Did you know that in 2007, 3.5 billion acres was used to grow crops that no one ate?! To put that number in perspective, its bigger than Canada!
Here’s how it works:
2D barcodes can track individual products and RFID tags can track shipment pallets.
It is important to gather as much information you can at each supply chain stage: ie. following the process of product from the farm to processing, to warehouses to distribution. This provides greater transparency in all stages of ‘farm to fork.’
Here’s what you need:
Zebra provides a wide variety of products you will need at each different supply chain stage including cold storage, warehouses, and mobile. The products include mobile computers, printers, RFID readers and printers and barcode scanners.
Questions on how to get started?
For more details, read an article titled ‘Could the IoT in manufacturing tackle the global problem of food waste?‘