JADAK RFID and barcode solutions help healthcare facilities adhere to recent FDA and Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force guidelines for ensuring that only authorized personnel and lab technicians can access medical testing equipment.
Typical RFID and barcode applications include:
This paper explores the key types of data security threats raised by RFID and highlights possible solutions using the capabilities defined by the EPCglobal
A multinational car manufacturer has implemented RFID portals in its industrial facilities using Keonn’s readers and antennas, to enable real-time traceability for the entire supply chain.
Employees at Disney's theme parks, as well as on its cruise ships, have an easy start to their day when it comes to retrieving costumes. A worker can simply locate a required garment within a storage room, bring it to an RFID-enabled self-service kiosk, present his or her ID badge and walk away. The company installed the RFID-based solution at most of its parks worldwide last year, managing close to $100 million worth of costumes, as a way for staff members to more quickly check their garments in and out