With its unique capabilities, RFID is generally considered to be the Cadillac of auto ID technologies for the cannabis industry, allowing solutions that address both strict regulations and daily business needs of operators.
Recently our experts presented insights on relevant industry topics at the AIM and RAIN RFID Alliance Engage Again virtual conference that took place on September 8-9.
Barcodes and RFID are both types of Auto-ID labels that are used to track and capture information on products, assets and inventory. Both can be used for tracking goods through the supply chain and managing inventory in retail stores. Which one is right for your customers?
The cannabis industry is a highly regulated market that deals in high-value items that include cannabis plants, by-products, finished products, and shipping units.
RFID tag usage in the nongrocery retail sector has become very prominent, with 93 percent of North American retailers adopting RFID at varying stages as RFID delivers a great ROI and supports loss prevention ef
Law enforcement and police departments have typically used evidence or property rooms to store valuable evidence collected from the field. Unfortunately, individual pieces of evidence can easily be lost, damaged, tampered with, or simply disappear.
Service Bureas, sometimes called Bureau Services in other regions, can offer their customers properly printed and encoded RFID tags so end users can focus on their core business, instead of on RFID.
The horticulture industry’s challenge is clear: Finding a specific plant or inventorying thousands of plants in vast nurseries is extremely difficult.
RAIN RFID tags can create challenges if the tag data are not properly formatted during the encoding process. The problems occur because many people approach RAIN RFID tags/labels as though they have blank memory that simply requires encoding it with a unique serial number.