2022 Award Winners
Best Retail RFID/IoT Implementation
Best Healthcare RFID/IoT Implementation
- University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust
Best Manufacturing RFID/IoT Implementation
Best Logistics/Supply Chain RFID/IoT Implementation
- BAE Systems
Best RFID/IoT Implementation (Other Industry)
Best Use of RFID/IoT to Enhance a Product or Service
- Blockstore Group
Best New Product
- Avery Dennison Smartrac AD Dot UHF inlay
RFID Special Achievement
- Dr. James Shuler, manager of the DOE Packaging Certification Program at the U.S. Department of Energy
- Yung Y. Liu, senior nuclear engineer and manager of the Packaging Certification & Life Cycle Management Program at Argonne National Laboratory
DEADLINE TO ENTER 2023 AWARDS-FEBRUARY 17, 2023! The 17th Annual RFID Journal Awards
The RFID Journal Awards recognize companies that have distinguished themselves by their successful use of radio frequency identification (RFID) or Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, or the introduction of a valuable new RFID/IoT product or service.
Each year, RFID Journal selects an independent panel of judges to evaluate entries and choose the winners. The goal of these awards is to recognize the leaders in RFID and to foster adoption of these technologies by highlighting the best deployments and product offerings. Awards will be given out in eight categories. There is no fee for entering.
Network with and Learn from the Finalists
The purpose of the RFID Journal Awards is to enable companies like yours to learn from the best RFID and IoT implementations, see the best new RFID/IoT products and hear about groundbreaking research coming out of university labs. We invite all of the finalists to speak at RFID Journal LIVE!, our annual conference and exhibition.During these sessions, you will hear details of how the finalists selected the appropriate solution, the deployment issues they overcame, and the benefits they achieved. During the event, you’ll have the opportunity to network with these industry leaders and ask the questions that are on your mind.Don’t miss the opportunity to learn best practices from the best RFID implementations.