Don't Miss These Exciting Live Demonstrations in the Exhibit Hall
GS1 US RFID Apparel Demo || RFID-Enabled Supply Chains
RFID-Enabled Supply Chains
Rush Tracking Systems and several key partners will provide a live manufacturing supply
chain demonstration in the event's main exhibit hall. This demonstration will show how a
variety of RFID technologies can be brought together across several common use cases,
in order to improve supply chain performance.
The demonstration will be relevant to typical use cases found in industrial manufacturing,
automotive, agribusiness, paper, food, consumer packaged goods (CPG) and government
The demonstration will include:
Receiving into warehouse
A pallet of goods will be received and identified with portal, handheld and lift-truck
readers. Products will be staged in a bulk-storage receiving area, where Rush Tracking
Systems will demonstrate the location-tracking capability of its RFID-enabled lift-truck,
known as "VisiblEdge," within the storage location.
Rush Tracking Systems will automatically capture a pallet's location in the bulk-storage
receiving area, and move it onto storage shelving, with NO bar-code scanning required.
The company will demonstrate the tracking and reporting capability by showing the
pallet ID and its location automatically, without scanning, thereby allowing warehouse
operators to locate the precise location of any pallet in a warehouse in real time.
Picking and shipping
Rush Tracking Systems' new Orchestrator product will guide operators to the proper
locations for picking product, and then have that product validated, in order to ensure
work-order integrity, prior to moving the goods to staging or shipping departments. The
system will show a work order, confirmation that the correct items are picked up, and the
work order's automatic completion.
Asset utilization and optimizing labor standards
See how warehouse operators can track inventory transaction data, along with lift-truck
movements and pallet shuffles. And see reporting for vehicle and labor productivity, as
well as real-time monitoring of a forklift fleet, allowing a company to provide accurate,
timely feedback regarding labor, optimize processes and improve warehouse success
Demonstration Technology Providers
Rush Tracking Systems—Advanced lift-truck solution
SkyTrax—Overhead forklift "location-ing" system
Impinj—Passive ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) reader
Intelligent Global Pooling Systems (iGPS)—RFID-enabled plastic pallets
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