“How RFID Works” is the first in a two part series of webinars facilitated by Jamison RFID experts. The webinar, sponsored by Jamison RFID, discusses the basics of RFID, such as what is RFID, how the systems work, and the practical uses of RFID. The presentation provides viewers with a better overall understanding of RFID technology and how it can be applied to improve business operational efficiency.

Radio frequency identification (RFID) is the wireless non-contact use of radio frequency electronic magnetic fields to transfer data. RFID tags are frequently placed on objects and help with identification and tracking and store information. Today, RFID applications are widely used in the warehousing and distribution, third party logistics (3PL) cold storage warehousing, manufacturing, apparel, pharmaceutical and life sciences, hospitality, retail, healthcare, government, and many other industries. The use of RFID can provide the seamless flow of information, help track products and inventory, and create tremendous savings from increased accuracy, loss prevention, operational productivity and efficiency, and more.

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