Digitalized Supply Chain with RFID
In this pioneering RFID Project every single Green Pallet and every single box of products are provided with an RFID tag for automatic identification and real-time visibility and traceability throughout the supply chain. This connected, touchless and sustainable solution built around RFID technology and 100% recycled plastic pallets significantly improves security, transparency, traceability and efficiency, showing an innovative approach to the future supply chain of the pharmaceutical sector.
In RFID Products
RFID and IoT deliver unbiased visibility throughout the entire supply chain. Where is the Value? Bayer Case Study
Learn how RFID delivers value in the pharmaceutical supply chain and get insight on our project carried out for Bayer S.p.A. in Italy.
Cold Delivery Automatic Control with RFID
Short introduction to Murata ID Solutions' RFID system for: shipping, receivement and trip temperature control. Follow the different processes step by step. For further information: go.murata.com/eu-rfid
The introduction of the id-Bridge trial service
We introduces the id-Bridge trial service that helps customers to use RFID as a PoC or to start in small scale
Utilization of RFID micro tag for IoT and DX (Digital Transformation)
Increasing number of companies seek for a solution for realization of IoT and DX. Attaching RFID tag on a product itself is one of the most popular candidates. This video clip will show you how to utilize Murata micro tag in various applicatoin.
id-Bridge™ Trial Overview of realtime location tracking using direction detection readers
Impinj xSpan Gateway (direction detection reader) can now be used with id-Bridge™. The record of human entries/exits and the movement of products/forklifts are obtained automatically, the data can be seen on the id-Bridge™ Dashboard.
A fully connected and transparent food supply chain with RFID
In this RFID solution deployed by an important Italian food company, RFID labels are applied to all shipping units in order to accurately track the products in the inbound and outbound logistics processes.