial use in 1974 when just eight digits were transferred in a barcode on a package of chewing gum.