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  • RFID in Retail and Apparel 2016 Report

    By RFID Journal

    Earlier this month, RFID Journal hosted a conference and exhibition for the apparel and retail sectors. View the presentations from the event.

  • What Retailers Should Test for in a Proof-of-Concept

    By Bob Violino

    It's not just about the technology. Companies must also consider the business case, change management, the data and other issues.

  • Solutions for Retail and Transportation

    By Bob Violino

    Avery Dennison's tags can track totes in the supply chain and perishable items in stores; Keonn's interactive AdvanLook solution engages customers; NXP's Ucode DNA chip provides cryptographic authentication of vehicles.

  • On the Menu: RFID

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Casual, fast-casual and quick-serve restaurants adopt wireless technologies to enhance the customer experience, ensure food safety and improve operations.

  • RFID and Productivity Growth: Behind the Economic Statistics

    By Barb Freda

    Companies using radio frequency identification to automatically track and manage assets are lowering costs, increasing revenue, and improving customer satisfaction and employee morale.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2016 Report, Part 2

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal held its 14th annual conference and exhibition last month. View the presentations from the main conference and solution-provider sessions, as well as the RFID Journal Awards and the co-located Internet of Things Conference.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2016 Report, Part 1

    By RFID Journal

    Earlier this month, RFID Journal held its 14th annual conference and exhibition. View the presentations from the event's keynotes, general sessions, preconference seminars and post-conference workshops.

  • Solutions for Automotive, Health Care and Retail

    By Bob Violino

    The Sensor Tadpole tag helps automobile manufacturers ensure that their vehicles are watertight; VueTrack-UDI enables medical device manufacturers to comply with the FDA's identification mandate and achieve internal benefits; Clarity 3.X software lets retailers manage enterprisewide inventory processes more effectively.

  • Ground Control

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Gas, electric and water companies slowly adopt RFID to reduce costs and improve services.

  • Listen Up, Laggards!

    By Samuel Greengard

    It's time to get up to speed on RFID, before your competitors leave you in the dust.

  • Solutions for Aerospace, Cold Chain and Retail

    By Bob Violino

    V-Tag for tracking assets and managing work-in-process; mobile LifeTrack app for keeping customers informed; UNO labels for EAS and inventory management.

  • Automating Craftsmanship

    By Jennifer Zaino

    RFID helps furniture makers improve production processes, expedite orders and enhance customer service.

  • Sustainability and Profit Go Hand in Hand

    By Minda Zetlin

    RFID helps companies preserve the environment and boost the bottom line.

  • Passive UHF RFID Sensor Tags Go Where No Sensors Have Gone Before

    By Bob Violino

    Now it's easy and economical for companies to monitor the condition of their assets, products, buildings and machinery in any environment.

  • Riding the Tails of Apparel Retailers

    By Jennifer Zaino

    Department and specialty retailers now see the value in RFID-tagging and tracking a wide range of items, including cosmetics, electronics, furniture, homeware, office products and sporting goods.

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