The power of mobility solutions in the enterprise is proven: companies all over the globe are deploying mobility solutions across the enterprise to achieve greater employee productivity, reduce costs
and increase profitibility. But an often overlooked critical element of a successful mobility solution is management.
For vendors supplying goods directly or indirectly to the Department of Defense (DOD), it's not a question of "if" they should begin the process of integrating RFID (radio frequency identification)
into their shipping procedures, but "when and how?"
Excitement abounds regarding RFID, today's hottest technology. Early adopters are already realizing significant supply chain improvements with RFID, and the technology is rapidly evolving and
growing, providing solutions to a wide array of logistics problems.
McCarran International Airport, the 7th busiest airport in the US, handles nearly 70,000 passengers and more than 460 flights each day. Airport officials were determined to deliver more efficient passenger check-in and boarding procedures as well as enhanced protection for passengers and employees.
Private and public sector organizations face the challenges of meeting new regulations for better accountability with ever tighter resources. Mobile asset management effectively addresses both
concerns by feeding financial systems with the most comprehensive and accurate information in a productive manner.
With intense pressure to function profitably and heighten security, the aviation industry must turn to new technology that can complement existing bar code technology to find the improved operational
processes it needs to continue operations in a more competitive environment. Implementations by Symbol and pilot programs currently underway demonstrate how RFID will satisfy those needs and provide
a foundation for further advances at airports.