How the 2 Types of Zebra RFID Work

When a tag passes by a reader “Point in time” Example: Tells you when a tagged asset moves to a specific location Could be used to confirm a shipping container arrived at its destination on time. Or updates the position constantly “Persistent” Example: Tells you where it is every X seconds (or minutes, hours, days). […]

How to Get an RMA and Creating a RMA When you Do Not Have a Serial Number

Zebra makes the most rugged hardware in the industry, maybe why they are number 1 in all of the market segments they address.  But occasionally things do break. Here is where you go to get an RMA on your broke Zebra device:   Click the following social icon to learn more about how to get/create a RMA.

Nicelabel Cloud Labeling for Dummies Book 

The new eBook “Cloud Labeling for Dummies” is your one stop guide for moving your labeling to cloud-based technologies. You’ll find out how the cloud offers a smart approach to managing change, with quick deployment times, lower upfront costs, easy access, and unmatched scalability and flexibility for companies of all sizes. There are tips on how […]

Training in the fundamentals of RFID

There are five RFID videos that are very important to be watched and learned by any one interested in RFID inventory, tracking, and automation. The videos cover all the basics of how RFID works, and where it does not work. It sets expectations and clarifies all the little details which a non-RFID-experienced person may or may not […]

ScanTexas Austin Roadshow Recap

The ScanTexas Austin Roadshow was a fun and sight seeing event, and we could not have had a nicer day. Everyone enjoyed the food and spectacular view that all enjoyed. Several questions and comments were centered around RFID and machine vision scanning, and how that solved real world problems. If you have any questions or […]

ScanTexas Dallas Roadshow Recap

The ScanTexas Dallas Roadshow accelerated our technology excitement, and we can’t wait to burn more rubber. Another great roadshow success in the history books. Many of the questions were centered around RFID and machine vision scanning, and how that solved real world problems relating to labor shortages and increased tracking needs. If you have any […]