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  • RFID News Roundup

    By Claire Swedberg

    Lyngsoe unveils three RFID products for logistics, shipping-container security ••• Recall document-storage center adopts TSL wearable RFID readers ••• Orbcomm launches next-gen cargo security, condition-monitoring solution ••• CTC Stade puts Plataine's industrial IoT-based production optimization to work ••• Bluvision launches beacon-based RTLS ••• SAE International revises aerospace RFID standard.

  • CCL Agrees to Buy Checkpoint Systems

    By Claire Swedberg

    The specialty label and packaging company intends to offer Checkpoint's RFID and other solutions that have targeted the apparel retail sector.

  • Keynote Speakers to Discuss RFID Deployments Underway at Lululemon Athletica, Oracle and Delta Air Lines

    By RFID Journal

    RFID Journal's 14th annual event, being held in Orlando on May 3-5, will also feature executives from Vail Resorts, Mark & Spencer and Airbus.

  • Singapore Fashion Company Adopts RFID to Be on the Cutting Edge

    By Claire Swedberg

    Decks is RFID-tagging all of its merchandise at the source, and is using the technology to expedite inventory counts and sales transactions, with the goal of boosting sales and attracting and retaining employees.

  • RTLS Stops the Leak of Air Mattress Inventory at Hospital

    By Claire Swedberg

    Kaiser Permanente's Zion Medical Center is tracking the movements of its high-value reusable mattresses to ensure that none end up inadvertently in the trash compactor.

  • C&A Rolls Out RFID to All of Its French Stores

    By Claire Swedberg

    The apparel company is expanding its deployment of EPC UHF RFID technology to 164 sites, with the goal of improving the availability of items on shelves, leading to increased sales.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Embisphere unveils multipurpose UHF RFID reader for retailers ••• GAO RFID launches new family of on-metal RFID tags ••• ON Semiconductor, RFMicron intro RFID sensor platform for IoT applications ••• Nordic ID launches new fixed UHF RFID reader, antennas ••• NXP unveils NFC RFID chips for next-gen applications ••• Ams, STMicroelectronics co-develop solution for secure NFC transactions.

  • RFID Helps Aerospace Factories Manage Small Parts

    By Claire Swedberg

    Supplier City Solutions' system is designed to help workers easily identify which bins require replenishing, thereby ensuring that no parts run out when needed on the production floor.

  • Japanese Retailer Aeon Checks Out Checkpoint's RFID-enabled Robot

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is switching to an RFID-based electronic article surveillance system, and is testing the robot's ability to track inventory to monitor the locations of goods at its flagship store.

  • NFC RFID Honors the Deceased

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Families and friends can tap a smartphone against NFC tags embedded in memorials or attached to gravestones, in order to access written tributes to departed loved ones, as well as videos and audio.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Trimble introduces high-performance USB UHF RFID reader ••• Nedap, Axis launch integrated EAS-video solution ••• Checkpoint announces tunnel readers for boxed and hanging goods ••• Missouri School District tests Nedap's RFID-enabled technology to improve security ••• Global consumer goods company orders thousands of Thinfilm NFC tags.

  • RFID Journal LIVE! 2016 to Feature Three Co-located Events

    By RFID Journal

    The 14th annual conference and exhibition will host the Internet of Things Conference 2016, IEEE RFID 2016 and the Last Mile Consortia Forum.

  • MonsoonRF Shines a Light on RFID

    By Claire Swedberg

    The California startup seeks to make EPC UHF RFID reader installations cheap, easy and invisible, by offering light fixtures and LED bulbs with built-in RFID readers.

  • Displaydata's New Electronic Shelf Label Interacts With Shoppers

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company's Aura 29 BLE shelf label employs Bluetooth beacon technology that stores could use to deliver information to its shoppers and its workers, as well as track store traffic.

  • German Clothing Retailer Adler Gives RFID Robots a Spin

    By Claire Swedberg

    The company is among several retailers that are using MetraLabs' new Tory robotic system to automatically count inventory and record merchandise locations within its stores.

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