The technology of our world is constantly developing. When most people think of a cement. . . .
Gone are the days when electronic appliance manufacturers focused on delivering . . .
The Cosmetics Rules 2020, devised by Central Drug . . .
Falsified and counterfeit drugs are a major threat . . .
The Indian auto industry voluntarily recalled 376,536 vehicles in 2021 till the month of August.
In today’s era of the price-sensitive consumer, counterfeiting isn’t just limited to luxury products. Today, the problem is rampant in the FMCG industry . . .
The barcode system is an integral part of retail, as it allows both offline (in-store) and eCommerce businesses to have all the information about a product in place...
The apparel manufacturing industry perpetually faces challenges in coping with the ...
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology enhances the safety of workplaces by capturing vital information, such as location, movement, temperature, ambient light, humidity, etc. ...
As retailers strive to implement omnichannel operations and streamline inventory management, RFID technology finds itself in an increasingly important ...
In 2017, suppliers worldwide affirmed their growing interest in traceability solutions. An analysis by Statista revealed that 26% of them had placed material traceability as their ...
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) market is now a fundamental segment of Bluetooth V4.0. Because it consumes little power from integrated devices ...
With the latest advancement in communication and information technologies, several industries like retail, health care, defence, aerospace, pharmaceutical...
With the global cosmetics market expected to be worth $758.4 billion by 2025, the industry is on the road to unprecedented growth and success....
Overburdened by pandemic, large population, and the associated challenges, the Indian pharmaceutical industry almost reached its breaking point...
Amid pharmaceutical supply chain digitisation discussion, buzzwords appear in plenty - Industry 4.0, Internet of Things ....
The threat of COVID-19 is slowly subsiding, and companies are coming back to business with full force. From providing a safe space for their....
Whether your company builds or distributes medical devices, manufacturing equipment, telecommunication products, construction equipment.....
Bluetooth Low Energy, or BLE, is a wireless technology devised for low energy consumption. Typically used for transferring data within a short range, BLE devices are perfect asset-tracking solutions for enterprises...
The retail sector is always on the look for new and innovative ways to drive engagement and nurture relationships with customers - especially in the post-pandemic era....
Over the past few years, the government has taken measures to combat drug counterfeiting, and rightly so. It's a tremendous undertaking considering that medicines are manufactured at different places, distributed to thousands of retail pharmacies
The consumer electronics market in India is flourishing, with telephony as the largest market segment. Prominent brands like Havells, Wipro, and Bosch have set up massive manufacturing units in the country for products that sell globally.
The RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) market is estimated to grow from $14.5 billion in 2022 to $35.6 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 11.9%.
The pharmaceutical industry relies on a robust supply chain wherein there's no room for errors — precisely why it is time for the industry to embrace technological interventions to tackle its biggest challenges.
Over the last few decades, RFID technology has grown exponentially. By 2026, the global RFID market is expected to reach USD 17.4 billion.
The supply chain in the food industry refers to the various processes that explain the chain of ‘from farm to table.’ The processes include production, processing, distribution, consumption, as well as disposal. The food reaches you through a supply chain, with systemic movement, from producers to consumers.
After a brief slump during the pandemic, the consumer electronics market is booming again. It's expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.3% and reach a market value of $989.37 by 2027.
Did you know that the white goods industry in India was valued at 13.66 billion USD in FY21? As per estimation, the industry can cross 21 billion USD by 2025. It has immense growth prospects in tier 2, 3 cities, and rural areas as brands further penetrate these markets.
Without good quality and accurate barcodes, retailers cannot accurately stock or sell products. In fact, the entire supply chain is affected since barcode reading and verification are integral for tracking products and avoiding shipment disruptions. Barcode failures can slow down production lines and result in wasted products, costly reprints, and many other chargebacks.
In 2018, analysts at McKinsey documented the "stagnating" nature of the global FMCG market. The problem? FMCG companies had long been favouring and following traditional value-creation models. For instance, they had been relying on "mass-market product innovation" — a strategy that was bound
The FMCG industry is growing at a rapid pace. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14.9% by 2025. While this spells good news, FMCG companies know that the market is dynamic and getting more competitive with new players entering the industry.
More than 100 million foodborne ailments are contracted in India each year. Regrettably, 120,000+ annual deaths are directly attributed to these illnesses. The COVID-19 pandemic has furthered the already escalating demographic-driven pressure of the increasing population.
The digital economy may continue to conquer new heights, but some of the biggest benefits of digital in industries like manufacturing can be realised only if their back-end physical infrastructure also undergoes innovative upgrades.
Increasing competition in the manufacturing domain and a rise in customer expectations have made warranty tracking and management a critical task for distribution companies. But data entry errors, inefficient warranty claim processes, and poor real-time collaboration make warranty tracking a Herculean task.
