There are many case studies that demonstrate how Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is already being used to track goods and assets. This in turn helps logistics providers improve the management of moveable assets, which creates new supply chain efficiencies.
Carlo Nizam has helped Airbus build one of the world's first RFID and IoT-enabled digital value chains and he has now been charged to lead the digitization of analog business processes across Airbus.
Watch the video below to see how RFID from Lyngsoe Systems made a big difference to a humble library. How will your company adopt RFID to create new business value and competitive advantage? Will you go this far?