This paper addresses relevant hardware and software considerations that companies will have take into account when attempting to scale from a small RFID pilot to a full-blown RFID deployment.
White Papers, Industry Research & Reports
Here are a number of detailed reports created by vendors and independent research analysts and organisations within the manufacturingand supply chain environments. The reports take an-depth look into all aspects of certain manufacturing and supply chain technologies, as well as trends within specific market sectors, executive overviews of ways to improve efficiencies, cost savings, streamline processes, manage inventory, communicate and collaborate with partners, suppliers within manufacturing, production and supply chain/logistics operations.
Apr 10, 2006 Comments (0)
Domestic takeup of GPS satellite navigation is mimicking the growth a decade earlier of mobile phones an exclusive gadget that has begun to break through to the mainstream.
Apr 10, 2006 Comments (0)
The most obvious reason why global logistics is now getting C-level attention is a four-letter word: COST!
Apr 07, 2006 Comments (0)
Our people are our most important asset. A statement professed by many a manageryet a statement not always supported by the facts. Its true that companies make significant investments in staff, but these investments are often limited to: wages, benefits and minimal levels of training.
Mar 17, 2006 Comments (0)
Researchers at Amsterdam's Free University have discovered a serious security threat with RFID tags. This paper presents the research.
Mar 09, 2006 Comments (0)
Acrastyle has introduced a new ERP system to eliminate waste from its manufacturing and business processes
Feb 13, 2006 Comments (0)
A free Toolkit with hints & tips, checklists, food for thought and golden rules on Supply Chain Planning techniques is now available for browsing and downloading from www.hughendenconsulting.com
Jan 18, 2006 Comments (0)
Global Realities - If we were to circle the globe to monitor the state of the worlds business activity at a particular point in time, we would observe an impressive surge in manufacturing and distribution. New plants, new products, new technology and new markets are emerging at extraordinary velocities.
Dec 02, 2005 Comments (0)
How to implement new logistics routines with minimum disruption and maximum time to profit.
Capgemini's automotive study finds automotive industry flat and needs to increase revenue and reduce waste
Nov 23, 2005 Comments (0)
VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS CAN STEER DEMAND AND IMPROVE PERFORMANCE WITH STRONGER CONSUMER KNOWLEDGE