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RFID and IoT Bridging the Gap for Smart Connectivity

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Michael Morey

Vice President of Advanced Logistics

RFID and IoT technologies are working together to create a seamless and intelligent connection.

Many industries have researched the potential of RFID technology, and some have run pilot projects in the past. However, they may not have kept up with the latest innovations while often underestimating the value of this technology.

Considerable efforts are currently directed toward crafting a unified customer experience, seamlessly integrating online and mobile e-commerce. This integration not only enhances businesses’ inventory visibility but also provides crucial insights into sales data and customer preferences through Point of Sale, Order management, inventory and fulfillment, and supply chain planning. 

The application of RFID in warehouse environments is particularly noteworthy. Its high accuracy significantly reduces the risk of human error, while process automation directly linked to warehouse software saves both time and effort. When enterprise IoT architectures align with RFID hardware and software solutions, disparate items are integrated into redefined, massive IoT structures. Thee ver-growing demand for operational efficiencies is met through a combination of mature interconnected systems and cutting-edge technologies such as RFID,5G, AI, Analytics, ERP, Machine Learning, and asset tracking.

The real-time data and asset visibility facilitated by IoT lead to reduced waste, actual energy savings, safer and healthier work environments, and ultimately, an improved customer service experience. 

At Acceliot, our mission revolves around delivering scalable solutions tailored for hybrid RFID/IoT environments. Our lightweight software architecture ensures real-time operational visibility, acting as a seamless bridge between diverse platforms and devices.

The cost of RFID technology, along with passive RFID tags, has seen a significant reduction over the past several years, making a compelling business case. Contrary to the misconception that existing investments in various software and warehouse management hardware solutions need to be scrapped, RFID can exponentially enhance their benefits.

Given the proven effectiveness and increasing demand for this technology, the question arises: why aren’t more businesses exploring its potential?