The textile industry is one of the world’s oldest yet most flourishing sectors that contribute significantly to the economic, employment, and cultural trends in nearly every country worldwide. It is expected that the textile industry will contribute nearly
According to Panasonic's market research, 98% of law enforcement officers believe that better technology adoption can increase officer safety and improve their reporting quality.The right technology can improve the work culture in law enforcement agencies by
Every day, plenty of trucks enter the factory plant to load and unload goods and deliver products to various places. They have to go through multiple checkpoints such as completing security checks at the gate, weighing the truck at the weighbridge,
As companies across different industries become more global and customer-centric, the need for real-time updates on goods transportation has become critical.Traditionally, companies spend much of their resources and time on tracing goods’ delivery manually.
From manufacturing to transportation and healthcare to retail, rugged tablets are being used for ever-increasing functions. This explains why the global rugged tablet market, which stood at $712 million in 2020, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.8% to $863 million in the next six years.
Industry 4.0 – also known as the Industrial Internet – is the result of Internet-driven interconnectivity, digitisation, and massive advancements in automation, Big Data, and digital technologies like the IoT, AI, and ML. In this new age of the
Whether you are a manufacturer, distributor, retailer, or even a raw materials provider, the pressure to enable traceability – both from a regulatory and customer perspective – is at an all-time high.
For manufacturers, tracing goods across the supply chain, from the origin of raw material, through work-in-process, finished product, and distribution to the end customer has always been a Herculean task. One of the main reasons
With eCommerce fulfilment, faster deliveries, and omnichannel presence, the supply chain management process has now become more complex and multifaceted. Events like shutdowns because of the pandemic also impacted supply chains greatly,
Everyone is well aware of the disruptions the COVID-19 pandemic has instigated since Q1 2020. The resiliency of the legacy procedures and systems has been tested to the core, and the operational gaps have been blown open. In all sincerity, the impact on the supply chain is nothing short of being downright dreadful.
As supply chains become more complex and expand beyond geographic borders, manufacturers need greater visibility into their supply chains. Visibility at the granular level enables them to control the supply chain better. And for this, product serialisation is essential.
Regular tablets are inadequate for extreme or harsh environments and demanding industries. Law enforcement officials working in these conditions need rugged tablets
Industry 4.0 is about automating intelligent information sharing between systems for better production rates, higher worker efficiency, and lower resource consumption. This explains why the industry 4.0 market is expected to grow at a healthy 16.4%
The Indian manufacturing sector is on a roll. Despite economic fluctuations, evolving market dynamics, and the far-reaching impact of the pandemic, the industry continues to
Which of these two situations are likely to result in good customer feedback?
Definitely the second one
And this is how shopping in Decathlon India outlets in 2021 feels like. As one of the major sportswear and activewear brands, this French company sells over 600
As the manufacturing ecosystem gets increasingly complex, achieving traceability across the supply chain has become a Herculean task. Tracing the history, application
Smartphones and tablets have indeed made our lives easier, be it in the personal domain or in our enterprises. But when it comes to specialised functionalities such as in manufacturing
The food and beverage (F&B) industry has been growing rapidly in the last few years. According to the Food
Trucks play a crucial role in transporting finished goods and raw materials to and fro. It’s common to witness at least a hundred to thousand trucks in a plant on a normal day. With so many trucks entering and exiting the plant throughout the day, companies have difficulty managing them.
India is one of the largest food producers in the world. Its total exports amounted to $17.19 billion between March 2020 and February 2021.
Automation is on top of the mind for every manufacturer today. Given the challenges they are facing on a day-to-day
An efficient logistics network is a key pillar of growth for industries like retail, manufacturing, and consumer goods.
After a long association with desktops and laptops, manufacturing facilities are now moving towards mobility with compact form factor and productivity.
2021 brought about several challenges to the Indian manufacturing industry. Residual impacts of the pandemic continue to be felt, with industrial production and capacity utilisation falling back to pre-pandemic levels.
In the early 2010s, the world started to recognise the power and potential of tablet computers. This small hand-held device is multi-functional, portable, interactive, and almost as powerful as a regular computer.
Supply chain dynamics have completely gone for a toss because of the continuing effects of the pandemic. With many covid-related restrictions still in place, it has become extremely difficult for businesses to keep....
The FMCG industry’s responsibility is no longer restricted to just ensuring brimming shelves; companies also need to comply with an evolving set....
Recently, the Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, Department of Agriculture, and Cooperation and Farmers Welfare issued a notification
The pressure on organisations to do more, solve more, and deliver high-standard capabilities is constantly growing. Since staying ahead of the race is the only way to drive
Deloitte Manufacturer's Alliance for Production and Innovation (MAPI) mentioned in their recent survey that 12% of manufacturers who invested in smart factories
Recently, the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare under the Government of India passed a notification for a legislature that made for a case of traceability
Transportation is changing owing to the Industry 4.0 initiatives in the automotive industry. The development of connected cars that can communicate with one another and their surroundings is being