I recently saw a quote from Charly Covert, Vice President Customer Solutions at APS. ‘If you don’t recognize disruptive trends and take advantage of the opportunities they offer – and your competitors do – then your buisiness continiuty is at risk”. Please think this over…
About a year ago i started to write a book about the acceptance of innovations. I wanted to organize and share my thoughts and knowledge and use my expiriences in cases. This appeared to be harder than i thought. Several trial versions saw the daylight, but none of them were good enough. After several month… Lees verder Making content
Great that you started reading this post! Curious who i am? Well, my name is Wim and i live in the Netherlands. Perhaps you’ve been there: a small country in Europe. At the west, accross the North Sea lies Great Brittain, the Germans are our neigbours accross the eastern border. I’m 62 years young and… Lees verder Hi there
It Giet Oan! I live in a small town in the Netherlands. In the north of our country is a province, a kind of county, named Friesland. Beautiful, quiet, flat, a lot of lakes and some canals. You can imagine: a great place for sailing in the summer and ice skating in the winter. Ice… Lees verder It Giet Oan: Blogging101
Mining tools are used all day round at the mining operation in Canada, creating a challenge of tracking and securing the tools 24/7. Hiring a full-time tool and equipment room attendant is not cost-effective but the company needed to figure out a way to protect their valuable tools. RFID tool tracking technology is being used… Lees verder Diamond Mine in Canada Using RFID To Increase Efficiency and Security
Visitors to the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York are to be given the opportunity to use an NFC pen to interact with a range of NFC-enabled multi-touch display tables, enabling them to ‘draw’ on the tables and keep track of the objects in the collection that they interact with. The multi-touch tables… Lees verder Cooper Hewitt museum visitors to use NFC pens to interact with multi-touch display tables
Shrink, comprised of shoplifting, employee or supplier fraud and administrative errors, cost the global retail industry more than 128 billion dollars last year, 42 billion dollars in the US alone, according to the latest Global Retail Theft Barometer.