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RFID News Roundup

George Mason University chooses HID Global ID card solution ••• William Frick & Co. unveils UHF RFID tags with two dual-record memory ••• PLI, Smartrac, NXP join forces to provide secure RFID cards to hospitality market ••• TSA, Delta Air Lines test RFID to speed up screening process ••• Impinj releases IoT Connector software for SAP's Hybris Commerce ••• MTI Wireless Edge announces two new RFID antennas.

Labeling Case Studies

RFID Connects Rémy Martin With Its Consumers

The French cognac producer uses NFC technology to authenticate bottles and improve customer loyalty.

Labeling Features

The Future Is Now for Smart Cities

Municipalities across Europe are tapping into RFID and related technologies to deliver new and enhanced services.

Labeling Editor's Notes

LIVE! 2016 and the State of RFID Adoption

Last week's event says a lot about which regions, industries and companies are employing RFID technology.

Labeling Expert Views

How to Be a Successful Label Leader

The best way to ensure that your company's RFID implementation will be a success is to involve key business and IT members.

Labeling Best Practices

The Smart Way to Print Smart Labels

Kimberly-Clark's John Onderko explains the issues you need to consider before purchasing an RFID label printer-encoder or label applicator.

    Labeling How To Articles

    How to Choose RFID Middleware

    There are many middleware products and providers. Here's how you can evaluate your options so the product you pick will match your current and future needs.

      Labeling Videos

      Labeling White Papers

      • Traceability in Retail: Reducing RFID Media Costs for Best Value
        Published March 2016
        Traditional RFID label media are printed on inlays spaced at regular intervals defined years ago to help ensure accurate data encoding. On-pitch printing and encoding technology is now available that supports very close inlay spacing, which can reduce the cost of media by as much as 10 percent. This white paper, from Zebra Technologies, outlines the benefits that item-level tagging brings to the retail industry, and reveals how on-pitch printing and encoding solutions can boost the value of RFID beyond the supply chain. (7 pages)
      • Adopting Next-Generation Labeling Technology Enhances Enterprise Agility and Reduces Costs
        Published May 2015
        Labeling is frequently a background process that doesn't receive attention unless it causes a problem. As a result, bar-code and RFID labeling practices and software have become dated at many enterprises failing to keep pace with changing business needs. Companies continually look deeper into their operations and farther across their supply chains for opportunities to become more efficient. Often, they need to look no farther than their labeling processes for opportunities to improve responsiveness and reduce costs. This white paper, from NiceLabel, identifies the hidden costs, inefficiencies and risks resulting from legacy operations, and explains why a modern label-management platform is well-suited to current enterprise needs. (10 pages)
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