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Avery Dennison’s Jack Farrell on RFID

Avery Dennison RFID’s Jack Farrell wrote an informative guest column for Industry Week last month, touching on a number of topics, including the growth of RFID technology and the strong return on investment that adopters of the technology are seeing. Farrell also discussed the C-level support that is needed to launch an effective RFID initiative.

Jack Farrell, general manager and VP at Avery Dennison RFID

Last April, Avery Dennison shipped its one billionth ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID inlay — an industry first — which company officials said was a sign of the broadening deployment of the technology to overcome real-world challenges. Avery Dennison RFID provides both UHF and HF inlays to supply chain applications and the healthcare, aviation and retail sectors, among others.

A few gems from the Industry Week article about how enterprises are benefitting from RFID:

 A leading provider of orthopedic and prosthetic devices to the hospital community discovered situations where products packaged in kits were not matching up with hospital orders. RFID now helps ensure that the right goods are in the right kits, a solution that guards against goods being returned and also contributes to optimum patient care and customer satisfaction.

A Canadian mining company employs RFID to track the mineral concentration of ore as it is mined in real time. The process delivers efficiencies associated with metal production at processing mills. The company estimates savings of $30 — $70 million per year once the process is rolled out to all of its mining facilities.

A manufacturer of electronic products is using RFID to track semiconductors. The technology replaces a time-consuming manual process that was error-prone.

In a Grand Rapids, Mich., waste management application, RFID is being applied to disposable containers to determine which customer regions are providing what kinds of recyclable materials. Officials have publicly reported saving $75,000 in 12 months.

Click here to read the entire article in Industry Week.

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